New employees at Eissmann Automotive in Port Huron will receive customized training from St. Clair County Community College.

Eissmann recently announced that they are investing $13.55 million in a new facility in Port Huron that is creating up to 230 new jobs. More than half of these new employees will receive training through SC4 under a $300,000 Michigan New Jobs Training Program agreement.

The state program pays for training through dollars that would otherwise be paid to the state for withholding taxes.

This fall, 13 new employees will begin safety and OSHA training through SC4. Additional employees will receive training in leadership, safety, manufacturing and other skills through SC4 as Eissmann prepares to begin operations.

“We are very excited to be a part of the launch of this important company in the Blue Water Area and the creation of hundreds of new jobs,” SC4 President Dr. Kevin A. Pollock said. “We are proud to continue to partner with the state to provide training locally through the Michigan New Jobs Training Program and to help local employers grow.”

Eissmann Group Automotive is a leading international automotive manufacturer of high-end interior components. Headquartered in Germany, the Eissmann Group has production facilities on three continents. Their customers include Audi, BMW, Volvo, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Tesla, Maserati, Land Rover and others.

“We are excited to offer this opportunity for our employees,” Eissmann Automotive Human Resources Manager Pamela Edgar said.

With Eissmann, SC4 is currently providing $880,000 in training locally under the Michigan New Jobs Training Program. Employees at SMR Automotive Systems in Marysville and Grace Engineering in Memphis also are receiving training.

Employers interested in participating in the Michigan New Jobs Training program should call (810) 989-5554 to express their interest.

This fall, 13 new employees will begin safety and OSHA training through SC4. Additional employees will receive training in leadership, safety, manufacturing and other skills through SC4 as Eissmann prepares to begin operations.

“We are very excited to be a part of the launch of this important company in the Blue Water Area and the creation of hundreds of new jobs,” SC4 President Dr. Kevin A. Pollock said. “We are proud to continue to partner with the state to provide training locally through the Michigan New Jobs Training Program and to help local employers grow.”

Eissmann Group Automotive is a leading international automotive manufacturer of high-end interior components. Headquartered in Germany, the Eissmann Group has production facilities on three continents. Their customers include Audi, BMW, Volvo, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Tesla, Maserati, Land Rover and others.

“We are excited to offer this opportunity for our employees,” Eissmann Automotive Human Resources Manager Pamela Edgar said.

With Eissmann, SC4 is currently providing $880,000 in training locally under the Michigan New Jobs Training Program. Employees at SMR Automotive Systems in Marysville and Grace Engineering in Memphis also are receiving training.

Employers interested in participating in the Michigan New Jobs Training program should call (810) 989-5554 to express their interest.

Learn more about SC4 here: http://www.sc4.edu/