Many parents and students are asking about scheduling for the coming school year. Unfortunately, due to the closure, there are many more questions than we have answers for. We have updated all the links above with information about our programs at MBCC. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
For more information about specific career program and detailed course descriptions, click on the program links in the Black Menu Bar above!!
For now, here’s the powerpoint presentation that I’ve been sharing with students to discuss the Career and Technical Education options available at the Michael Berry Career Center. Make sure to explore each program in the Black Menu Bar above.
Dual enrollment courses are now online. Tutoring is available through Henry Ford College. If you are struggling in your college course(s), you may contact the HFCE Learning Lab for assistance. The link is: https://www.hfcc.edu/learnlab/tutor
The Otto J. Rowen Scholarships are made possible by the Otto J. Rowen trust fund administered by the Dearborn Rotary Foundation. Mr. Rowen was a former Dearborn teacher, administrator at Woodworth School and Rotarian. For 2019/20, there were seventeen (17) scholarships awarded at $2,000 each. The students awarded are the best representatives of each vocational area, are interested in pursuing a career in their chosen vocation, have potential for future success in their field, and are recommended by their vocational instructors.
This years Otto Rowen Career and Technical Education Scholarship recipeients are:
Hussein AlakhrassInformation Technology & Design (Michael Berry Career Center / Fordson High School)
Anthony AlAziz Computer Programming (Michael Berry Career Center / Dearborn High School)
Jeffrey Cottingham Jr. Allied Health Occupations (Michael Berry Career Center / Edsel Ford High School)
Rawan EidNursing (Henry Ford Early College – Health Sciences)
Zahraa Elghoul Computer Programming (Michael Berry Career Center / Fordson High School)
Ali Elsayed Criminal Justice & Law Careers (Michael Berry Career Center / Fordson High School)
Linnea Harazem Criminal Justice & Law Careers (Michael Berry Career Center / Fordson High School)
Maryam Jaratli Computer Programming (Michael Berry Career Center / Dearborn High School)
Mohumed Kayed Allied Health Occupations (Michael Berry Career Center / Fordson High School)
Anthony Marano Wood Technology (Edsel Ford High School)
Melania Medina Allied Health Occupations (Michael Berry Career Center / Dearborn High School)
Alexa Monroy Marketing (Michael Berry Career Center / Fordson High School)
Ali Mourad Culinary Arts (Michael Berry Career Center / DearbornHigh School)
Abigail Murray Accounting (Dearborn Collegiate Academy / Dearborn High School)
Manal Nasser Allied Health Occupations (Michael Berry Career Center / Fordson High School)
Fatmah Saleh Accounting (Michael Berry Career Center / Fordson High School)
Jason Wood Automotive Technology / Welding Technology (Edsel Ford High School)
Welcome to week two of Remote Learning at the Michael Berry Career Center due to the state-mandated COVID-19 closture. Some quick updates below for Parents and Students.
All MBCC teachers have updated their blogs. Students and parents should be checking in daily. See the post below for teacher blogs and emails.
The Dearborn Heights Campus is CLOSED. MBCC Staff will be checking emails daily and should respond to your questions withing 24 yours during school days.
Students needing a Chromebook to keep up with their work should contact their home high school principal to make arrangements. Chromebook distribution is currently happening on MONDAYS. Chromebook distribution is now complete.
All Dearborn students are eligible for FREE “grab-and-go” school breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday.
The state is working on answers to many questions regarding this closure, return dates, SAT, PSAT and AP Testing and school calendars. See this LINK.
Students, welcome to the Brave New World of “Remote Learning” at the Michael Berry Career Center. Your teachers are hard at work figuring out ways you can keep learning electronically while school is cancelled to to the COVID-19 outbreak. They will be using their classroom blogs as the primary means of communication with students. Your assignment this week: please visit your teachers’ blog and check in with them using the instructions you will find there!
No computer to do the assignments? NO PROBLEM! If you need to check out a Chromebook to keep up on your Remote Learning, please contact Dr. Green at (313) 827-4802 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check our DPS Superintendent Glenn Maleyko’s conversation with past-superintendent, and current state superintendent, Brian Whiston. Some great discussion of the importance of CTE programs and the great offerings in Deaborn (including MBCC) around the 9 minute mark).
They do a good job at pointing out that our CTE programs provide students with the skills and training they need to enter the workforce in high quality, well-paying jobs. They also point out the difficulties in finding quality teachers in these fields.
Did you know that all the CTE teachers at MBCC worked in the field they teach? Our Culinary Arts teacher is also a chef! Our Health Science Teachers worked as Registered Nurses, Personal Trainers, Registered Dental Hygenists, and Red Cross Instructors! Our Design Technology teachers have worked in Web Design, Digital Photography, Illustration and Game Design.
Quality teachers with industry experience. Just one of the things that makes the “Berry Experience” something special for our students.