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  • Certified FMLA Specialist Training (May, August, November 2018)

    Dates:

    May 11, 2018; August 15, 2018; November 5, 2018.

    Location:

    • May 11, 2018: East Lansing Marriott at University Place, 300 M.A.C. Avenue, East Lansing, MI 48823
    • August 15, 2018: Emabassy Suites Detroit- Livonia/Novi, 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia, MI 48152
    • November 5, 2018: East Lansing Marriott at University Place, 300 M.A.C. Avenue, East Lansing, MI 48823

    Description:

    Gain the confidence to manage the Family and Medical Leave Act effectively, and earn your FMLA Specialist Certification from Michigan State University, one of the most recognized programs in Human Resources advanced education. You will gain a solid understanding of the FMLA so that you can manage FMLA absences, promote attendance, and ensure compliance. Certification is achieved by participating in the class and passing the online examination.

  • Community Integrated Medicine Public Health Services

    Location:

    The greater Lansing area and southeast Michigan

    Description:

    CIM is a service organization that provides basic health screenings and preventive health education to the medically underserved. Members partake in tutoring and mentoring programs for high school students. CIM services all ages, ethnic groups, and genders throughout the Lansing and southeast Michigan communities.

  • Community Music School (CMS) Detroit

    Location:

    3408 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI  48201-2726

    Description:

    Michigan State University's College of Music expanded its music education and music therapy offerings to children and youth in Detroit as part of a wider university effort to share faculty expertise and resources with the city's residents. CMS-Detroit programs are offered in response to the community's desire for enhanced music education and performance opportunities.

    The programs are built on the knowledge that exposure to music dramatically enhances learning, life skills, cognitive development, social awareness, and problem solving—all skills that are transferable and necessary in these changing economic times. 
     

  • Fruit and Vegetable Crop Management Certificate Program (Wayne County, MI)

    Location:

    Wayne County Community College District Downriver, 21000 Northline Road, Taylor, MI

    Description:

    The Fruit and Vegetable Crop Management program provides students an opportunity to apply practical knowledge and training on the selection, use, and management of fruit and vegetable crops. The program combines classroom instruction and theory with practical experience gained through field laboratories and a professional internship. Graduates of the program are prepared for careers in the fruit and vegetable industry. Michigan State University (MSU) and Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) have partnered to offer regionally relevant agricultural training programs for careers in some of Michigan's highest demand industries. Students will benefit from dual enrollment at both institutions with all courses delivered at the WCCCD campus in Taylor, Mich. All courses will be taught by approved MSU faculty including local industry professionals.

  • Great Lakes Education Program River Boat Field Trip Cruises (Spring 2017)

    Dates:

    • Macomb County: April 17 - June 16, 2017
    • Wayne County: May 1 - June 16, 2017

    Location:

    • Macomb: One way: Clinton River Cruise Company and Lake St. Clair Metropark Marina
    • Wayne: Round trip: Lake Erie Metropark Marina

     

    Description:

    The Great Lakes Education Program (GLEP) introduces fourth-grade students to the unique features of the Great Lakes through a combination of classroom learning and hands-on experience. The program is designed to stimulate interest in the Great Lakes and help students understand their role in protecting these vital freshwater resources.

  • Grower Produce Safety Certification Course (Fall 2017, Winter 2018)

    Dates:

    Please see the current schedule using the weblinks below.

    Location:

