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  • Mar 21, 2020
    DETROITERS! Companies are in need of trained nurses, medical assistants, and CNAs for full time, part time, and short term work. Details coming early next week. If you're experienced and looking for a job, let us know! Sign up here and we'll send you more information: Loading…
  • Mar 18, 2020
    Dear Detroit at Work Employer Partners, Last night, I talked directly to State of Michigan – Labor and Economic Opportunity leadership about their plans to support small businesses during this time. While we expect more details to follow later today, there is immediate guidance from the State for employers on how to treat layoffs as a result of COVID-19. Please DO NOT lay off any employees at this time. Instead, place them on paid/unpaid leave, according to your policies and/or the time available in their time-off banks. The State of Michigan advises that within the next 36 hours, we will....
  • Mar 16, 2020
    A Detroit at Work Update on the City’s Digital Equity and Inclusion Plan As Detroit at Work expands our selection of virtual (on-line) classes and workshops, we will keep you in-the-know on resources that can help you access the internet at home or on-the-go. Detroit at Work is working closely with the City’s Digital Equity and Inclusion Team and will share updates here. Comcast has launched an effort to increase internet speeds and provide free internet for 60 days to qualifying residents enrolled/seeking to enroll in their Internet Essentials program. If you know someone who does not have internet, or....
  • Mar 16, 2020
    From Nicole Sherard-Freeman, Executive Director of Workforce Development and Detroit at Work - City of Detroit Hey Detroit at Work Friends! Detroit at Work Career Centers are still open, and we are evaluating our schedule of events on a daily basis. Please check Detroitatwork.com or call 1-313-962-WORK to stay up-to-date on the events and services available at your neighborhood Detroit at Work Career Center. In the meantime, there are three important things we want you to know we're doing: 1. Giving our dedicated Detroit at Work staff the information and materials needed to keep themselves and our customers safe. 2....
  • Mar 11, 2020
    To attend a job readiness event at one of our Detroit at Work career centers, select your preferred location from the list below, and then show up 30 minutes early so that we have time to get you registered. Location Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 24424 W McNichols, Detroit 48219 10AM & 2PM 10AM & 2PM 11AM &3PM 1PM & 6PM 9AM & 2PM 18100 Meyers, Detroit 48235 10AM & 2PM 10AM & 2PM 10AM & 2PM 10AM & 2PM 10AM & 2PM 14117 E. Seven Mile, Detroit, 48205 11:30AM & 2:30PM 11:30AM & 2:30PM 11:30AM & 2:30PM 11:30AM &....
  • Feb 20, 2020
    Tutoring Available for FCA Jobseekers Tutoring for Jobseekers Detroit At Work and Fiat Chrysler want you to be successful during the FCA application process. To help you complete a successful application, Detroit At Work is offering free tutoring workshops for jobseekers who've participated in an FCA Job Readiness Event. What do the Classes Cover? Tutoring classes cover one of three topics: Digital skills for online test taking How to show a positive attitude and teamwork skills Quantitative skills for problem-solving, process monitoring and time management How do I Register? Log in by hitting the button below Select any event that....
  • Feb 07, 2020
    The City of Detroit –Department of Elections and Detroit At Work are hosting recruitment events for polling inspectors at our Career Center - Meyers location. Check in time is at 8:30 a.m. We are looking for hard-working, team-oriented, dedicated people with a commitment to excellence in customer service. This is a great temporary opportunity to earn $175- $250 for work on March 10th. Those who work March 10th, will also be able to work future election days on August 4th and November 3rd. Individuals must be available to attend 1-2 days of training. The training days are at least 3....
  • Feb 05, 2020
    UPCOMING Job Readiness Events in the Community for Detroiters! Join Us For Our NEXT Community Job Readiness Events for FCA! To attend a job readiness event in the community, select your preferred location from the list below, and then show up 30 minutes early so that we have time to get you registered. At these events you will be asked to: • Listen to a presentation about the FCA job opportunities available and the application process • Complete a practice mechanical reasoning test similar to the one you may see in the job application itself • Sign a drug free....
  • Feb 04, 2020
    Earned Income Tax Credit for Detroiters SELF-PREPARE TAX Workshop Make an appointment to claim your Earned Income Tax Credit Today! If you earned income from a job or self-employment this year, you could be eligible to receive an extra $500-$6,400 from the IRS this 2020 Tax season! The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) adds to your tax refund to provide extra cash for low-to-moderate-income working individuals and couples. To claim the EITC, you must file your taxes. WHAT TO BRING Copy of 2018 tax return, if available, or their AGI reported on the 2018 return. Social Security Number or Individual....
  • Feb 03, 2020
  • Jan 28, 2020
    Detroit — Detroit residents will have a second chance in April to apply before others for jobs at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's new assembly plant on the city's east side. Some 3,500 Detroiters already have been invited to interview with the automaker for the positions, but the company has 3,850 new positions to fill at the plant and eventually another 1,100 at the adjacent Jefferson North Assembly Plant. And not all of the 12,000 candidates who pre-qualified to apply followed up with applications. "We want as many of the 5,000 jobs as possible to go to Detroit residents,” Mayor Mike....
  • Jan 22, 2020
    Apprenticeship Readiness Workshop Detroit at Work, in partnership with DTE Energy and Henry Ford College, are providing information sessions on Overhead Line Worker and Underground Cable Splicer apprenticeship training. To participate participants should have: Required qualifications: • High school diploma or equivalent • Commercial driver’s license (CDL) preferred or to be eligible to receive a CDL • Complete a Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) assessment prior to start of Apprenticeship Readiness Workshop Desired experience in one of the following: • Military • Electrical background • Apprentice Lineman Schooling • ALBAT* • Line Clearance Tree Trim • Construction • Utility....

 

 

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