Forty percent of college students are already enrolled in one of the 1,100 U.S. community colleges. Many schools have unique partnerships with industry, designing curricula specifically aligned with workplace skills. At Montgomery College, for example, partnerships with the National Restaurant Association, the National Apartment Leasing Association, and the Automotive Service Excellence/National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation help students move directly into the workplace. Moreover, many community colleges provide transfer options in fields like bioscience, humanities and engineering. Montgomery College has 1,400 engineering students enrolled in the largest community college transfer program in the nation. Students have gone on to four-year degrees at prestigious institutions like MIT, University of California Berkeley, Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Maryland, College Park.