We are proud to be a community and educational resource for students, job seekers, employers, and Marion residents. Our work goes well beyond the scope of traditional higher education.

College Credit Plus (CCP)

We partner with area high schools to create pathways to college where students can earn high school and college credit – before graduating from high school. Formerly known as "dual enrollment" or "post-secondary enrollment," College Credit Plus (CCP) is a great opportunity for local high school students.

Economic Impact Statement

An economic impact analysis is a study that measures how an event or institution affects the local economy.

The Forge

THE FORGE begins with a series of business classes followed by a “Shark Tank”-style competition. The top three participants win prize money to start making their business plans a reality! 

TRIO Talent

Talent Search (TS) is an educational program serving students who are enrolled in any grade from six through twelve and who attend or live in the target areas of Harding High School, Grant Middle School, Elgin High School, Elgin Middle School, Ridgedale Junior/Senior High School, Mt. Gilead High School, Mt. Gilead Middle School, Cardington-Lincoln High School, Cardington-Lincoln Middle School, Upper Sandusky High School, Upper Sandusky Middle School, Kenton High School, and Kenton Middle School. Select adult students under the age of 27 may also qualify for TRIO TS services.  TS is funded largely by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

Non-Credit Classes

Anyone can take non-credit classes to explore an area of interest, improve skills, and increase job prospects through partnerships with Tooling U, Ed2Go, and more. Most of these classes are offered online and can be completed from home.

Workforce Solutions Center

Every year, our Workforce Solutions provides training, employee selection, assessments and certifications, and employment resources to companies and organizations to reduce turnover costs by selecting the right people, the first time.

Financial Aid

We provide more than $10 million in grants, scholarships, loans, and other colleges financial aid to MTC students each year.


We contribute to our local economy by employing hundreds of local residents. Search for available positions today.