The MCC-educated workforce adds approximately $602.4 million in income to Monroe County each year.

Decrease Production System Downtime, and Increase Revenue.

Attend the MCC mechatronics information session, and learn about opportunities for study in this field.

You will learn about the educational options available to your employees to gain the knowledge required to assemble, troubleshoot, repair, and upgrade machinery and the associated control systems. Participants that successfully complete a program of study such as this would be qualified to perform basic production system troubleshooting and repair.

August 4, 2016, 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

Eastman Business Park
Kodak Center for Performing Arts, Building 28
200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY 14615

MCC worked in partnership with industry experts to develop educational options that meet your specific needs. Join us and learn more about how this might benefit your employees and your businesses.

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Democrat & Chronicle promotes MCC Corporate College Introduction to Small Unmanned Aerial Systems course

Posted in All News, Professional Development, sUAS

MCC Launches Drone Course

(Steve Orr, Democrat & Chronicle)  Monroe Community College is launching a training course in the operation of small unmanned aerial vehicles, becoming the first New York institution to help educate a new generation of drone pilots and technicians. The first six-session course, taught by the co-owner of a Canandaigua UAV educational company, SkyOp, begins Nov. 11. The non-credit class is being offered through MCC’s Corporate College, the professional development and training arm of the Brighton-based institution. The course costs $1,499… read more.


Additional information and registration for MCC Corporate College’s Introduction to Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) course is available here.