The Engineering Society of Detroit Thursday introduced a multi-step process to boost the number of badly needed, scarce high-tech workers in southeast Michigan — and give them more jobs to work in.
Hundreds of high-tech jobseekers chased thousands of high-tech jobs Monday at the Engineering Society of Detroit engineering and technical job fair.
Organizers say the Engineering Society of Detroit’s latest job fair could be record-setting, with dozens of companies, looking to fill more than 4,000 positions.
If you’re looking for any kind of engineering, scientific or technical job, the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi is the place to be today between 2 and 7 p.m.
In honor of Focus: HOPE’s co-founder Eleanor Josaitis, recipient of The Engineering Society of Detroit’s 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award, ESD and its Institute will establish the Eleanor Josaitis Engineering Hope Scholarship.
The day has finally arrived for more than 100 middle school students from Detroit Public Schools to unveil their plan for a better city in which they would like to live and work.
The Engineering Society of Detroit continues its commitment to finding ways to nurturing and promoting the energy industry in the State of Michigan. In support of that effort ESD will hold two important conferences in the next two months: Solid Waste Technical Conference on April 12 and the ESD/DTE Energy Conference on May 10.
The list of companies recruiting at the Engineering Society of Detroit’s Job Fair on Monday has risen to 40, which increases the total number of jobs available to 2,500 — all in Michigan.
The Engineering Society of Detroit provided a wide-ranging look at the challenges and opportunities in renewable energy for Michigan and the globe overall at its annual Alternative Energy Conference Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn. […]
Among the good news coming out of Michigan is the return of Chrysler and General Motors to the Engineering Society of Detroit’s Engineering and Technology Spring Job Fair Monday, March 7 from 2 to 7 p.m.