Accu-Mold LLC appointed to Kalamazoo Valley Community College Groves Advisory Board

Craig Jbara, Vice President, Strategic Business and Community Development at Kalamazoo Valley Community College Groves Center announced today that Dave Felicijan, President of Accu-Mold LLC has been appointed to the Kalamazoo Valley Groves Advisory Board.

The Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s Groves mission is to provide training programs and infrastructure to address business, workforce and community needs.  The Groves’ center strives to provide relevant competency-based education to enhance workforce skills and job career preparation as well as support economic development in the area.

“Having the opportunity to impact workforce training and skill sets is a great honor,” said Felicijan. “Moving forward, we have an opportunity to mold students to emerging workforce needs and prepare them to be productive members of the local and regional economy. “

“Accu-Mold has embraced their responsibility to the community to support educational efforts, and using their expertise assures today’s students they will have the best preparation needed for tomorrow’s marketplace.” Said Jbara. “We look forward to Dave’s input as we continue to identify industry needs.”

About Accu-Mold LLC:

Accu-Mold LLC is part of the Mno-Bmadsen family of companies – the investment enterprise for the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.  Based in Portage, MI, Accu-Mold is a Certified Minority Business Enterprise providing Plastics Engineering and Tooling to the Automotive, Heavy Truck and Commercial Vehicle, defense and medical industries.  Their services include product design, mold design, rapid tooling manufacturing, production tool manufacturing, production injection molding, assembly and contract manufacturing.  Accu-Mold is ISO-9001 Certified. For more information:

About Kalamazoo Valley Groves Center

Kalamazoo Valley Community College Groves Center offers a variety of training programs for those looking to embark on a fresh career path. They provide the guidance and resources students need to obtain quality career training. Their mission’s success if based on core principals which promote robust industry and community partnerships, demand driven training and education, innovative programs for nontraditional education, instruction by local subject matter experts, and flexibility and agility driven by local business and the community.  For more information: