The Michigan Economic Development Corp. awarded $100,000 to Ann Arbor Spark to expand the MichAgain program, which meets with Michigan college and university graduates who have moved to other cities in an attempt to lure them back to Michigan to fill the state’s sudden increase in job opportunities.
The latest meetings and events from Michigan’s technology-focued companies and institutions
Through a new collaborative program called Connect Sixty-Four, businesses along the 64-mile stretch of I-94 between St. Joseph and Battle Creek have formed an alliance to hire so-called trailing spouses — husbands and wives following their spouses to a new community after the other gets a new job.
The Michigan Department of Human Services needs people to work in child welfare services, including foster care, adoption, and juvenile cases.
With an eye out for the future, an education and recruitment campaign — Consumers Energy on Campus — will be coming to schools throughout Michigan during October. Consumers Energy employees will be paying visits to […]