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Everything You Need to Know About the CMMC

March 17, 2023

LIVONIA, Mich., March 13, 2023 — Schoolcraft College APEX Accelerator


Contact Name: Schoolcraft College APEX Accelerator Team

Phone: 734-462-4438



Name of Event: Everything You Need to Know About the CMMC

Where: Virtual – access link will be provided via email

When: Thursday March 23, 2023, 9:00am-10:30am (Session 1 of a four part series)

Event detail: Join the Schoolcraft College APEX Accelerator and Captiva Solutions for a virtual four-part series on what you need to know as the DoD rolls out the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) requirements for all contractors. Understand the rule changes that impact everyone. Free to attend, but registration is required:

  • Session 1: Introduction to CMMC
  • Session 2: The CMMC Framework
  • Session 3: Implementing the CMMC
  • Session 4: Maintaining CMMC Compliance

Presented by: Schoolcraft College APEX Accelerator and Captiva Solutions

The APEX Accelerator provides assistance to businesses in marketing products and services to federal, state, and local government agencies. Schoolcraft College in Livonia has sponsored the local program since 1985 and is the link between the government, prime contractors, and businesses.

The APEX Accelerator is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Department of Defense. Additionally, the Schoolcraft College APEX Accelerator is funded by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and Schoolcraft College.


About Schoolcraft College

Schoolcraft College is a public community college, offering traditional classes as well as distance learning opportunities at The college enrolls more than 30,000 students each year in both credit programs and continuing education and professional development courses. The college has over 130 different academic majors and programs leading to a skills certificate, certificate, associate degree, or post-associate certificate, plus a Bachelor of Science degree in Culinary and Dietary Operations Management. Students also can take advantage of bachelor’s degree-level courses and programs offered by several university partners onsite or transfer credits to other four-year institutions, saving time and money in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.