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Detroit at Work Career Centers will be closed in observance of President’s Day, Monday, Feb. 18.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan (Photo: Daniel Mears, The Detroit News) Detroit — The city’s west side will soon be home to a $30 million facility that will provide free skilled trades training for up to 1,500 students per year — and they’ll earn wages and benefits while they learn, officials announced Monday. The Michigan Statewide Carpenters and Millwrights Joint
The TechHire program encompasses technology training provided by Detroit At Work. The goal of our program is to ensure our cohorts get into IT career pathways that will lead to additional training or employment.
Detroit at Work’s newsletter for March 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
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Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan (Photo: Daniel Mears, The Detroit News) Detroit — The city's west side will soon be home to a $30 million facility that will provide free skilled trades training for up to 1,500 students per year — and they'll earn wages and benefits...read more
Detroit Area Talent Development Successes Honored by State Leaders, Workforce Experts at State Capitol
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Joins Local Lawmakers in Celebrating Local Talent, Career Development Efforts in Southeastern Michigan LANSING, MI (Feb. 28, 2019)— Southeastern Michigan talent development and employment successes were among those celebrated by state leaders at...read more
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.read more
Detroit at Work Career Centers will be closed in observance of President’s Day, Monday, Feb. 18.read more
Are you a Detroit youth 14-24 looking for a summer job? Want to apply through Grow Detroit’s Young Talent but need help with the application? Do you have questions about the GDYT application process? Application assistance events will be hosted on Saturdays at each of...read more
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....read more
Detroit at Work’s newsletter for February was recently published.read more
With training courses, workshops, recruitment events and thousands of jobs, Detroit at Work is the right first step on a new career path. Come in and see us today.read more
Free training for a wide range of Detroit skilled trades careers. Information and registration meetings every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 10 a.m.read more
Detroit at Work’s newsletter for January was recently published.read more
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