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Published by Michigan Works! Association, 2019-03-05 08:45:10

2019 Michigan Works! Association Member Directory

2019 MWA Directory-single pages for web

GET
CONNECTED

— 2019 —

MICHIGAN WORKS! ASSOCIATION

MEMBERSHIP
DIRECTORY


MICHIGAN
WORKS!
ASSOCIATION

Michigan Works! Association believes
that the key to prosperity is a skilled workforce.
Our purpose is to influence, educate
and inspire actions that keep Michigan
working.
As the state’s primary workforce development
association, our focus is ensuring that
Michigan’s employers and talent pipeline have
access to the skills needed to support a robust
economy.

We deliver results by:
• Giving our members voice through

advocacy
• Increasing system-wide knowledge of

workforce best practices
• Connecting people and organizations on

important topics

For more information, visit
MICHIGANWORKS.ORG

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BOARD OF
DIRECTORS

CHARLOTTE GREGORY PITONIAK
(CHARLIE) MAHONEY MEMBER-AT-LARGE
CHAIRPERSON Chief Executive Officer
Four-M Associates - Southeast Michigan
Communications Group Community Alliance
(SEMCA) Michigan Works!
JANE DOTY
FIRST VICE DAVID GOUDREAU
CHAIRPERSON Northern Wings Repair, Inc.
H & H Restaurants, Inc.
CHUCK HADDEN
ROBERT SHOWERS Michigan Manufacturers
SECOND VICE Association
CHAIRPERSON
Clinton County Board of CONAN SMITH
Commissioners Adaptive Strategies LLC
Local Elected Official

BEN DAMEROW SHANA WELCH
SECRETARY Mercy Health of
Executive Director West Michigan
Michigan Works!
Southwest

EDYTHE COPELAND
TREASURER
Chief Executive Officer
Capital Area
Michigan Works!

LUANN DUNSFORD
Chief Executive Officer
Michigan Works! Association
DunsfordL@michiganworks.org

For a full staff listing, please visit michiganworks.org.

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Michigan Works! Association leads
with passion to influence positive
outcomes within the workforce
development ecosystem through ...

VOICE

• Shape legislation and advocate for vital policy
initiatives

• Act as a portal of information on talent issues

KNOWLEDGE

• Deliver essential training
• Engage and develop today’s workforce

leaders

CONNECTION

• Unite members to facilitate progress
• Bridge-builder to elected officials,

complementary agencies and key
stakeholders for increased collaboration and
exposure

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The Michigan Works! Association produces a
multitude of workshops and events annually.
Here are just a few of our most popular, can’t-miss
opportunities:

HIGH-IMPACT TRAINING

BUSINESS SOLUTIONS PROFESSIONAL (BSP)
TRAINING & CERTIFICATION

Add Value. Lead change.

Become a trusted connection for resources and
solutions using the proven BSP approach.

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BSP AND OTHER TRAINING
VISIT MICHIGANWORKS.ORG

PREMIER EVENTS

MICHIGAN WORKS!
IMPACT AWARDS
February 27, 2019
Lansing

Honoring those who’ve built economic results by
creating jobs and developing fresh talent.

MICHIGAN WORKS!
ANNUAL CONFERENCE

September 8 - 10, 2019
Kalamazoo

Join Michigan’s best and brightest workforce
development professionals for three days of

learning, connecting and growing.

MICHIGANWORKSCONFERENCE.ORG

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OUR
MEMBERS

16 MICHIGAN WORKS! ORGANIZATIONS

ONE SYSTEM

The Michigan model is integrated, private-sector
led and deeply rooted in local communities.
Our 16 regional Michigan Works! members are
independent organizations, connected through
a common mission: Economic Prosperity.
Everyone Works!
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MAP MEMBER PAGE

I Capital Area Michigan Works!.......................10

M Detroit Employment Solutions
Corporation, a Michigan Works! Agency........12

G Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works!................14

H GST Michigan Works!...................................16
N Macomb-St. Clair Michigan Works!................18

