Montgomery Community College's
Workforce Development Center
Who Are We?
Montgomery Community College's Workforce Development Center is where innovation, empowerment, and resources unite to assist the great people of Montgomery County and beyond. We specialize in offering short term training courses that not only allow a person to enter into a new career, but the specialized training to help them advance in their career. We aid current and future small business owners with the right tools and resources to not only achieve their goals, but exceed them.

We offer financial resources to help individuals thrive in school and on the job. We are on the receiving end when the local industry needs specialized training or a qualified employee. In addition to injecting the workforce with talented workers, we offer opportunities for personal growth through our unique programming that allows people to just have fun! Much like a financial advisor, we are with you every step of the way. 
Interested in a new career or learning a new skill?
Be The Leader You Would Follow
Secure Your Spot Today!
Applications for Leadership Montgomery can be obtained by contacting Savannah Heath, MCC Small Business Center Director, at 910-898-9682 or or Jessica Hamilton, MCC Director of Business & Industry, at 910-898-9674 or

You can also access an application by clicking the orange button below.
*Fill out brochure application and submit in person or via email to Savannah Heath or Jessica Hamilton.

Please remit payment to:
Montgomery Community College Foundation
Attn: Korrie Ervin
1011 Page Street
Troy, NC 27371

The deadline for applications is August 27.
Need a solution to fill worker shortages or employee skills gaps? Apprenticeships, of course!
Montgomery Community College is actively seeking business partners with a need for industrial maintenance employees. Please contact Jessica Hamilton at for more information.
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Overcoming Fear and Rejection in Your Business
As business owners and entrepreneurs, the sting of rejection can hit hard. It can be extremely hard not to take rejection personally. It’s your team, your ideas, and your sweat and tears that are being turned away. However, it’s important to remember that complaints, rejections, and problem situations can turn into golden opportunities with little innovation and adaptation. When you learn to use these uncomfortable situations to improve your business, you’ll no longer fear or try to avoid rejection. You may actually look forward to it.
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