Baldwin, MI 49304
Phone: 231-745-2703 or 800-981-2623
Center Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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|Our Workforce Service Center in
Baldwin will help you find work in any County within the State of Michigan
in which you would like to work. All of our services are free. We have
experienced, helpful staff here in our office and computers you can use
for job-finding on the internet. If you're not sure how to use the
internet for job-finding, don't worry: it's easy and we'll help you do
The Workforce Service Center is where everything is in one place: job seekers come here to find work, employers come here to find workers, and service agencies are here to help. These are the partner agencies that offer their services through the Lake County Workforce Service Center:
|The Foundation for Behavioral Resources operates all the adult and youth employment and training programs (Workforce Investment Act and Welfare to Work) in Lake and Mason Counties for Michigan Works! West Central.
Services to job seekers include:
- Match you with employers
- Test for job compatibility
- Pay a portion of starting salary
- Offer classroom training
- Assist with supportive services
Services to employers include:
- Advertise job openings
- Take applications and pre-screen applicants
- Basic skills testing for applicants, if position requires
- Help defray the cost of training new unskilled employees
The Foundation for Behavioral Resources is a non-profit corporation with affiliates throughout Michigan.
FBR website: www.fbrmichigan.org
|Newaygo County Regional Educational Service Agency administers Pure Michigan Talent Connect, an Internet based statewide system designed to link
Employers and Job Seekers easily and free of charge in the West Central region. The Michigan Works!
Employment Services (ES) Specialist will also assist and guide clients to
create or perfect a "traditional" resume, cover letters, and instruct with
job interview tips and preparation. The ES Specialist will also key in on
"special" assistance that any agency (Veteran's Representative,
Rehabilitation Services, etc.) may be able
to lend the job seeker to enhance their ability to compete in the job
market. These referrals are key in attracting new clients to obtain
assistance and to allow a full range of networking opportunities between
NCRESA website: www.ncresa.org
"Your Best Bet, Hire a Vet." The Veterans Employment helps with job referral and placement; assists in resume writing and career planning. The Veterans Representative also helps with interview skills and offers Labor market Information as well as information on veterans benefits.
For more information visit: www.mitalent.org/veterans