    • Detroit - Oct. 23, 2017 - The Westin Book Cadillac, 1114 Washington Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226
    • Frankenmuth - Nov. 6, 2017 - Bavarian Inn, 1 Covered Bridge Ln, Frankenmuth, MI 48734
    • Grand Rapids - Dec. 7, 2017 - Amway Grand Plaza, 187 Monroe Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    • Hart – Jan. 4, 2018 – Oceana County MSU Extension, 844 S. Griswold Street, Hart, MI 49420
    • Saginaw – Jan. 12, 2018 – Saginaw Community Foundation, 1 Tuscola Street, Saginaw MI 48607
    • Traverse City – Jan. 18, 2018 – Northwestern Michigan College, 1701 E. Front Street, Traverse City, MI 49686
    • Adrian – Jan. 22, 2018 – MSU Extension Lenawee County, 1040 S. Winter Street, Adrian MI 49221
    • Hart – Jan. 31, 2018 - Oceana County MSU Extension, 844 S. Griswold Street, Hart, MI 49420
    • Benton Harbor – Feb. 6, 2018 – Tatter Center, 1737 Hillandale Road, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
    • Hudsonville – Feb. 15, 2018 – Terra Square, Market Space, 3380 Chicago Drive, Hudsonville, MI 49426
    • Lapeer – Feb. 22, 2018 – Lapeer County Center, 425 County Center Drive, Lapeer, MI 48446
    • Benton Harbor – Mar. 1, 2018 – Tatter Center, 1737 Hillandale Road, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
    • Grand Rapids – Mar. 15, 2018 – Kent County MSU Extension, 775 Ball Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    • Sault Ste. Marie – Mar. 21, 2018 – Bayliss Public Library, 541 Library Drive, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783 (For Sault Ste. Marie ONLY registration and training will begin at 10 am.)

    Description:

    Michigan State University Extension will host the Food and Drug Administration-defined Produce Safety Alliance Grower Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) certification course at various locations. Those interested in learning about Good Agricultural Practices (GAP‘s), produce safety, co-management, and the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule are invited to participate.  (Chose one site.)

  • Health Plan Case Management Seminars (March, April 2018)

    Dates:

    March 15, 2018 OR April 10, 2018

    Location:

    • March 15, 2018: James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, 3535 Forest Road, Lansing, MI 48910
    • April 10, 2018: The Inn at St Johns, 44045 Five Mile Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170

    Description:

    This one-day seminar will provide a review of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) graduates and their transition to the medical home and community resources with focus on optimal practices, evidence-based guidelines, updates in treatment, primary care physician perspective and family perspectives. 

    Desired Outcome: Case management professionals will: 1. Identify healthcare and behavioral issues in NICU graduates; 2. Explain evidence-based treatment options to enhance patient/family outcomes; 3. Engage community and family resources with the goal of ideal transitions of NICU grads to home/community

    Continuing Education: Contact hours for nursing and social work will be available for eligible participants who attend the entire conference.

  • Involved in the Business of Death: What Social Workers Should Know About End-of-life Planning, Practices, Policies, and Ethics (April 2018)

    Dates:

    Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

    Location:

    VisTaTech Center at Schoolcraft College, 18600 Haggerty Rd, Livonia, MI 48152

    Description:

    Facilitating discussions around death and dying can often cause anxiety and discomfort, even for social workers who are trained to navigate complex conversations. The business of death can include planning documents, funerals, rituals, and autopies and carries with it social justice and ethical implications. In addition, you may be faced with ethical challenges when working with families around end-of-life/death care. In this workshop, you will explore issues that make end-of-life planning difficult in an effort to increase your comfort level in conversations with clients and family, become better advocates, and understand how the grief trajectory may be influenced by events that do or do not happen at the time of death.

    Available CECHs: 6.0

  • Landscape Management Certificate Program (Taylor, MI)

    Location:

    Wayne County Community College District, Taylor, MI

    Description:

    Michigan State University (MSU) and Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) have partnered to offer regionally relevant agricultural training programs for careers in some of Michigan's highest demand industries. Students will benefit from dual enrollment at both institutions with all courses delivered at the WCCCD campus in Taylor, Mich. All courses will be taught by approved MSU faculty including local industry professionals.

    The 48-credit Landscape Management program provides training for students to select, use, and manage landscape plants and lawns. Students obtain a working knowledge of plant growth, development, and identification which prepares them for careers in the green industry. 

  • Making Your Voice Heard: Strategies for Social Justice (May 2018)

    Dates:

    Thursday, May 24, 2018.  9:00 am - 12:15 pm

    Location:

    VisTaTech Center, Schoolcraft College, 18600 Haggerty Highway, Livonia, MI 48152

    Description:

    This workshop is designed to demonstrate how to impact social justice/advocacy efforts on the larger scale. If you don’t like the system, change it! Learn how to leverage your personal and organizational influence to impact social policy. In this interactive, non-partisan workshop you will practice advocacy right here, right now, and become re-connected to your voice.  Please bring your devices (cell phones, laptops, etc.), because we will be teaching you where to find the most current information about your legislators.

