BENTON HARBOR, Mich.- When employers are asked about their number one concern, they often talk about finding skilled, work-ready talent and Michigan Works! has a solution available to help them do just that with a series of hiring events.
Michigan Works! has two upcoming hiring events taking place in both Cass County and Van Buren County. The Cass County hiring event will take place on Tuesday, October 11 from 11:00 am -2:00 pm at the Business Center of Southwest Michigan, located at 415 E Prairie Ronde St in Dowagiac. The Van Buren County hiring event will take place on November 1 from 11:00 am- 2:00 pm at the Van Buren ISD Conference Center, located at 490 S Paw Paw St in Lawrence.
“Our hiring events have been a major success for southwest Michigan employers and job seekers. We’re excited to bring them on the road and host two additional hiring events. These events will feature local employers from various sizes and industries,” said Michael Mompremier, Business Solutions Manager at Michigan Works! Berrien, Cass, Van Buren.
Individuals who would like to participate at one or both events should arrive interview ready with an updated resume. Individuals are encouraged to pre-register their attendance here.
Masks are not required, however, they will be provided.
“We would also like to encourage individuals who would like to attend these hiring event, to stop in one of our Michigan Works! service centers in the days or weeks prior to the events to polish their resume, write a cover letter, and even sit through some mock interviews to brush up on their skills. Our team is ready to help you prepare for your next step,” Mompremier added.
Employers looking to have a table at one or both of the hiring event at no cost should contact Michael Mompremier at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Capacity is limited. For more information or general questions, visit www.miworks.org/events
Michigan Works! of Berrien, Cass, Van specializes in educating, training, and employing individuals of all ages. We work with local businesses to find out what keeps them up at night and help them tackle the most pressing challenges they may face, including attracting and retaining talent. For more information, visit www.miworks.org