Chris Holman welcomes Karla Spoor SPHR, SHRM-SCP. Senior Vice President/Human Resources. Dart Bank, Mason Office, MI, to the studio. CAMW! (Capital Area Michigan Work's MVP (Most Valuable Partner) for May 2019 is Dart Bank. Their primary focus is to discuss the Going Pro Talent Fund and how Dart Bank is involved. SO,.. What is the Going Pro Talent Fund?
Chris Holman speaks with Becky Powers, CFO, Capital Area Michigan Works!, Lansing, MI. He looks to find out all about Going Pro in Michigan.
Brian Wing, LiUNA apprentice, addresses students during Going PRO in Michigan Signing Week event at Oakland Schools Technical Campus - Northeast.
Lansing, Mich. – The inaugural Going PRO in Michigan Signing Week events on May 7 and May 10 will recognize students from career centers in Oakland and Saginaw counties and honor their dedication to pursue one of the many high-wage, high-demand apprenticeships or Professional Trades opportunities available statewide.
LANSING, Mich.—Steve Gray, 57, a professor and attorney with 30 years of expertise in unemployment insurance and administrative law, has been selected to lead Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA).
New event giving 4,400 youth hands-on career exploration
LANSING, Mich. – Picture students standing on the floor of the Lansing Center learning to code from a computer science engineer, developing a Snapchat
filter with a social media manager and drawing blood from a manikin while a nurse helps guide them. Well that’s exactly what MiCareerQuest Capital Area had in store for the expected 4,400 regional students on Friday, April 26, 2019.
The Michigan Business Network was on the road to Grand Rapids Michigan for the Experience for Hire event put on by AARP Michigan and West Michigan Works (Wednesday, March 27, 2019). Founder of MBN and President of AARP Michigan, Chris Holman had the opportunity to speak with representatives from AARP and West Michigan Works! along with some of the participants of this one of a kind event.
National Welding Month offers important opportunity to spotlight, recognize professionals in high-wage, high-demand field
LANSING, Mich.— With more than 1,500 annual openings and a shrinking Professional Trades workforce, Michigan needs more welders.
Executive Director of Central Michigan Manufacturing Association (CMMA) Harry Leaver joins small business advocate Chris Holman on the Michigan Business Beat.
Chris Holman talks with Ron J. Stefanski, Managing Director, Corporate Education of Penn Foster about Skills Forward DETROIT: City-Focused Talent Academy.