manufacturing-trainingOne factor that makes Lenawee County so attractive to manufacturers is its commitment to maintaining a qualified, highly skilled workforce.

The LISD Tech Center in Adrian offers 27 state-approved Career Technical Education Programs to area high schoolers and adult learners. From engineering to agri-science, LISD Tech has been turning out skilled workers for more than 50 years.

At the newly established Southern Michigan Center for Science and Industry, high schools students and adults learn the valuable skills that are in demand by area manufacturers. By partnering directly with area employers, SMCSI can develop programs that directly meet the demands of Lenawee County manufacturers.

And of course, the county is also home to Adrian College, Siena Heights University, and Jackson College at LISD Tech, all of which offer an array of science and technology degrees.

As if that weren’t enough, Lenawee Now is great resource for companies who wish to provide ongoing training to their employees. Financial incentives, like grants, loans, and tax benefits, are often available to area employers to build or expand their skilled workforce.