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Detroit at Work Career Centers will be closed in observance of President’s Day, Monday, Feb. 18.
The city of Detroit is seeking to hire 50 individuals who have valid commercial driver’s licenses to operate vehicles this year as part of its annual park maintenance efforts. The starting pay rate is $14.71 per hour.
Free training for a wide range of Detroit skilled trades careers. Information and registration meetings every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 10 a.m.
Detroit at Work’s newsletter for November was recently published.
Detroit at Work is hosting a major hiring event for employers such as MGM Grand and Aretha Franklin (Chene) Park. Bring multiple copies of your resume. If you don’t have a resume, visit detroiatwork.com/events/ to see times for Resume Workshops. Multiple Hospitality positions will be available such as: Bartenders Cooks Servers Dishwashers Job offers may be made on
Hamed came to Detroit At Work with many barriers, but through our supportive services he was able to find a job at a supermarket. He attended ESL classes, was able to get his driver’s license, and found appropriate housing. He said, “I’m very happy being in the U.S. I can care for my family, and get
At his recent State of the City address, Mayor Mike Duggan shared a lot of the progress that has been made as well as his plans for more progress yet to come. See the full speech below.
In observance of the holidays, Detroit at Work Career Centers will be closed the following days: Monday, December 24, 2018 Tuesday, December 25, 2018 Monday, December 31, 2018 Tuesday, January 1, 2019 We wish you a safe and happy holiday season!read more
Detroit at Work’s newsletter for November was recently published.read more
Hamed came to Detroit At Work with many barriers, but through our supportive services he was able to find a job at a supermarket. He attended ESL classes, was able to get his driver's license, and found appropriate housing. He said, "I'm very happy being in the U.S. I...read more
Before driver responsibility fees were forgiven statewide on October 1st, 2018, Lynitra set out to get her license reinstated with the help of Detroit At Work. After attending job training, she was able to get her license back early and the reinstatement fee waived.read more
Williemae came into one of our Career Centers to get assistance with removing barriers. She attended classes on resume writing, maintaining employment, and financial literacy. With Detroit At Work's help, she was able to get her license and find a car. She now...read more
Torrence came into one of our Career Centers to attend orientation and get information on obtaining a trade. A recruiter was there from the Greektown Casino and was impressed with his background in security. He sat for an impromptu interview, despite being hesitant...read more
Siboniso lost employment at her former job and needed help finding employment. She visited one of our Career Centers, and participated in several workshops including resume maker and interview skills. She ended up choosing the job she wanted -- at Comcast. She said,...read more
Emanuel is a returning citizen who came into one of our Career Centers looking for help in finding employment. He enrolled in CDL-A training after deciding that was the career path for him. He received his license in early 2018 after completing training, and was...read more
Kenyon heard about opportunities Detroit At Work offers through his mother. He came into one of the One Stops, took the GAINS test, and passed. He qualified for culinary training and received his SafeServ certificate. After receiving his certificate, he found a job...read more
After learning about training programs offered through Detroit At Work in the reentry program, Dwayne came into one of our Career Centers, took the GAINS test and passed, and qualified for culinary training. He completed training and is now working at a restaurant...read more
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