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Jeffrey Pedelty, M.S., joined MCC in January 2020 as a lab instructor and in August 2022 began his role as the college’s full-time Advanced Industrial Technology Instructor.

Pedelty, who teaches fluid power, PC servicing, precision measurement and the industrial process at MCC, now holds bachelor-level degrees in industrial electronics technology, operations management with an emphasis in manufacturing and supply chain logistics, electrical electronics engineering technology, and a master’s degree in technical education, all from Ferris State University.  

After working in a variety of industry roles, from making apple juice to car parts, Pedelty has also worked in high-end audio and television repair. In addition, he worked in communications/crypto security while serving in the Army and became a communications section chief while in the Michigan National Guard. This extensive technological background has made Pedelty a hands-on, experienced candidate for teaching technology to others at the high school level, university, and now, community college level.

Pedelty believes in experiential learning and has found that most of his students learn best through hands-on situations. 

In addition to sharing his knowledge in the classroom, Pedelty is active in the community, providing technical support as a sound engineer, doing promotional photography, and conducting video interviews to improve the social media presence for the organization Tuba Bach, which offers free concerts featuring world-class musicians and international talent to audiences that cannot afford to otherwise attend these performances.