J Michigan Works! Berrien, Cass, Van Buren
powered by Kinexus Group............................20

C Michigan Works! Northeast
Consortium.....................................................22

D Michigan Works! Region 7B
Consortium.....................................................24

L Michigan Works! Southeast............................26
K Michigan Works! Southwest...........................28
E Michigan Works! West Central.......................30
B Northwest Michigan Works!............................32

O Oakland County Michigan Works!................. 34
P Southeast Michigan Community

Alliance (SEMCA) Michigan Works!...............36

A UPWARD Talent Council Michigan Works!.....38

F West Michigan Works!....................................40

AMichigan Works! is an equal opportunity employer and a proud

partner of the American Job Center network. Supported by the State
of Michigan. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request
to individuals with disabilities.

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LOCAL RESULTS
STATEWIDE IMPACT

The 16 multi-faceted and diverse
Michigan Works! organizations cover the
state with efficient, effective tools capable of
building jobs, leveraging careers and
developing core talent.

Michigan Works! is building—and leading—strong
networks that boost community, economic and talent
development.

While each Michigan Works! organization is unique,
all share several fundamental qualities:

• Deeply rooted in local communities, private-
sector led Workforce Development Boards are
positioned to drive vision and solutions
for their employers and talent pool

• Demand-driven: By recognizing the employer
as the primary customer, Michigan Works! is
able to serve more job seekers, more
effectively, more innovatively

• Through a collaborative public-private
partnership with local elected officials
and community leaders, Michigan Works!
delivers results that few others can claim

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#DEMAND-DRIVEN

Michigan Works! organizations partner with local
employers to identify workforce needs and skills gaps to
overcome.

• Employers get the employees they need

• Job seekers are trained, equipped and
prepared to fill locally-available positions

• Taxpayer resources are valued and saved

#RESULTS
Each year, the Michigan Works! network of job centers:
• Services 800,000 job seekers
• Supports 36,000 employers
• Manages 1.6 million Service Center visits
• Consistently meets or exceeds 100% of its

state and federal performance targets

EMPLOYERS GET JOB SEEKERS GET

Talent recruitment and Career planning
retention
Training and job search
Job postings support

Hiring events Resume writing

Responsive training Access to computers
programs
Rehabilitation, youth and
Customized business veterans’ services
services
Access to publicly-
Access to key state and funded programs
federal program support

FIND OUT WHAT MICHIGAN WORKS!
CAN DO FOR YOU:

1-800-285-WORKS (9675)

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CAPITAL AREA
MICHIGAN WORKS!

2110 South Cedar Street
Lansing, MI 48910
(517) 492-5500

DIRECTOR:
Edythe Copeland
Chief Executive Officer

CAMW.ORG

#LANSINGJOBS

@CAMWJOBS

@CAPITALAREAMICHIGANWORKS

CAPITAL AREA MICHIGAN WORKS!

“You don’t have to be a big business for them to
help you. I was looking for one employee to solve
a big staffing problem and Capital Area Michigan
Works! made it happen. How good is that?”

– Dr. Carla Guggenheim
Arthritis Care of Lansing

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COUNTIES SERVED:
Clinton - Eaton - Ingham

A

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IN 2018:

Capital Area Michigan Works! served

252,423 people

at its three American Job Centers.

2,093 jobs filled

with 497 businesses served.

5,489 individuals

served in seven intensive programs.

$3,340,892 awarded

to businesses in Going Pro Talent Funding.

CONNECTING WITH BUSINESS. 12
STRENGTHENING OUR WORKFORCE.

www.camw.org


DETROIT EMPLOYMENT
SOLUTIONS CORPORATION,

A MICHIGAN WORKS! AGENCY

440 East Congress
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 876-0674
info@detempsol.org

DIRECTOR:
Nicole Sherard-Freeman
President and CEO

DESCMIWORKS.COM

@DETROITATWORK

@DETROITATWORK

DETROIT EMPLOYMENT
SOLUTIONS CORPORATION

“It is our great pleasure to be part of this
collaborative and to create meaningful jobs in
Michigan.”

