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April 28, 2017

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM LEAD - Leadership Workshop
Join us for our monthly leadership workshop inspired by the Phi Theta Kappa Leadership Development Studies curriculum. Lunch will be provided while supplies last.

Any questions contact:
Liz Demerest                            Liz Powell
Center Campus                        South Campus
586-286-2242                           586-445-7446
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Friday, April 28, 2017

End Time 8:00 PM Basic Tactical Officer (Multi-Day Event)
LE Officers
End Time 4:00 PM Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Dispatcher Training
Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Police Officers
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM CAAT Conference 2017
2017 CAAT Conference!
Driverless Cars, But What’s Driving the Workforce?

Conference will offer breakout sessions and opportunities to network and meet with colleagues.  Breakfast and lunch are included at no cost to conference attendees!
  • Technology updates on lightweighting and connected and automated vehicles (Macomb Community College)

  • A panel discussion on workforce needs with representatives from industry and academia, moderated by the Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN)

  • Curriculum development updates by Macomb Community College

Dr. Jay Stepper.  Vice President, Head of Driver Assistance and Automated Driving, North America Chassis Systems Control, Robert Bosch LLC.

He is responsible for the product and business development of automotive driver assistance products and systems in North America.

Since joining Bosch in 1996, Dr. Stepper has held a series of engineering, research and business positions with Robert Bosch in the U.S. and in Germany. He has more than twenty years of experience in the automotive industry.

Dr. Stepper received both his master’s degree and his doctorate in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Berlin, Germany.

To register, please visit CAAT Website at

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Creating a Quality Culture in the Workplace

This sixteen (16) hour course provides the skill to stop the cycle of “un-quality” in your organization and create a culture of behavioral change to quality in all associates; this program explains to the team why there is a need to change and how they can approach work in a different manner. Develop a common lexicon for communication within your organization, develop a zero-defect mentality, acquire a systems thinking integration to your organization (all work is a process), and understand the validation of this achievement.  Cost: $590.

To register call 586-498-4100 or email
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Shop Math

This twenty-four (24) hour course teaches students the fundamental math functions used in machining. The course will cover basic fractions and decimals as well as basic triangle and circle geometry relevant to the shop.  Cost: $885.

To register:  Call 586-498-4100 or email

8:00 AM The College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Faculty Liaison: Heather Mayernik
Center Campus C 163: during posted library hours
This student-created exhibit will highlight poster boards completed by students in the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) course offered at Macomb Community College. At the Friday Knowledge Fair, student exhibitors will present and answer questions and converse with attendees regarding their individual pieces of work. The goal of CSSK 1200 is to teach students what it takes to be successful in college and provide them with opportunities to explore campus resources and connect with peers, campus employees and members of the community. A variety of poster board topics are covered in this, the largest exhibit the library displays.
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Knowledge Fair: The Celebration of the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) Exhibit
Faculty Liaison: Heather Mayernik

The Knowledge Fair showcases the strengths and experiences each student in CSSK 1200 has gained throughout the semester. Each student submits a poster board to be displayed as part of the College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit, and many of the students attend the Fair to answer questions related to their chosen topics. This exhibit serves as a wonderful opportunity to meet other students and acknowledge the creativity, research skills and presentation abilities that CSSK 1200 develops. All students, faculty, staff and community members are encouraged to attend.
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Student Success Seminars - Decision-Making Skills
Student Success Seminars offer college students an opportunity to learn strategies that will enhance their ability to succeed in college. In this seminar students learn effective ways to make any decision, discover building blocks for better decision making and more.
11:00 AM The Search for Le Griffon
The first vessel to visit the upper Great Lakes vanished on its return trip to Montreal, and people have searched for Le Griffon for the subsequent three centuries. Ric Mixter, shipwreck historian, chronicles explorer Robert de LaSalle, captain of Le Griffon, and shares unique insight into the loss and the expeditions to find the French fur trading ship.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Student Success Seminars - Decision-Making Skills
Student Success Seminars offer college students an opportunity to learn strategies that will enhance their ability to succeed in college. In this seminar students learn effective ways to make any decision, discover building blocks for better decision making and more.
1:00 PM The Edmund Fitzgerald Investigations
Ric Mixter returns to discuss the largest shipwreck in the Great Lakes, that of the Edmund Fitzgerald.  The Fitz became famous for its song, but Mixter shows that it is much more than that.  He dove the wreck in 1994 and has uncovered rare footage of the ship's construction, and talked with others who have explored its deep secrets.  From the Coast Guard investigation to the final bell raising, Mixter recounts what has been learned from the shipwreck over the years.
8:00 PM All Things Romantic
performed by Macomb Symphony Orchestra

A warm and sensuous evening could lead to romance.  Even if it is rainy, passion will be in the air for the season finale. Three great masterpieces from the 19th century by three composers who knew and supported each other serve as a statement of will.  Robert Schumann, represented by his Manfred Overture, created this powerful work inspired by the poetry of Lord Byron, father of English Romantics. Later in the century, Johannes Brahms, who had been encouraged and championed by Schumann, composed his Third Symphony, a work of strength and majesty. 
Rounding out the program you will enjoy the Romance for Violin and Orchestra by Antonin Dvorak.  The Czech master was aided by Brahms, who afforded him the visibility and subsequent success he sought.  Marguerite DeSlippe, MSO concertmaster will serve as virtuoso soloist for this seldom heard gem. Join us for great music in springtime, a time for romance and rebirth.
 Fri. Apr. 28, 8pm
Tickets: $24 ($18  Senior\Student)
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Warren, MI 48088-3896