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Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
In this workshop, attendees will learn to: Think "out of the box" to identify your transferable skills. Develop an Employment Objective to attract potential employers. Identify your personal qualities using the SCANS architecture to build your personal profile in Pure Michigan Talent Connect. Develop a skills list using ONET to build your resume. Use Pure Michigan Talent Connect to identify potential employers. Gain advantage (marketability and value-add) when seeking employment. This workshop is appropriate to any job seeker.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Individuals who are unemployed, underemployed or transitioning into a new career can learn about networking. Participants will also enhance their employability and knowledge of today’s changing workforce and marketplace.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Spherion recruiters will be at Capital Area Michigan Works! in Lansing from 9am-12pm looking for candidates for CNC Machine Operator, Inbound Call Center Represtentative, Microsoft Excel Expert, and Billing Processing Clerk.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Learn how to put Pure Michigan Talent Connect to work for you. Post an online Resume for employers to view. Discover how employers use the talent bank to find potential employees and what requirements they must meet to post a job. Use the job search option to look for local job postings. Explore many other interesting and useful links available on Pure Michigan Talent Connect.


St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Interested in what Capitol Area Michigan Works! can do for you? Come attend our Services Orientation and learn how to reinvent your job search!
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Discover resources and workshops available to help with re-employment strategies for the Plus 50 worker
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Created to provide targeted information to the experienced job seeker.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn the basic tips for an effective resume.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Understand what employers expect in interviews.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Would you like to learn some new job hunting techniques? Seen some 10 page employment applications? Come to our Job Search Techniques and Completing Applications Workshop! Here we will give you some tips on finding the perfect job and how to make the best impression in the process. Learn the best way to answer tough application questions that will help you get the interview, and maybe even the job.

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Assistance with completing your financial aid applications on at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 Tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
101 West Cass Street, Saint Johns, MI 48879 (map)

Nervous about your next job interview? Unsure about how to answer some of those crazy interview questions? Wonder why it is necessary to write a thank you note after your interview? Join us for our Interview Skills and Thank You Letters Workshop and learn the skills to get you the job you need!

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Are you new to resume writing? Have you notwritten a resume in years? What is a cover letter? Why do I need one? Answer all of these questions by attending the Resumes and Cover LettersWorkshop and be sure to impress!  Discover what employers expectfrom new applicants. Learn new methods on catching that employerseye. An average employer spends about 30 seconds looking at a resume the firsttime through. What you learn here may just land you your next job.  

All candidates must have a documented disability to apply. All candidates are encouraged to bring copies of their resume. Applications will be available to fill out at the event. No registration is required. 


Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn an overview of resources available and effective strategies for today's job search. Topics include what employers expect during all aspects of a job search, how to find hidden and unpublished job openings, upcoming local events, interview techniques, how to connect with one-on-one assistance with their job search, the processes to explore funding for training, locally in-demand occupations, resources available through Capital Area Michigan Works!, how to get daily and weekly updates of local job openings, helpful web sites and local staffing agencies. It is recommended (not required) that attendees bring a printed copy of their public profile from their Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile (www.mitalent.org), a printed copy of the resume that they have attached to that Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile and a pen or pencil. Registration in advance is recommended: http://tinyurl.com/lpowy8l
Lansing Community College West (map)
The Tech Knowledge E-Pathways program provides unique training opportunities in the IT industry. 

E-Pathways provides tuition for unemployed AND underemployed candidates, and in some cases can help individuals already in school complete a Bachelor's degree. Any job seekers who are working part-time, or working full time outside of their degree field may be eligible. Unemployed and dislocated workers can also qualify.

