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Newaygo County (Fremont)

We are moving our Newaygo County location to the city of Newaygo. Our Fremont location will be closed on November 27th, to begin our five day move to our new office, located at 9075 S. Mason Drive in Newaygo! We will open the doors at our new location at 8 a.m. on Monday, December 2nd. Our phone number will remain the same!

5479 West 72nd Street
Fremont, MI 49412

Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Monday through Friday

Closed for lunch 12:00-1:00 pm


As a one-stop Service Center, you'll have access to representatives from:


Michigan State The Right Place  

Our One-Stop Service Centers are equipped with computers for Internet job search (search Pure Michigan Talent Connect to find hundreds of job openings in our region) and resume development, as well as copiers, telephones, and fax machines at no cost for your job search related use. Best of all, friendly staff is available to assist you every step of the way.

We also provide a variety of resource materials to assist you in finding employment, in addition to information on industries that are hiring, interviewing tips, resume and cover letter assistance, and more. Information on training institutions and community service information are also available.

Career Building Assistance

Long-term unemployment, an unsteady economy, and new skill requirements can make it difficult to transition into your next job. Michigan Works! staff is available to assist you in determining a career path, analyzing your current job search techniques and strategies, and offer advice.

Training for Your Career

Assistance with on-the-job, classroom, and short-term training opportunities is available in high-demand careers to prepare you for today's workforce.

Assessing Your Current Skills

We can also offer career and skill assessments to help you determine what career may be a good fit for you. Using quality assessments, such as WorkKeys, can help you determine the careers your skills would best fit or what areas you may want to work on improving.