The progressive work by St. Clair County Community College in connecting students to jobs was the topic of a recent article in The Times Herald of Port Huron by the college’s Vice President of Academic Services, Denise McNeil. In an opinion piece, she provides examples of how SC4, as its known, is staying up-to-date with the workforce needs of its region.
McNeil also mentions an EMSI Impact Study conducted for SC4.
The financial results our students produce locally is impressive. According to an economic impact study done by Economic Modeling Specialists Inc. for the college, the average annual added income from the activities of SC4 and our alumni equals $163.5 million for St. Clair County’s economy. This is about 4% of the total county economy.SC4 is proud to offer the education our students need to make a difference in their lives and our local economy.
And as our economy continues to balance itself, SC4’s programs will remain a reliable place for students to plan for their future.
If you’d like to learn more about EMSI’s work with higher education instutitions, visit our college page or email Rob Sentz.