– Kimberly Ronnisch, Vice President of Nursing
St. John Providence

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COUNTIES SERVED:
Wayne - City of Detroit only

A
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BUILDING DETROIT

BY BUILDING DETROITERS

Learn more at DESCmiworks.com


GREAT LAKES BAY
MICHIGAN WORKS!

1409 Washington
Midland, MI 48640
(989) 754-1144
GLBAdmin@michiganworks.com

DIRECTOR:
Christopher Rishko
Chief Executive Officer

MICHIGANWORKS.COM

@GLBMIWORKS

@GREATLAKESBAYMICHIGANWORKS

GREAT LAKES BAY MICHIGAN WORKS!

“Nexteer has been very pleased with the level of
support we receive from Great Lakes Bay Michigan
Works! as well as their flexibility and willingness to
help us be successful. They are a huge asset in our
region.”

– Julie Malesky, Nexteer Automotive

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COUNTIES SERVED:

Bay - Gratiot - Isabella - Midland -
Saginaw

A

K
O

We are the pulse of the job market!

Because of our direct interaction with employers
in five counties, we empower job seekers with:

Opportunities Competitive Edge

to recareer and compete for opportunities you might
for accelerated training not have on your own
in high-demand fields
Personalized
Human Services
Connection
career guidance
because doing business centered around
face-to-face builds you, your strengths,
relationships that last and the direction
you’d like to take
your job search

www.michiganworks.com
16Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works! is an Equal Opportunity/Employer Program. Auxiliary aide services are available upon request to individuals

with disabilities. Michigan Relay Services dial 711. Supported by the State of Michigan. A proud partner of the American Job Center Network.


GST
MICHIGAN WORKS!

3270 Wilson Street
Marlette, MI 48453
(989) 635-3561
admin@gstmiworks.org

DIRECTOR:
Jody Kerbyson
Chief Executive Officer

GSTMIWORKS.ORG

#GSTJOBS

@GSTJOBS

@GSTMIWORKS

GST MICHIGAN WORKS!

“The STTF grant program has allowed our
company to invest in our employees so we are
better positioned to compete in a very challenging
industry.”

– Scott Avendt, Niles Industrial Coating
& Niles Plant Services

16


COUNTIES SERVED:

Genesee - Huron - Lapeer -
Sanilac - Shiawassee - Tuscola

A
K

Our mission is to help Businesses build
their Talent Pipeline. On time. Tools sharp.

Sleeves rolled up. Put us to WORK!

986 104,138

Employers Received Michigan Workers

Services to Attract, Accessed Vital Work

Build & Retain Talent Readiness Services

$1,811,852

Awarded to 66 Employers through STTF
to train 1,550 Employees, 244 New Hires,

28 New Apprentices since 2017

Results 2017

Advancing Employers | Enhancing Talent


MACOMB/ST. CLAIR
MICHIGAN WORKS!

21885 Dunham Road, Suite 11
Clinton Township, MI 48036
(586) 469-5220
jwurmlinger@macomb-stclairworks.org

DIRECTOR:
John Bierbusse
Executive Director

MACOMB-STCLAIRWORKS.ORG

@MIWORKSMSC
@MACOMBSTCLAIRMICHIGANWORKS
MACOMB/ST. CLAIR MICHIGAN WORKS!

“We’re very happy with the services and resources
we have received from Michigan Works! They have
been and continue to be a valuable asset to our HR
needs.”

– Mr. Brownlee, Specialty Coating

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COUNTIES SERVED:
Macomb - St. Clair

A
K

Aim for the future, Align your plan
and Accomplish your goal

For Job Seekers For Employers

Are you looking Are you looking to
for a new career? grow your business?

Learn more at macomb-stclairworks.org

A proud partner of the American Job Center network.


