5 Tips for Acing Virtual Interviews

Over the past 2 years, the Covid-19 pandemic made virtual interviews necessary. As a result of social distancing and working remotely, virtual interviews became the more popular way to conduct the hiring process. Virtual interviews are likely to stay post-pandemic as well as it is convenient for employers, ease scheduling conflicts, and can broaden the […]

Job Seeker Success At The Macomb Talent Showcase

As a student at Chippewa Valley High School, David participated in the Career Technical Education program and the early college program to advance his career. David received an email about partaking in the Macomb Talent Showcase where he would attend three workshops to develop his professional presentation of himself and the chance to showcase his […]

Master of Social Work Success

Ariel’s Story: Master of Social Work Success Ariel was participating in an internship with the St. Clair County Department of Health and Human Services and was close to earning a Master of Social Work degree. Soon, Arial came to the Partnership, Accountability, Training, and Hope (PATH) program. The PATH program provides services that lead to […]

Are You Making These Resume Mistakes?

A resume is one of the most essential documents in your job applications. It showcases your achievements, academics, skills, and work history. Employers use it to help determine your fit for a particular position. Whether you are an entry-level or an experienced professional, it is important to make sure your resume is free of mistakes. […]

Continued: Navigating the Career Search After Graduation

June is Youth Employment Month! We are wrapping this month up with helpful tips to help you navigate the career search after graduation. Click here to read the first part of the article. Use Your Network According to CNBC, several recent graduates had a great piece of advice: Use your resources! Being early in your […]

Navigating the Career Search After Graduation

If you have recently graduated, you may be feeling the pressure to get a career after graduation. There is no magic formula for finding a career, however, there are plenty of tips and tricks to help you stay organized and diligent during your job search. Below are career searching tips to help you land your […]

Training Leads Young Professional To Employment

In January, Logan came to Mount Clemens Michigan Works! office. He disclosed the disadvantages he went through that often correlate with negative life outcomes, but he was lucky enough to be an outlier to those statistics. However, being only 18 years old, he had very little work experience and limited skill sets. With the ambition […]

Job Seeker Turns a Setback into a Comeback

  Job seeker Josh L. came to Michigan Works! in March 2018 looking for a fresh start. He had significant barriers affecting his ability to secure and retain stable employment. At twenty-three years old, Josh knew he wanted to make a big change in his life, but realized he needed a little guidance and possibly […]

Press Release: Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works! Launches Health Care Apprenticeship Initiative

Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works! launches health care apprenticeship initiative Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works! will host a one-hour Employer Information Session to announce the registered apprenticeship health care expansion initiative. This event will review available grant funding as well as host representatives from key partners that will be available to discuss how to assist in building […]

Going Pro Talent Fund Closes Skills Gap

Drake Enterprises Incorporated of Clinton Township, Michigan, manufactures driveline and transmission components. The company officially began its production with Plant 2. Plant 2 is the newly acquired 38,000 square foot building. Drake Enterprises promoted 11 employees to oversee the new processes. This was made possible because of the partnership Drake Enterprises has with Macomb/St. Clair […]