    Available CECHs: 3.0

  • Master Gardener Volunteer Training Program

    Location:

    Applicants attend classes in their county.

    Description:

    The Michigan Master Gardener Program is a horticulture education and volunteer leader training program offered by MSU Extension. It provides home gardening information to Michigan citizens through a network of trained volunteers. An interest in plants, a personal commitment to volunteerism, and an enthusiasm for sharing knowledge with others are the only prerequisites. Applicants attend classes in their county, learning basic horticultural principles and environmentally sound gardening practices. They then provide volunteer leadership and service to their community through a variety of gardening-related activities. The program objectives are to provide instruction in basic horticultural science to motivated active gardeners and to provide MSU Extension with trained volunteers who will provide timely, accurate information to the public in the rapidly expanding area of home horticulture.

  • Master of Arts in K-12 Educational Administration Hybrid Program (East Lansing, Detroit, Birmingham)

    Dates:

    A full listing of current courses including dates, times, and room locations is at http://schedule.msu.edu/. Choose a semester and EAD Educational Administration.

    Location:

    • East Lansing, MI (on the campus of MSU)
    • Birmingham, MI (Seaholm High School)
    • Detroit, MI (MSU Detroit Center)

    Description:

    The Masters program in K-12 Educational Administration prepares aspiring educators for leadership positions in public, charter and private school settings. The program is committed to developing school-level leadership for powerful and equitable teaching and learning and to ensuring students meet the state standards for leadership preparation. Most students complete the program in 2-3 years while working. Successful graduates qualify to apply to the Michigan Department of Education for Administrator Certification with Elementary and Secondary Endorsements.

    At all three sites, the program accommodates full and part-time students and uses evening and online formats for its courses. The core courses for the degree are offered in a hybrid course format while most elective courses are totally online. Hybrid courses have students meeting face to face four to six times over a semester with the remaining course interactions taking place online. MSU offers faculty and students access to Zoom, an online communication tool that supports synchronous (meeting during scheduled times) online meetings for core instruction and for collaborative group work. Most classes also have components that are completed asynchronously (according to individual student preference).

  • Master of Business Administration, Weekend Program (East Lansing, Troy, Detroit)

    Location:

    Cohorts are available at three locations:

    • James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, 3535 Forest Rd, Lansing, MI, 48910
    • Management Education Center, 811 West Square Lk Rd, Troy, MI, 48098
    • The Hutzel Professional Building, 4707 St. Antoine, Detroit, MI 48201

    Description:

    The Weekend MBA’s rigorous curriculum is designed to sharpen your business expertise and give you a competitive edge in your career. Throughout these dynamic executive MBA courses, you’ll obtain the essential business knowledge, real-world skills and insights you need to excel in the workplace and contribute to your company’s bottom line. 

    The 45-credit-hour Master of Business Administration (MBA) includes nearly 30 executive MBA courses. Most Weekend MBA courses are 1.5 credit hours and consist of four compressed four-hour sessions that leverage technology to get the most out of in-class time. The program begins with a 7-day intensive academic residency in East Lansing in late summer.

     

  • Michigan State University Detroit Center Facilities

    Location:

    3408 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201-2726

    Description:

    The MSU Detroit Center facilities are available for use by MSU groups/organizations/units or external groups. To make a request to reserve space, please complete the online reservation form.

    Located in the heart of midtown Detroit, the MSU Detroit Center is a hub for an array of community programs, activities, and special events that facilitate outreach and engagement in southeastern Michigan. The facility is housed in the 22,000-square-foot 1912 Albert Kahn building which is available for use by MSU related groups/units and outside organizations.

    MSU offers practical support to community development by creating collaborative partnerships among a broad range of disciplines and with external constituents. Michigan State University is committed to 'campus-community engagement' and several University-based programs operate out of the MSU Detroit Center.
     

