Join the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity’s Workforce Development, the Michigan Works! network and Great Start to Quality as they host a Childcare Virtual Job Fair this February.
Teresa, a single mother of 3, was unemployed and had barriers to getting back to work, including a lack of childcare for her child, the loss of financial assistance, and health problems, all of which blocked her from returning to her job as a bartender.
LeAnna was having trouble finding work. She had physical limitations and a few periods of time with no work on her outdated resume. She visited the Luce County Michigan Works! office in Newberry seeking resume help.
MTEC SmartZone, Innovate Marquette SmartZone, and Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development Corporation are gearing up to host the fifth annual Return North Professional Careers Fair. Return North, presented by TriMedia Environmental & Engineering, is aimed at attracting alumni, former residents and friends of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan back to the region.
Upper Peninsula Michigan Works! (UPMW) wants U.P. residents to send their resumes to job centers before traveling to deer camp.
As we all know, the process by which job seekers become employees has changed. Long gone are the days where you drive to a business, sit across the table from a hiring manager, and shake their hand. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this process will be moving to virtual platforms for a number of industries.