Capital Area Michigan Works Sets Legislative Breakfast: An educated community creates a prosperous region, but we’re not there yet. Currently, only 27.7 percent of individuals in the greater Lansing area hold a bachelor’s degree or more. Low education industries are shrinking in the region while high education industries continue to grow, creating an even larger need to attract and retain talent. Please join Capital Area Michigan Works at its next Legislative Breakfast as we discuss how we can attract and invest in young, creative talent, a sought after element integral to a prosperous community. We encourage you to invite and bring with you mentees, interns and student employees to engage them in the conversation. The event runs from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at Capital Area Michigan Works, 2110 S. Cedar Street, Lansing. To RSVP, please register online or contact Kimburley Timlin, Communications Assistant, at (517) 708-4009 or


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