For more information, visit http://www.epathways.org.  
Assistance with completing your financial aid application online at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
In this workshop, attendees will learn to: Think "out of the box" to identify your transferable skills. Develop an Employment Objective to attract potential employers. Identify your personal qualities using the SCANS architecture to build your personal profile in Pure Michigan Talent Connect. Develop a skills list using ONET to build your resume. Use Pure Michigan Talent Connect to identify potential employers. Gain advantage (marketability and value-add) when seeking employment. This workshop is appropriate to any job seeker.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Learn how to put Pure Michigan Talent Connect to work for you. Post an online Resume for employers to view. Discover how employers use the talent bank to find potential employees and what requirements they must meet to post a job. Use the job search option to look for local job postings. Explore many other interesting and useful links available on Pure Michigan Talent Connect.


St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Interested in what Capitol Area Michigan Works! can do for you? Come attend our Services Orientation and learn how to reinvent your job search!
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Community College (map)
This workshop will cover the things students at LCC should be aware of prior to starting classes: Places to buy books, parking, navigating Desire to Learn, LCC email and more.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn the basic tips for an effective resume.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn an overview of resources available and effective strategies for today's job search. Topics include what employers expect during all aspects of a job search, how to find hidden and unpublished job openings, upcoming local events, interview techniques, how to connect with one-on-one assistance with their job search, the processes to explore funding for training, locally in-demand occupations, resources available through Capital Area Michigan Works!, how to get daily and weekly updates of local job openings, helpful web sites and local staffing agencies. It is recommended (not required) that attendees bring a printed copy of their public profile from their Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile (www.mitalent.org), a printed copy of the resume that they have attached to that Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile and a pen or pencil. Registration in advance is recommended: http://tinyurl.com/lpowy8l
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Understand what employers expect in interviews.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Would you like to learn some new job hunting techniques? Seen some 10 page employment applications? Come to our Job Search Techniques and Completing Applications Workshop! Here we will give you some tips on finding the perfect job and how to make the best impression in the process. Learn the best way to answer tough application questions that will help you get the interview, and maybe even the job.

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
The Tech Knowledge E-Pathways program provides unique training opportunities in the IT industry. 

E-Pathways provides tuition for unemployed AND underemployed candidates, and in some cases can help individuals already in school complete a Bachelor's degree. Any job seekers who are working part-time, or working full time outside of their degree field may be eligible. Unemployed and dislocated workers can also qualify.

For more information, visit http://www.epathways.org.  
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Assistance with completing your financial aid applications on at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 Tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
101 West Cass Street, Saint Johns, MI 48879 (map)

Nervous about your next job interview? Unsure about how to answer some of those crazy interview questions? Wonder why it is necessary to write a thank you note after your interview? Join us for our Interview Skills and Thank You Letters Workshop and learn the skills to get you the job you need!

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Are you new to resume writing? Have you notwritten a resume in years? What is a cover letter? Why do I need one? Answer all of these questions by attending the Resumes and Cover LettersWorkshop and be sure to impress!  Discover what employers expectfrom new applicants. Learn new methods on catching that employerseye. An average employer spends about 30 seconds looking at a resume the firsttime through. What you learn here may just land you your next job.  

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Effective Job Seeking Attendees will learn about First Impressions, Job Fairs, Keep Track, Stay on Top of the News, and Don’t Give up.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Job seekers who want to create or already have a gmail account are encouraged to attend. Attendees will learn: 1. How to create a Gmail account 2. How to send messages, create contact lists, filters, etc. 3. How to be safe while using Gmail 4. How to use other Google products such as Google Calendar and Google Drive Recommended prerequisite: “Learning the Keys & Navigating the Mouse” and/or “Internet for the Intermediate User”.
Assistance with completing your financial aid application online at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
In this workshop, attendees will learn to: Think "out of the box" to identify your transferable skills. Develop an Employment Objective to attract potential employers. Identify your personal qualities using the SCANS architecture to build your personal profile in Pure Michigan Talent Connect. Develop a skills list using ONET to build your resume. Use Pure Michigan Talent Connect to identify potential employers. Gain advantage (marketability and value-add) when seeking employment. This workshop is appropriate to any job seeker.
Capital Area Michigan Works! Service Centers in Charlotte, Lansing, and St. Johns will be closed Tuesday Nov. 4 for Election Day. Centers will reopen on Wednesday Nov. 5 at 8:00am.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Learn how to put Pure Michigan Talent Connect to work for you. Post an online Resume for employers to view. Discover how employers use the talent bank to find potential employees and what requirements they must meet to post a job. Use the job search option to look for local job postings. Explore many other interesting and useful links available on Pure Michigan Talent Connect.


