Community and Technical Education

The 30,000 square-foot historic Howell Carnegie District Library has the resources and staff to fully serve the community’s information demands. The library boasts extensive programs for children and adults, access to copiers, computers and meeting rooms and a vast collection of items in circulation, including books, audios, videos, magazines, newspapers, microfilm and archived material.

The Mott Community College Livingston M-TEC (Michigan Technical Education Center) offers training in electricity, tool and die, machine maintenance, information technology, building trades and other high-skill occupations. Classes are designed to meet the needs of area employers and their employees, allowing students to enroll in short courses and attend classes at a time conducive with work schedules.

Lansing Community College with a satellite campus just south of Howell offers a wide-range of programs, in technical, legal, business, medical, science and more. Visit: to learn more.

Howell-based Operating Engineers 324 Education Center features a structural collapse recovery training program and curriculum based on FEMA standards. The instructional facility is a 515-acre site designed to accommodate training opportunities for building and trench collapses, search and rescue dogs, uniformed emergency workers, emergency and heavy equipment operation, and disaster simulations. Use of the facility was recently donated to the FBI, state and local police for “post-blast” car bombing training. Students were required to process the scenes from real-life scenarios intentionally set up by experts.