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The Michigan Works! system is open to everyone for information gathering, local and state labor market information, and self-serve career information.  The system helps employers find the skilled workers they need, and helps job seekers find good jobs that provide economic self-sufficiency.                      

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Last month, 44 people found employment through Central Area Michigan Works! Consortium, with estimated annual wages of $1,135,368! 
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Veteran Information
In accordance with the Jobs for Veterans Act (PL 107-288), Central Area Michigan Works! Consortium and the Michigan Works! Service Centers offer Priority of Service to veterans and eligible spouses.  Please click here to learn more about Priority of Service.

UPCOMING EVENTS


Job Fair Information


 

Wednesday, April 23

9 am -3 pm

Mt. Pleasant Michigan Works! Service Center

 


HOT JOBS

Crawford Contracting, Inc, has an immediate need for two positions.  Click on the job title below for more information.  Applications are available at the Mt. Pleasant Michigan Works! Service Center. 

Road Construction Equipment Operator

Road Construction Foreman

 

Mid Michigan Industries has an immediate need for the three positions below.  Click on the job title for more information.  Applications are available at the Michigan Works! Service Centers in Alma, Ionia, and Mt. Pleasant.

CLS Coach

Connections Coach

Case Manager


 

 


 IN THE NEWS!

  •  Michigan Works! joins efforts with Ionia DDA

http://www.sentinel-standard.com/article/20131014/NEWS/131019714/1003/NEWS

 

 

 


 

  NOTICES

 

Public Notice

 

The Central Area Michigan Works! Consortium (CAMWC) may be soliciting proposals for WIA Youth employment and training programs.  It is anticipated that the Request for Proposal (RFP) will be released April 18, 2014 and posted on the CAMWC website, www.camwc.org.  Pre-Bid Notices are due Wednesday, April 30, 2014, no later than 3:30 pm.  Proposals are due May 9, 2014, no later than 3:30 pm.  The RFP document will be made available in alternative format, e.g., large type, audio tape or other format upon request to Kimberly Becker (616) 754-9315, TTY: 711.  CAMWC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.  Female and minority-owned businesses are encouraged to apply.


REQUEST FOR BIDS

Central Area Michigan Works! Consortium is seeking office space in Gratiot County and Ionia County for the purpose of locating a "One-Stop" service center. The request for bids are listed below

 

 

 

 

All questions pertaining to this solicitation for bids must be received by April 9. All questions and answers will be posted on the www.camwc.org website by April 11.

 

In order to be considered, bids must be received no later than 3:00 p.m. April 30, 2014. 


  

 

DEMAND OCCUPATION LISTING

(updated 3/21/2014)

 

Demand Occupation Listing.pdf

 

 


Current Request for Proposals

 

Request for Audit Services for the year ended June 30, 2014

 

WIA YOUTH Request for Proposal

 

 

For Current Request for Proposals, click here.

 

 

 

 

Brandon Russell

Brandon came to Michigan Works! as basic skills deficient, homeless, and a high school graduate. He had a work history but had trouble balancing permanent employment with school and life expectations.

 

Case Managers worked with Brandon to develop strong job search techniques as well as developing a skills profile which allowed him to communicate to employers the benefits in hiring him. Brandon and Case Managers worked together to develop plans to balance school, work, and other life occurrences. Case Managers also worked to help Brandon enroll in Montcalm Community College for his Automotive Mechanic Certificate by helping develop an academic plan and applying for financial aid. WIA Youth funding helped cover the large cost of tools required for the Automotive Mechanic Certificate field experience. Case managers also helped Brandon find stable housing, and continue to support him in developing complete independence.

 

Earlier this month Ed Koehn of Greenville hired Brandon as a full time mechanic. They are willing to work around his school schedule as they consider this an investment in a great employee. He plans on returning for his Associates degree and eventually opening his own business. Of the program Brandon says: "Michigan Works! helped give me direction. They helped me make a plan, and they believed in me, so I believed I could do it."

 

 

Click here for more stories of success.

 
Contact Information
Central Area Michigan Works! Consortium
904 Oak DriveTurkLake
Greenville, MI  48838
 
Phone: (616) 754-9315
Fax:     (616) 754-9310 
711-TTY 
 
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