The Jackson Area Career Center provides exceptional career and technical education to high school juniors and seniors throughout Jackson County, and we are proud to invite you to learn more about the many possibilities and opportunities that the Career Center offers our students.
As one of the most valuable career preparation resources in the community, we're passionate about providing the best career and technical education possible, and we believe in each student's success! Our campus is a safe, friendly, high-tech environment where students come because they want to learn -- and when students really want to learn, the results can be amazing!
The Jackson Area College and Career Connection: Jackson County's NEW Early/Middle College!
The JAC3 Early/Middle College Program is a unique learning program and pathway for Jackson County high school students! Participants simultaneously earn their high school diploma, an Associate Degree, a technical/career credential, and the opportunity for employment upon graduation—all while remaining enrolled at their local high school. LEARN MORE!
Ciara Garcia participated in Skills USA the weekend of April 18 and place 3rd in the competition for Employment Application Process! Tests in this contest evaluate the contestant's readiness in applying for employment and their understanding of the process. The competition includes completing an application and interviewing with the judges along with their resume and portfolio. Great job showcasing your career-ready skills, Ciara!
The Career Center’s FIRST Robotics Team, the JackTown Vectors, earned high honors at the March 14 Woodhaven FIRST Robotics Competition held at Woodhaven High School. In response to the team’s extensive and long-standing support of other Jackson County FIRST teams, the JackTown Vectors received the district’s Engineering Inspiration Award.
“Past, Present, Future” is the title of the sixth annual Jackson Area Career Center student Hair and Fashion Competition to be held at the Michigan Theater on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 from 6:30-9:00 p.m.
Following top-placement performances at the Feb. 17. 2015 regional SkillsUSA competition, the Jackson Area Career Center’s Machining program will be sending three students to the state-level SkillsUSA competition in April 2015.