Made In Michigan Hiring Event To Be Held In Macomb County

Clinton Twp., MI - Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works! (M/SC MW!) will host a Made in Michigan Hiring Event to highlight careers in food production and so area companies can meet local talent. Job seekers are encouraged to bring their resumes, as employers are looking to hire as soon as possible.

“We are excited to launch this hiring event and connect businesses with local job seekers,” said Justin Al-Igoe, executive director for M/SC MW!. “We are currently recruiting businesses that manufacture food products to attend. This type of manufacturing is often overlooked, but they are great careers in a unique work environment.”

The Made in Michigan Hiring Event will be held on Thursday, October 6th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Macomb Community College South Campus, John Lewis – K Building. Interested job seekers can visit www.macomb-stclairworks.org/mmw or call (586) 434-0558 to register for this event.

For hiring event preparation, job seekers can attend a no-cost employability workshop. M/SC MW! workshops provide the information and training needed to prepare for job fairs including resume writing as well as interview preparation. Get ready for the Made in Michigan hiring event by visiting https://www.macomb-stclairworks.org/events.

About The Macomb/St. Clair Workforce Development Board
 The Macomb/St. Clair Workforce Development Board administers the Michigan Works! Service System in Macomb and St. Clair counties. Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works! is an equal opportunity employer/program. Supported in part by state and/or federal funds. A proud partner of the American Job Center network. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Michigan Works! agencies oversee comprehensive services designed to help employers access a skilled workforce and help job seekers access satisfying careers. Programs also include workshops to prepare youth and unskilled adults for entry into the labor force and help individuals who are disadvantaged or who face serious barriers to employment develop skills through training that leads to employment and ultimately economic self-sufficiency.

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