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 Connecting businesses with skilled employees, and students
 with the education they need for their future careers.

  • About Us

    We work in collaboration with the various sectors of the community towards a common goal. We are housed in the Livingston Educational Service Agency, and are consistently forming partnerships with employers, higher education, government, and youth serving entities to align strategies to create a stronger, more educated, adaptable workforce in Livingston County.

  • Partners

    Livingston Career and College Access Network is led by a cross-sector Leadership Team comprised of K-12 superintendents, higher education administration, local foundations, the non-profit community, business leaders, and workforce development

  • Our Vision

    Livingston Career & College Access Network uses the term “college” to refer to the attainment of valuable postsecondary credentials beyond high school, including professional/technical certificates and academic degrees.

  • What Our Partners are Saying...


    “We’re working to make connections with businesses so we can match student skills with internship opportunities. That’s crucial.”

    Hartland Schools Chuck Hughes

    “Our first experience with job shadowing went really well. [The student] arrived on time, was involved, and appropriate. I was happy to share my profession. She will make a great occupational therapist!”

    Howell Community Schools Allison Ackerman

    Latest News...

    • LCCAN Receives Implementation Grant...

      Media Contact: Sarah Anthony, Deputy Director for Partnerships and Advocacy
      Cell: 313-355-4078
      Livingston County Receives MCAN Implementation Grant
      The grant will help establish a Local College Access Network to promote postsecondary attainment
      Lansing, MI – Michigan College Access Network awarded Livingston Educational Service Agency with a …

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    • How to Develop a Strong Next-Genera...

      To build a strong next generation manufacturing workforce, do not rest on doing what you’ve always done to find, hire, retain and develop new skilled employees. Success will come from your ability to be strategic, intentional, and flexible. Continue Reading

     Our Partners