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Thank You

Thank You Bob’s Truck Repair and Car Care Center Receives Funding to Support Apprentices – Closing the Skills Gap “(Macomb/ St. Clair) Michigan Works has made it possible for our business to be able to support two new apprentices.” “We were able to supply starter tools, a very vital part to be able to bring […]

Making Progress as a CNC Operator Apprentice

Making Progress as a CNC Operator Apprentice Mt. Clemens Career Center Submitted by Evylon Hubbard Terrell was hired by Drake Enterprises as an on-the-job training (OJT) participant for a CNC Machinist at $17.20 per hour. Funded with a Going PRO Apprenticeship grant, Terrell completed 232 hours of OJT. He is in his first year of […]

Loss of Job Leads to Higher Wage

Lobna, Macomb St Clair Michigan Works, Success Stories

Loss of Job Leads to Higher Wage Clinton Township Career Center Submitted by Andrea Lori Curcio Lobna entered the Partnership, Accountability, Training and Hope (PATH) program in August of 2020 following the loss of her job. She knew immediately that she wanted to take the PATH training opportunity to reach her employment goal in nursing. […]

Career Begins with Job Training

Glenzell. Macomb St Clair Michigan Works, Success Stories

Career Begins with Job Training Warren Career Center Submitted by Marsha Fulton With a history of working what he referred to as dead-end jobs, Glenzell came to Michigan Works! looking for assistance to begin a career. The twenty-four-year-old enrolled with the Michigan Works! Young Professionals and working with the in-house tutor, began to prep for […]

Benefit Supports Earning of Bachelor’s Degree

Lauren, Macomb St Clair Michigan Works, Success Stories

Benefit Supports Earning of Bachelor’s Degree Roseville Career Center Submitted by Brianna Jack At the time she became a participant in the Partnership, Accountability, Training and Hope (PATH) program, Lauren was a single mom attending Chamberlain University. Working to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, her hours of training and study counted […]

It’s Just the Beginning

Andorra, Macomb St Clair Michigan Works, Success Stories

It’s Just the Beginning  Clinton Township Career Center Submitted by Michael Draheim    Nearly three years following completion of training, former Michigan Works! participant, Andorra, provided the career planner with her career update. Laid off as a Sales Development Representative in 2019, she had been unhappy with cold calling and sales jobs. Looking to return […]

Starting a New Life in America

Oleg, Macomb St Clair Michigan Works, Sucess Stories

Starting a New Life in America Port Huron Career Center Submitted by Ann Austin Quiet and unassuming, Oleh and his wife arrived in the United States last August to flee their war-torn city in Ukraine. They moved in with their daughter and her family in Marine City. All that he and his wife had worked […]

Working Towards a Dream

Nicole, Macomb St Clair Michigan Works, Sucess Stories

Working Towards a Dream Port Huron Career Center Submitted by Merissa Pacholek Nicole began working with Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works! in 2011 while enrolled in the Youth Program. She expressed interest in the medical field and was able to complete a Certified Nursing Assistant and a Medical Assistant training program. These occupational certificates lead her […]

Veteran Benefits from Training Grant Following a Thirty-two Year Detour

Matthew, Macomb St Clair Michigan Works, Sucess Stories

Veteran Benefits from Training Grant Following a Thirty-two Year Detour Warren Career Center Submitted by Erica Clifford Matthew served in the United States Army and was stationed in Germany from 1988 – 1992 where he met his wife. They remained in Germany to raise their family after being discharged from the Army. Thirty-two years later, […]

Aspiring Nurse Achieves Goal

Angelic, Macomb St Clair, Success Stories

Aspiring Nurse Achieves Goal Port Huron Career Center Submitted by Taylor Prouty As a dislocated worker, Angelic was co-enrolled as a training participant receiving assistance for tuition and fees through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and as a participant with the Partnership, Accountability, Training, and Hope (PATH) program. Angelic had returned to the […]