Welcome to Metropolitan College Live Info Sessions 2022-23!

We are excited you want to learn more about attending college and graduating debt free with our program! We know you may have questions, so join us for one of our information sessions this spring and summer to help you get started!


JCTC & UofL Session

Information session for current and incoming JCTC and UofL students who are interested in learning more about the MC program and benefits.

Join MC Student Development Counselors, UPS recruiters, and Commonwealth Credit Union (CCU) as we review our partnership at both Jefferson Community & Technical College and the University of Louisville and present the following:

  • MC program benefits and eligibility, including the UPS LOOP housing stipend benefit at JCTC
  • UPS hiring process and employment opportunities
  • CCU and our High 5 financial education program including budgeting and ways to grow your wealth
  • Parent/supporter resources
  • Opportunity for you to ask questions

If you are a student, parent, educator, or anyone who wants to know more about our program, we highly recommend you join us!

This one-hour session can be conveniently accessed and viewed on any mobile device and/or PC. You do not need to pre-register for this event, so click on any of the following dates and times to join us! Link will be available before the event (Click on the date or "Join MS Teams Meeting" to join).


Join us for our upcoming LIVE info session:

Monday, December 5th @ 6:00pm EST

Join MS Teams Meeting


During our session, we will reference several resources to guide you through the process of receiving MC benefits:

First Time MC Student Checklist

UPS LOOP Benefit

MC UofL Themed Housing Information

MC UofL Petition Form

Parent and Support Resources

High 5 Financial Empowerment with CCU

UPS Employment Steps

Submit Your UofL UPS Interest Form

Submit Your JCTC UPS Interest Form


Questions? Feel free to contact us:

Lexius Yarbrough - MC Student Development Counselor | lexius.yarbrough@louisville.edu

Sara Heun - UPS Education Specialist | saraheun@ups.com

Audra Butler - UPS UofL Recruiter | abutler@ups.com

Casandra Hernandez - UPS JCTC Recruiter |casandrahernandez@ups.com

High 5 & CCU - metrocollege@cwcu.org

LOOP Questions - askloop@ups.com

MC Automotive Technician Session

Information session for current and incoming JCTC students, who are interested in learning more about the Automotive Technician Career Pathway. This program provides a seamless pathway for students to obtain an Automotive Technician credential while receiving 100% paid tuition and employment at both UPS and a local automotive dealership.

Join MC Student Development Counselors, UPS recruiters, and Commonwealth Credit Union (CCU) as we review our partnership at Jefferson Community & Technical College and present the following:

  • MC program benefits and eligibility
  • CCU and our High 5 financial education program including budgeting and ways to grow your wealth
  • UPS hiring process and employment opportunities
  • Automotive Technician Program Overview
  • Parent/supporter resources
  • Opportunity for you to ask questions

If you are a student, parent, educator, or anyone who wants to know more about our program, we highly recommend you join us!

This one-hour session can be conveniently accessed and viewed on any mobile device and/or PC. You do not need to pre-register for this event, so click on the following date and time to join us! Link will be available before the event (click on the date or "Join MS Teams Meeting" to join).


Join us for our next LIVE info session below:

Check back for upcoming dates.


During our session, we will reference several resources to guide you through the process of receiving MC benefits:

First Time MC Student Checklist

Parent and Support Resources

High 5 Financial Empowerment with CCU

UPS Employment Steps

Automotive Technician Career Pathway Overview


Questions? Feel free to contact us:

Lexius Yarbrough - Student Development Counselor lyarbrough0005@kctcs.edu

Sara Heun - UPS Education Specialist saraheun@ups.com

High 5 & CCU - metrocollege@cwcu.org

MC, JCTC, and UofL Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Session

Information session for current and incoming JCTC and UofL students, who are interested in learning more about the MC program and benefits, along with campus, community and UPS employee resources focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Join an MC Student Development Counselor, UPS recruiter, Commonwealth Credit Union (CCU), JCTC's Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement (ODICE) staff, and UofL’s Office of Diversity and Equity staff as we review our partnership at JCTC and UofL and present the following:

  • MC program benefits and eligibility
  • UPS hiring process and employment opportunities
  • CCU and our High 5 financial education program including budgeting and ways to grow your wealth
  • JCTC ODICE Campus and Community Resources
  • UofL Office of Diversity and Equity Campus and Community Resources
  • MC Student Experiences
  • Parent/supporter resources
  • Opportunity for you to ask questions

If you are a student, parent, educator, or anyone who wants to know more about our program, we highly recommend you join us!

This hour and a half session can be conveniently accessed and viewed on any mobile device and/or PC. You do not need to pre-register for this event, so click on the following date and time to join us! (click on the date or "Join MS Teams Meeting" to join).


Join us for our LIVE info session:

Check back for upcoming dates.


During our session, we will reference several resources to guide you through the process of receiving MC benefits:

First Time MC Student Checklist

Parent and Support Resources

High 5 Financial Empowerment with CCU

UPS Employment Steps

Louisville Community Diversity and Inclusion Resources


Questions? Feel free to contact us:

Lexius Yarbrough – MC Student Development Counselor | lexius.yarbrough@louisville.edu

Casandra Hernandez - UPS Recruiter | casandrahernandez@ups.com

JCTC Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement (ODICE)

UofL Office of Diversity and Equity | diversity@louisville.edu

High 5 & CCU - metrocollege@cwcu.org

School to Work Session

Information session for currently enrolled students in the School To Work program for the 2022-2023 academic year or a parent/guardian of a current School To Work Student who are interested in learning more about the MC program and benefits.

MC Live Information Session for School to Work Transfers (1-hour)

Hello UPS School to Work Students, Parents, and Student Supporters,

We would like to invite you to attend an information session where you will learn about the education programs available to students after graduation from high school.

  1. In this session, we will review the following items:
  2. School to Work Program information
  3. Metropolitan College information
  4. Earn & Learn information
  5. Steps to complete after graduation
  6. Information on completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

We will also allow time for questions.


If you are a student enrolled in the School to Work program for the current academic year or a parent/guardian of a current School to Work Student, we highly recommend you join us!

This one-hour session can be conveniently accessed and viewed on any mobile device and/or PC. You do not need to pre-register for this event – just click on the link to join us! (click on the date or "Join MS Teams Meeting" to join).

Join us for our STW information sessions live:

Check back for upcoming dates.


Resources to guide you through the process of receiving MC benefits as a School to Work transfer.


Questions? Feel free to contact us:

Metro College Support Staff:

Sarah Schladand- sarah.schladand@kctcs.edu

UPS/Earn & Learn Support Staff:

Sara Heun, Education Specialist - saraheun@ups.com

NOTE: If you are interested in Metropolitan College but you cannot attend an MC Live event, please contact us at UL: 502-852-2749, JCTC: 502-213-4520 or at askmetro@kctcs.edu and we will assist you.