Why Join


The Chapter has been established to facilitate the education of individuals pursuing a career in the Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Industry. The Objectives of the organization are to:

A. Unite and promote fellowship among those interested in the organized industry,

B. Familiarize the campus public with the professional character of the mechanical contractors industry,

C. Expand the student member's knowledge of the organized mechanical construction industry and its practices,

D. Promote communications between student members and contractors,

E. Work to enhance the University area with volunteer  projects.

Benefits to the Student The benefits to the student can be numerous, including:

A. Additional educational programs for students,

B. The opportunity to interface with Contractors and have an ongoing dialogue,

C. Summer Internships,

D. Permanent Employment.

What will Chapter Membership Include:

1. Membership Meetings:

A. Educational Speakers:
1. Ability to request those speakers that interest you

B. Ability to interact with individuals currently working in your chosen profession

C. Ability to interact with Ferris Students with like interests

D. Ability to gain greater knowledge of the Industry

2. Dues to the organization will include:

A. Mailings from the Chapter

B. Newsletter from the Chapter

C. Greater Michigan MSCA Newsletter

D. National MSCA Newsletter

E. Job Scope National Publication

3. State and National Programs:

A. MPMCA PHC Expo - Free of charge

B. National MSCA Conferences - Student Rate

C. Mechanical Contractors Association of America Convention –  Student Rate