Muskegon Community College is committed to provide a platform for education covering topics that affect our students, staff and community. These topics are social justice, citizenship, leadership, diversity, and community engagement.
Project Justice is an education and leadership movement for youth in middle and high school. Students receive 16 hours of training in order to demonstrate productive citizenship skills. Students will also gain knowledge by exploring and researching careers while interacting with successful professionals and community leaders. The ultimate goal is to embrace future changes and experience the benefits of making positive decisions.
Project Intercept is a mandatory alternative sentence for men and women. Classes are offered to equip students with positive decision making skills, learning how to accept responsibilities of their actions, and a chance to review their personal goals. Students will be involved in group projects, as well as participate in class discussion and weekly journaling.
For more information on any of the Community Outreach programs, contact Trynette Lottie-Harps at (231) 777-0559.