Training and Development
Hutchinson Community College
The Business and Industry Institute of Hutchinson Community College recognizes the critical training and educational needs of business today and they will work to accommodate your educational and training needs whether it is on site at your industry, a customized training program, or a contracted program on campus.
For further information about HCC’s workforce services, customized training, and workforce services, please visit their website.
The Local Area I Workforce Development Board exists to connect employers to a motivated workforce having skills to obtain and maintain meaningful employment throughout its 62-county community.
Hutchinson Career and Technical Education Academy
The Hutchinson Career and Technical Education Academy offers courses in five career fields that encompass eighteen pathways. Hutchinson has been a leader in career and technical education for decades, and with the addition of a new 96,000 square foot facility, Hutchinson is prepared to lead career and technical education in the 21st Century. HCTEA partners with Hutchinson Community College and is available to all students in the region. These partnerships differentiate our workforce, and ensure a pipeline of quality talent for the future.
Since many of their courses also provide college credit, students of HCTEA may go on to earn their college degree at a later date.
For further information on HCTEA, please visit their website. Personal tours are not only welcomed, but encouraged. Please email or call to set up at time for individual and group tours.
In its first year, Career Quest worked with 6th grade classes to bridge the gap between education and businesses. Students visited 20 different industry partners to gain knowledge of the different types of employment opportunities and what it takes to work for the companies. Students were hosted by the businesses where they were presented a company overview and shown the types of jobs available in their particular industry. Greater Hutch, through Reno Rising investors, underwrote the cost of the program with shirts and passports for every participant.