Community and Business Resources

Community and Business Resources

HFC in the Community

HFC strives to build and maintain relationships with the local community. We welcome neighbors and businesses to connect with the College's resources, which include opportunities for professional and student engagement, information about grants, opportunities for employment, services, and free and public events.

Professional Education

MAT2® Program

HFC offers students and employers the opportunity to participate in the Michigan Advanced Technician Training (MAT2) program.

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Student Engagement

Grants

HFC receives several federal and state grants that allow us to upgrade our facilities and update curricula to meet the changing needs of employers.

See Our Grants

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Community Resources

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    Facilities Rental

    Need a room for a community event? HFC offers room rental opportunities. Contact Facilities Services at 313-845-6320 or facilities@hfcc.edu for information about rental rates and using our facilities, or fill out our Application for Facility Use.

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    Employment

    Interested in working at HFC? Visit the HFC Career site to find out more about the application process and the latest openings across the College.

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    Make a Donation

    Donate to any number of worthy causes and initiatives at the College through the HFC Foundation. For more information about donating to HFC, contact Stacy Striz at slstriz@hfcc.edu.

Submit an Ad

Advertise your business in The Mirror News, HFC's student-run newspaper. Contact the Business Manager at MirrorBM@hfcc.edu to submit an ad or find out more about current ad rates.

The Mirror News

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Fifty-One O One Student-Run Restaurant

The Fifty-One O One Restaurant operation is an integral part of the Hospitality Studies Program. The individuals you see working are students learning to be future hotel and restaurant managers, chefs, dining room personnel, and other hospitality industry professionals.All the menu items - from soups and sandwiches, entrees, and daily specials to desserts and baked goods - are prepared in our Culinary Arts classes.

See the Menu

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