GRCC welding program gets $100K from Metallica
12/12/18 WOOD TV
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The Grand Rapids Community College’s welding program is getting a $100,000 gift from the heavy metal band Metallica.
GRCC gets $100k grant from Metallica
12/12/18 FOX 17
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Grand Rapids Community College received a grant today from one of the legends of heavy metal music.
Metallica awards GRCC with a $100K job-training grant
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Metallica is helping GRCC students out!
GRCC receives $100,000 grant from legendary heavy metal band Metallica
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) — Grand Rapids Community College was awarded a $100,000 grant by Metallica.
Metallica awards $100K grant to Michigan college
12/12/18 The Detroit Free Press
GRAND RAPIDS — Metallica is helping GRCC students out.
METALLICA To Donate $1 Million To 10 Community Colleges Across America
12/12/18 Metal Injection
Metallica has been doing a whole lot of good with their new charity All Within My Hands Foundation and they’re clearly not slowing down anytime soon. The band has announced they’ll donate $100,000 to 10 community colleges across the United States, with each college awarding the money to over 1,000 enrolled students so they can more effectively enter the workforce.
… Here are the 10 community colleges that will receive the funding.
… Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Heavy metal band Metallica awards GRCC $100K grant to support workforce training
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) is among 10 colleges nationwide awarded a $100,000 grant from the heavy metal band Metallica to support students training to enter the workforce.
Rock Group Metallica Awards $100K Grant To Teach ‘Heavy Metal’ Michigan Welders
GRAND RAPIDS (WWJ) – The heavy metal rock band Metallica has awarded $100,000 to help train ‘heavy metal’ Michigan welders.
Metallica awards GRCC with $100k job-training grant
Metallica is helping out students here in Grand Rapids!
Robroy Shifts Leadership of Robroy Enclosures
12/12/18 The Electrical Distributor Magazine
BELDING, Mich. — Effective January 1, 2019, Craig Mitchell will be promoted to President of Robroy Enclosures.
Mitchell joined Robroy Enclosures in 2009 as General Manager and became Vice President of Operations & Administration in 2018. Prior to joining the organization, he served for 15 years as a plant manager for Key Plastics. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Cornerstone University and an Associate’s Degree in Automated Manufacturing from Grand Rapids Community College.
Recount in Grand Rapids Community College race to begin Thursday
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — The recount in the Grand Rapids Community College Board of Trustees race, prompted by a data entry error, will begin Thursday, Dec. 13, according to Kent County Clerk Lisa Posthumous Lyons.
Nonprofit works to stem trafficking of homeless youth with stable residency program
Even on overcast days, sunlight bathes the interior of the newly built Covenant House Michigan, Grand Rapids. That’s because 60 percent of the three-story, 17,000 square-foot building is made of glass.
… That’s a key reason why Covenant House spent more than two years establishing community partnerships with other youth drop in centers, including, but not limited to: Grand Rapids HQ, Mel Trotter Ministries Youth Emergency Shelter, Inner City Christian Federation, area school districts, Grand Valley State University, and Grand Rapids Community College.
UIX: Finding work in West Michigan with new tools and guidance
After months of searching, Joe Bonyea is excited to have a job. But he also had fun looking for it, too.
… The cost of the training employers, as well as the worker’s wages, are covered through the help of state grants, which means trainers are most often attracted from Grand Rapids Community College.