MICHIGAN WORKS!
BERRIEN, CASS, VAN BUREN

POWERED BY KINEXUS GROUP

499 West Main Street
Benton Harbor, MI 49085
(269) 927-1064
mw@kinexus.org

DIRECTOR:
Todd Gustafson
President and CEO
of Kinexus Group

KINEXUS.ORG

@KINEXUSGROUP

@KINEXUSGROUP

KINEXUS: ECONOMY, WORKFORCE,
COMMUNITY

“Working with Kinexus we have developed a tool and
die apprenticeship program in order to fill key positions.
Kinexus has helped us develop training programs and
secure grants in order to continue our long-term growth in
the community. We have participated in job fairs and on
the job training programs (OJT). Kinexus has been key to
helping us solve our recruiting, training and developing our
current employees as well as new employees.”

– Laurie Hasse, Corporate Human Resources Manager
Wolverine Metal Stamping, Inc.

20


COUNTIES SERVED:
Berrien - Cass - Van Buren

A
K

O

HELPING
SOUTHWEST
MICHIGAN
GET DOWN
TO BUSINESS

powered by:


MICHIGAN WORKS!
NORTHEAST
CONSORTIUM

20709 State Street
Onaway, MI 49765
(989) 733-8548
general@nemcworks.org

DIRECTOR:
Marisue Moreau

DISCOVERNORTHEASTMICHIGAN.ORG

@MWNEMC

@MICHIGANWORKSNORTHEASTCONSORTIUM

MICHIGAN WORKS NORTHEAST
CONSORTIUM

“Michigan Works! Northeast Consortium selflessly
contributes their time and energy in our efforts to grow
and retain our workforce. They provide assistance to
“computer challenged” candidates, they explain our job
descriptions and expectations and they help us in our
efforts to find and hire vets. They’re familiar with our
operations, our work environment and our culture – I
consider them valuable recruiting partners.”

– John Metts, HR Manager
Springs Window Fashions

22


COUNTIES SERVED:

Alcona - Alpena - Cheboygan -
Crawford - Montmorency - Oscoda -
Otsego - Presque Isle

A

K
O

MAKING AN
IMPACT IN
NORTHEAST MI

We UNITE job seekers and employers
towards a PROSPEROUS future.

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU SUCCEED?

2017-2018 RESULTS 25,230 agency visits
1,553 employers served
1,936 local jobs filled 383 trained with STTF 24
13,512 individuals served
$532k awarded in STTF


MICHIGAN WORKS!
REGION 7B
CONSORTIUM

402 North First Street
Harrison, MI 48625
(989) 539-2173
reg7b@michworks4u.org

DIRECTOR:
Mark L. Berdan
Executive Director

MICHWORKS4U.ORG

@MIWORKSREGION7B

@MIWORKSREGION7B

MICHIGAN WORKS! REGION 7B

“We offered several employees high level trainings in our
region due to the assistance from Michigan Works! Region
7B to receive Going PRO Talent Funds. We are thankful for
our relationship and value the work they do through their
many programs and partnerships to improve our business
and businesses throughout our region.”

– Vince Hicks, Owner, Modern Machinery of Beaverton

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COUNTIES SERVED:
Arenac - Clare - Gladwin - Iosco -
Ogemaw - Roscommon

A
K

Michigan Works–
an American Job Center, is an
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for
individuals with disabilities. Michigan Relay Center: 711 Voice and TDD.
Funding provided by the State of Michigan


MICHIGAN WORKS!
SOUTHEAST

1240 Packard Drive
Howell, MI 48843
(844) 200-3206
nbell@mwse.org

DIRECTOR:
William Sleight

MWSE.ORG

#MWSE

@MICHWORKSSE

@MICHIGANWORKSSOUTHEAST

MICHIGAN WORKS SOUTHEAST

“Having a partner like Michigan Works! Southeast to work with
us to solve our training needs is very beneficial. The ability to
provide advanced training opportunities to its employees benefits
both the company and the employee. The company then employs
a competent, skilled and an engaged workforce. The employee
benefits from the growth opportunities and personal/professional
development. It is a win - win.”

– Laura Wright, Human Resource Manager
Technique, Inc.

