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Greater Michigan Construction Academy receives ACCET Accreditation

Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) has been granted accreditation by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET).

Greater Michigan Construction Academy collaborates with Midland County Schools to begin high school skilled trades program

A new joint venture between Midland County Schools and The Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) begins this school year, with the goal of providing interested district students an early start on apprenticeships into skilled trades. A total of 12 juniors from the district's high schools will make up the inaugural class of the GMCA Construction Pre-Apprenticeship Program, according to Jimmy Greene, the CEO for The Greater Michigan Construction Academy. 

Greater Michigan Construction Academy and Architectural Metals partner for Apprenticeship Training

Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) is proud to announce a new training partnership with Architectural Metals, Inc., Portland, MI.

Architectural Metals, (AMI) furnishes and installs a wide variety of architectural sheet metal building products to meet the design specifications for any construction project.

Fall Jump Start Program kicks off Strong!

Midland, Michigan, October 2013 – Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) along with Community Construct, The ROCK
Youth Center and area businesses brings back a second session of the highly successful JumpStart program launched in January 2013. The program is designed to introduce high school students to careers in construction.

Associated Builders and Contractors receives $50,000 Midland Area Community Foundation grant!

Associated Builders and Contractors – Greater Michigan Chapter (ABC/GMC) is pleased to announce receiving a $50,000 grant through the Midland Area Community Foundation. The ABC Cares… Filling the Gap initiative will address several community needs including the Shortfall in poverty related learning and educational achievement and insufficient career technical educational opportunities for secondary students, non-traditional students and the working poor.