As the hometown of Henry Ford and the current headquarters of the Ford Motor Company, it’s clear that Dearborn, Michigan has a rich history. As of Friday, October 18, 2013, Dorsey Schools now has its roots the Dearborn area as well, with the opening of their tenth campus.
Amanda Glover, Managing Director of the Dorsey Schools’ Dearborn campus, and Kim Peck, Senior Vice President of Operations, delivered opening remarks. A number of well-known politicians were in attendance, including Councilwoman Brenda Jones of the Detroit City Council and Alisha Bell, the Wayne County Commissioner. Two awards were presented to Dorsey, including The Spirit of Detroit Award and a Resolution Award on behalf of Wayne County. Although the campus first welcomed students in August, the Dearborn Chamber of Commerce helped facilitate a ribbon-cutting ceremony which made the campus opening official. Guests delighted in delicious food, such as crab rangoon, black bean tacos, cheesecake bites, and miniature éclairs, which was naturally catered by Dorsey Culinary Academy.
Pat Fischer, President and CEO of Dorsey Schools, stated: “For over 75 years, Dorsey Schools have helped the people of Michigan train for exciting new careers, and the opening of our Dearborn campus furthers our commitment to the communities we serve and the people living in those communities.”
Come visit the campus yourself; it’s conveniently located near the Southfield Freeway, off of Ford Road (next to Planet Fitness). The Dearborn campus offers training programs designed to prepare students for careers as either Medical Assistants, Medical Administrating and Billing specialists, Patient Care Technicians or Dental Assistants.
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