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COUNTIES SERVED:
Hillsdale - Jackson - Lenawee -
Livingston - Washtenaw

A

K

Connecting Talent
to Opportunity

Helped over 60 employers raise $2.7 Million
to train 1,805 employees and 455 new hires

40% increase in the number of USDOL

Apprenticeships from last year

Michigan Works! Southeast is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program | Auxiliary aids and other
accommodations are available upon request to individuals with disabilities | Supported by the

28State of Michigan | Proud Partner of the American Job Center Network | Michigan Relay dial
7-1-1 | Toll-free telephone number 1-800-285-WORK (9675)


MICHIGAN WORKS!
SOUTHWEST

222 South Westnedge Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
(269) 349-1533
miworks@upjohn.org

DIRECTOR:
Ben Damerow

MICHIGANWORKSSOUTHWEST.ORG

@MIWORKSSW

@MIWORKSSW

MIWORKSSW

“Michigan Works! Southwest has been a vital partner
in increasing our business outreach strategies. They
have assisted us in finding much-needed talent within
our community and provided support during the
implementation of our Medical Assistant Apprenticeship
Program. Michigan Works! Southwest continues to
assist in outreach efforts, working with staff to identify
opportunities that will sustain our program and grow our
talent pool.”

– Diane Craig, Grace Health

28


COUNTIES SERVED:
Branch - Calhoun - Kalamazoo -
St. Joseph

A

K

Southwest

Branch, Calhoun, Kalamazoo and St. Joseph Counties

PREPARE

WHAT DO WE DO?
Prepare a qualified workforce to meet the current
and emerging needs of business and industry.

EMPOWER

WHY DO WE EXIST?
To create meaningful transformation in the people,
businesses and communities we serve.

TRANSFORM 30

HOW WE WILL SUCCEED?
By fostering collaborative partnerships and empowering
a compassionate, respectful and knowledgeable team
dedicated to continuous improvement.


MICHIGAN WORKS!
WEST CENTRAL

14330 Northland Drive
Big Rapids, MI 49307
(231) 796-0049
info@michworkswc.org

DIRECTOR:
Paul Griffith
Executive Director

MICHWORKSWC.ORG

#WORKFORCEDEVELOPMENT #MONDAYMOTIVAITON

@MIWORKSWESTCENT

@MICHIGANWORKSWESTCENTRAL

MICHIGAN WORKS! WEST CENTRAL

@MICHWORKSWESTCENTRAL

“Michigan Works! West Central has assisted our company
in so many ways. Whether it’s with the Going PRO Talent
Fund application process or by helping us start USDOL
registered apprenticeships. Their services are a true
benefit to our entire community.”

– Tom Halladay, President

30 H&R Screw Machine Products, Inc.


COUNTIES SERVED:
Lake - Mason - Mecosta - Newaygo -
Oceana - Osceola

A

K

Helping employers find workers
and job seekers
find work!

“Our past is a life lesson, not a life
sentence. I wouldn’t have this job if it

weren’t for Michigan Works. ”
Amanda Franklin

In 2012 Amanda Franklin quit using drugs after
her son discovered her in the bathtub after she

overdosed. Through her own hard work,
and with the support of Michigan Works!,
Amanda now works as a Peer Recovery Coach
and helps others who battle addiction.

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NORTHWEST
MICHIGAN WORKS!

600 East Front Street, Suite 104
P.O. Box 506
Traverse City, MI 49685-0506
(231) 929-5000
nwmwa@networksnorthwest.org

DIRECTOR:
Terry Vandercook

NWMICHWORKS.ORG

@NWMICHIGANWORKS

@NORTHWESTMICHIGANWORKS!

NORTHWEST MICHIGAN WORKS!

“Northwest Michigan Works! has provided me with
great service, support and tools over the years to
help fill our employment needs. They have taken
the time to truly understand what our needs are and
have worked hard at trying to fill them.”

– David Deroshia, General Manager
Leelanau Industries, Inc.

