MCCC received a $1-million contribution to the college for the new Career Technology Center.
The DTE Energy Foundation made the donation to support the capital campaign for the college’s portion of the $17-million in construction costs for the new CTC building.
DTE Senior Vice President of Major Enterprise Projects, Ron May made the announcement at a luncheon hosted by MCCC on Friday, March 8, 2013.
DTE Energy has already made a $45,000 grant along with an in-kind donation of solar equipment in 2010. In addition, DTE also constructed a 500-killowat SolarCurrents system at MCCC in 2011 in support of curriculum development toward an alernative/renewable energy program.
Scheduled to open next fall, the 60,000-square foot Career Technology Center will serve as a state-of-the-art learning facility for students in the industrial technology fields.