5 ways to stay productive between jobs

It’s really easy to get discouraged or depressed during your job search. Here are five ways to keep your job search upbeat and successful. Connect with past co-workers. Let them …

From bleak to bright future

D’Angelo Green will graduate from Muskegon Heights High School Academy with a very bright future. But the outlook hasn’t always been so positive. A bleak future At the start of …

How do I register for work?

There are two steps to filing for unemployment insurance. Your first step is to file a claim for unemployment insurance.  Your second step is to register for work with a …

Ask the Career Coach: Mark

Have you seen our monthly series on Facebook, Ask a Career Coach? We’re traveling to our service centers to sit down with a career coach LIVE to give you a …

Warm Hearts, Capable Hands

by Jane Kreha, Director of Marketing West Michigan Works! and its program partner, Michigan Career and Technical Institute (MCTI), graduated two classes of Certified Nurse Aids (CNAs) this May. In …

Going PRO Signing Day for Allegan Youth

Going PRO apprenticeship readiness participants with their new employers Program matches young adults with manufacturing employers Wednesday, May 30 was “signing day” for six Allegan residents eager to begin careers …



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