32


COUNTIES SERVED:
Antrim - Benzie - Charlevoix - Emmet -
Grand Traverse - Kalkaska - Leelanau -
Manistee - Missaukee - Wexford

A

K

Connecting You To Opportunities

2017–2018

Business Services Northwest Michigan Adult Education

1,001 companies served 81 Graduates
$1.4 million in employer grants 23,900 hours of instruction

American Job Centers Apprenticeships

19,049 visitors 37 registered programs
46,104 total visits 184 apprentices

Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates Offender Success

193 students 235 individuals served
94% graduation rate Top 5 job placement rate

Workforce Development Partner of Networks Northwest 34


OAKLAND COUNTY
MICHIGAN WORKS!

2100 Pontiac Lake Road
Waterford, MI 48328
(248) 858-5520
laked@oakgov.com

DIRECTOR:
Jennifer Llewellyn

OAKLANDCOUNTYMIWORKS.COM

#OAKLANDCOUNTY #MFGOAK #ADVANTAGEOAKLAND

@OAKLANDMIWORKS

@OAKLANDCOUNTYMIWORKS

“Oakland County Michigan Works! came to our aid
with a solution to not only help us find interested
candidates but to help balance the costs of training.
The staff has been an absolute pleasure to work
with and has provided Crystal Employment Services
with continuous support! We look forward to working
with the Oakland County Michigan Works! as we
continue to grow and recruit new talent.“

– Michael Stanley, Partner
Crystal Employment Solutions

34


COUNTY SERVED:
Oakland

A
K

Get Talent andOakland County Businesses and Residents
Career Support

FinNdetahreYOofufice 36

OaklandMIWorks.com
1-800-285-WORKS

Equal Opportunity Employer/Program | Auxiliary Aides and Services
are Available Upon Request to individuals with disabilities
Michigan Relay Center (TTY) 800.649.3777 or 711
A proud partner of the American Job Center Network | Administered
by the Oakland County Workforce Development Board


SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN
COMMUNITY ALLIANCE
(SEMCA) MICHIGAN WORKS!

25363 Eureka Road
Taylor, MI 48180
(734) 229-3500
semca@semca.org

DIRECTOR:
Gregory E. Pitoniak
Chief Executive Officer

SEMCA.ORG

@SEMCAMICHWORKS
@JOBSSEMICH
@SEMCOMMUNITYALLIANCE

SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN COMMUNITY
ALLIANCE

“Ford Motor Company has successfully partnered with
SEMCA Michigan Works! for many years. SEMCA
continues to be a great regional partner, supporting
efforts to engage with youth interested in all levels of
manufacturing careers and helping Ford and the UAW to
build a talented and skilled workforce in this region.”

– Gabby Bruno, Regional Government Relations Director
Ford Motor Company

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COUNTIES SERVED:
Monroe - Wayne (not including City of Detroit)

A
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Since 1996, the Southeast 2017-18 PHRIGOHGLRIAGMHTS
Michigan Community
Alliance (SEMCA) has 15,202 ISNEDRIVVEIDDUALS
been a leader in talent 4,239 ESEMRPVLEODYERS
development programs. 4,969 FLOILCLAELDJOBS
124K VSEISRIVTISCE CENTER
We are committed to 2,249 ITNRDAIIVNIEDDUALS
preparing job-seekers with $4.4M TPRRAOIVNIIDNEGDFUNDS
the skills to meet the talent
needs of employers today Social icon
and in the future. Rounded square
Only use blue and/or white.
For more details check out our
Brand Guidelines.

A 501 (c)(3) Michigan Non-profit Corporation. | Supported by The Talent Investment Agency, State of Michigan and other federal,state and county funding. | A proud partner of the American
Job Center Network. | Federal Contractor. Equal Opportunity Employer & Programs – Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans. Reasonable accommodations will be made upon request.


UPWARD TALENT COUNCIL
MICHIGAN WORKS!

