“Bridging Michigan’s Workforce Divide” airs at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, June 2, right before “60 Minutes.”
Working together, with “relentless positive action” we can reverse the brain drain, match employees with employers, and provide a solid foundation to continue rebuilding the state we love to call home.
Employers want to know that you are passionate about the field to which you are applying.
The Technical Talent Development Program, funded by a $5 million federal grant, is providing funding to local companies to train current employees and new hires for high-level information technology positions.
How can these students make sure they are making the most of their summer internships?
Marquette is hardly alone in competing successfully in the talent attraction battle; there are a number of rural communities that are succeeding. However, this is not by accident.
The crew got off to another red-hot year in 2013 including NAIAS, The Big Four leaders forum, Pancakes & Politics with Gov. Snyder, Detroit’s Archbishop Vigneron. There’s a lot to be said and headlines still to be made in 2013.
The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy will introduce a baby journal in Michigan aimed at new moms that will be given at hospitals called “Love, Read, Learn.”
Just as the General Motors, Ford and the city of Detroit has been forced to go through major changes as the economy and market place has changed, so too the Archdiocese of Detroit.
There has been a guessing game playing out as to who the EFM might be — which is where Romney’s name surfaced as some national pundits raised it in recent days for the job.