Gives access to these quality resources at no cost: resumé writing, job search options, interview preparation and career coaching
Take your career in a new direction with a training grant of up to $4,000! The COVID-19 Recovery Program offers eligible job seekers opportunities to receive free training for a range of high-demand, high-tech jobs across the region in health care, advanced manufacturing and information technology.
Oakland County Michigan Works! is launching a brand new series of financial wellness workshops to help you address a variety of challenges and seize financial opportunities. There is something for everyone.
credit and debt management, budgeting, investing, credit scores, paying for higher education, retirement planning, homeownership, elderly care, and more.
National, state and regional experts lead the workshops, which are open to anyone who is interested in better managing their money
Do you need food, job search or training assistance? Individuals with food, job search or training needs may volunteer to participate in the Food Assistance, Employment and Training Program, managed by the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS).
$27 million in funding available across the state for FY2021. Employers — Get the money and resources you need to find and train talent. Learn how to apply at a free information session.
You may qualify for free expungement assistance through Oakland County Clean Slate Program,for persons who have criminal records, expungement opens the door to better jobs, better housing and educational opportunities - a better quality of life.
Take your online learning to the next level through Oakland NEXT. Qualified participants have the opportunity to earn a certification for free.
The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Program is a federal program established under the Trade Adjustment Assistance Reauthorization Act of 2015. The program provides multiple benefits to workers who lose their jobs or whose hours of work and wages are reduced as a result of increased imports.
Eligible participants will receive funding of up to $4,000 for a variety of training opportunities. Increasing use of technology has impacted many employers throughout Oakland County, most notably in the retail, financial services and manufacturing sectors. This has forced them to make adjustments to their workforce, as required skill sets have changed.