2950 College Avenue
Escanaba, MI 49829
(906) 789-9732
mwjob@isupward.org

DIRECTOR:
William L. Raymond
Chief Executive Officer

UPMICHIGANWORKS.ORG

#MWSUCCESSSTORY #UPJOBS #MIJOB

@UPMICHIGANWORKS

@UPMICHIGANWORKS

@UPMICHIGANWORKS

“With Michigan Works! help, we were able to take a
risk on an unknown, unskilled laborer and begin to train
him into becoming a skilled laborer for the construction
industry. The transitional job program allowed us to
expend the time and effort to train him at a reduced cost
to us. Keith has learned skills that have made him a
valuable employee.”

– Jeff Peltier, J Peltier Construction

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COUNTIES SERVED:

Alger - Baraga - Chippewa - Delta - Dickinson -
Gogebic - Houghton - Iron - Keweenaw - Luce -
Mackinac - Marquette - Menominee - Ontonagon -
Schoolcraft

A
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Industry After Hours Event Impact

Free K-12 Student & Parent events to celebrate manufacturing and bust
common industry myths

4 events 600+ attendees

Held at local businesses Students and parents
and community centers

3 counties

Delta
Chippewa

Iron

8 local employers 28 school districts

VainAire, Inc.
Midwest Truck Driving School
Precision Edge Surgical Products

Connor Sports Flooring
Aspirus Iron River Hospital
Fahrner Asphalt Sealers
Lake Shore Systems, Inc.

Shamco Logging, Inc.

More events coming in 2019!

Equal Opportunity Employer Michigan Relay Center 711• Auxiliary Aids & Services Available to Individuals with Disabilities • Affiliated with the Talent Investment Agency,
State of Michigan • Supported by the State of Michigan • A Proud Partner of the American Job Center Network • 1-800-285-WORKS (9675)


WEST MICHIGAN
WORKS!

1550 Leonard NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
(616) 336-4100
info@westmiworks.org

DIRECTOR:
Jacob Maas
Chief Executive Officer

WESTMIWORKS.ORG

@WESTMIWORKS

WEST MICHIGAN WORKS BUSINESS
SOLUTIONS

“To be competitive in an industry whose only
constant is change, we must stay ahead of the tech
trends. Designing, developing and implementing
solutions for our clients requires training. We
appreciate West Michigan Works! partnership.”

– Melissa Engle, Open Systems Technologies

40


COUNTIES SERVED:
Allegan - Barry - Ionia - Kent -
Montcalm - Muskegon - Ottawa

A

K

Committed to creating a

diverse & qualified workforce

for West Michigan.

3,195

Employers Served*

44,890

Job Seekers Served*

10,506

Jobs Filled*

WESTMIWORKS.ORG

*2018 programmatic year ending 9/30/18 for Allegan, Barry, Ionia,
Kent, Montcalm, Muskegon & Ottawa counties.


ASSOCIATE
MEMBERS

VALUED PARTNERS.
COMMUNITY LEADERS.

Associate Membership is open to any organization
with an interest in workforce news and trends.

Arab Community Michigan
Center for Economic Manufacturing
and Social Services Technology Center
(ACESS) 888-414-6682
313-945-8159 the-center.org
accesscommunity.org
Monroe County
Clinton Task Force Training &
On Employment, Inc. Employment
989-224-2000 Department
camw.org 734-240-7958
co.monroe.mi.us/
Dorsey Schools officials_and_departments/
248-524-3717 departments/employment_
dorsey.edu and_training

Employment & Michigan State AFL/
Training Designs CIO Human Resources
734-858-1538 Development Inc.
etdinc.com (HRDI)
517-372-0784
Gaffney & Associates mhrdi.org
LLC
810-990-9464 Midwest Truck Driving
gaffney-associates.com School
906-789-6311
Grand Rapids midwesttruckdrivingschool.com
Community College
616-234-3714 Northwestern
grcc.edu Technological Institute
248-358-4006
42 northwesterntech.edu


Newaygo County SER Metro-Detroit
RESA 313-945-5200
231-924-8844 sermetro.org
ncresa.org
St. Clair Shores Adult &
Oakland County Community Education
Michigan Works! (Lake Shore Public
Troy Schools)
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