     

  • MSU Detroit Center

    Location:

    3408 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI  

    Description:

    Michigan State University is integrally connected to Metropolitan Detroit through its strong connections and large numbers of alumni residing in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. MSU has long had a presence in Metropolitan Detroit through its many MSU Extension programs, arts and economic development initiatives, and partnerships in teaching and education, including long-term support of the Detroit Pre-College Engineering Program (DAPCEP).

    More recently, MSU’s presence in Detroit has been enhanced through its addition of the College of Osteopathic Medicine’s campuses in Detroit, Wayne County and Macomb County; the Partnerships Office and the Skillman Good Schools Resource Center at YouthVille; and the MSU Detroit Center.
     

  • MSU Income Tax School: Final Changes Seminar (Tax School Update) (January 2018)

    Dates:

    • January 11, 2018: Lansing Community College West Campus, 5708 Cornerstone Dr, Lansing, MI
    • January 12, 2018: VisTaTech Center at Schoolcraft College,18600 Haggerty Hwy, Livonia, MI

    Location:

    Lansing and Livonia, MI

    Description:

    Taught at the intermediate level as a live seminar with a group. This program will cover both state and federal information emphasizing federal changes and clarifications since the fall seminars.

    Prior knowledge and experience in completing tax forms is expected/required. It is not considered a substitute for the fall two-day programs but a supplement to it.

    Continuing education hours are offered.

  • MSU Science Festival (April 2018)

    Dates:

    April 6 - 22, 2018

    Location:

    Events are held at MSU in East Lansing, as well as in Detroit and around the state.

    Description:

    The MSU Science Festival is an exploration of the science that touches our everyday lives. There are hands-on activities for the whole family, plus demonstrations, discussions, lectures, and tours on topics from astronomy to music to zoology.  MSU researchers and their students share the wonder of science in over 100 diverse offerings for young and old to engage, explore, and inspire.  Events are held at MSU in East Lansing, as well as in Detroit and around the state.

  • Safe Use of Animal-Based Soil Amendments: FSMA Requirements and Best Practices Workshop (April, May 2018)

    Dates:

    Workshop locations and dates are as follows:

    • April 11-12, Detroit
    • April 16-17, Mt. Pleasant
    • April 19-20, Grand Junction
    • May 14-15, Traverse City
    • May 17-18, Chatham

    Description:

    This two-day workshop to teach produce growers safe practices for using biological soil amendments of animal origin in compliance with the FSMA Produce Safety Rule.

  • Social Work Licensure Exam Preparation Course (May, June 2018)

    Location:

    • May 18 - 19, 2018: Grand Rapids, MI
    • June 8 - 9, 2018: Livonia, MI
    • June 15 - 16, 2018: Okemos, MI

    Description:

    The 10-hour MSU School of Social Work course includes the following: Information-packed sessions focused on passing the licensing exam. Comprehensive reviews of social work practice, policy, and theory. • Comprehensive review books with practice questions and practice examinations. Comprehensive lecture outlines to reinforce learning. Practice examinations to sharpen test-taking skills by increasing speed and accuracy.

  • Supervisory Toolkit for Managing Secondary Trauma and Workplace Stress (Child Welfare Leadership Course) (April, May 2018)

    Location:

    • April 19, 2018: Greater Lansing Association of Realtors® 4039 Legacy Parkway, Lansing, MI 48911
    • May 11, 2018: WMU Beltline Conference Center 2333 E. Beltline Avenue SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
    • May 31, 2018: VisTaTech Center, Schoolcraft College 18600 Haggerty Road, Livonia, MI 48152

    Description:

    Child welfare supervisors can have significant impact on reducing and mitigating the level of stress their workers experience. A number of strategies and tools have proven effective. This training will explore the application of a range of supervisory interventions and tools that promote resilience and retention in child welfare staff. Strategies for engaging workers, assessing and understanding specific worker stressors, intervening at the organizational, team, and individual worker levels will be disseminated. Supervisor self-assessment and reflection, key ingredients for assuring that these interventions are effective, will be a focus of discussion.

    Available CECHs: 3.0

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