St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Interested in what Capitol Area Michigan Works! can do for you? Come attend our Services Orientation and learn how to reinvent your job search!
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn the basic tips for an effective resume.
Lansing Community College (map)
The Tech Knowledge E-Pathways program provides unique training opportunities in the IT industry. 

E-Pathways provides tuition for unemployed AND underemployed candidates, and in some cases can help individuals already in school complete a Bachelor's degree. Any job seekers who are working part-time, or working full time outside of their degree field may be eligible. Unemployed and dislocated workers can also qualify.

For more information, visit http://www.epathways.org.  
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Understand what employers expect in interviews.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Would you like to learn some new job hunting techniques? Seen some 10 page employment applications? Come to our Job Search Techniques and Completing Applications Workshop! Here we will give you some tips on finding the perfect job and how to make the best impression in the process. Learn the best way to answer tough application questions that will help you get the interview, and maybe even the job.

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Assistance with completing your financial aid applications on at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 Tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
101 West Cass Street, Saint Johns, MI 48879 (map)

Nervous about your next job interview? Unsure about how to answer some of those crazy interview questions? Wonder why it is necessary to write a thank you note after your interview? Join us for our Interview Skills and Thank You Letters Workshop and learn the skills to get you the job you need!

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn an overview of resources available and effective strategies for today's job search. Topics include what employers expect during all aspects of a job search, how to find hidden and unpublished job openings, upcoming local events, interview techniques, how to connect with one-on-one assistance with their job search, the processes to explore funding for training, locally in-demand occupations, resources available through Capital Area Michigan Works!, how to get daily and weekly updates of local job openings, helpful web sites and local staffing agencies. It is recommended (not required) that attendees bring a printed copy of their public profile from their Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile (www.mitalent.org), a printed copy of the resume that they have attached to that Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile and a pen or pencil. Registration in advance is recommended: http://tinyurl.com/lpowy8l
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
New to computers? Come and learn how to use them in a safe, friendly environment. This month long, Free of charge, Microsoft Introduction Series is conducted by Career Quest staff members. Instructors will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Introduction to Microsoft Word will walk you through the basics of creating a text document using this popular word processing program.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Are you new to resume writing? Have you notwritten a resume in years? What is a cover letter? Why do I need one? Answer all of these questions by attending the Resumes and Cover LettersWorkshop and be sure to impress!  Discover what employers expectfrom new applicants. Learn new methods on catching that employerseye. An average employer spends about 30 seconds looking at a resume the firsttime through. What you learn here may just land you your next job.  

St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Afraid of computers? Come and learn how to use them in a safe, friendly environment. This month long, Free of charge, Microsoft Introduction Series is conducted by Career Quest staff members. Instructors will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Introduction to Microsoft Word will walk you through the basics of creating a text document using this popular word processing program.
Lansing Community College West (map)
The Tech Knowledge E-Pathways program provides unique training opportunities in the IT industry. 

E-Pathways provides tuition for unemployed AND underemployed candidates, and in some cases can help individuals already in school complete a Bachelor's degree. Any job seekers who are working part-time, or working full time outside of their degree field may be eligible. Unemployed and dislocated workers can also qualify.

For more information, visit http://www.epathways.org.  
Assistance with completing your financial aid application online at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
In this workshop, attendees will learn to: Think "out of the box" to identify your transferable skills. Develop an Employment Objective to attract potential employers. Identify your personal qualities using the SCANS architecture to build your personal profile in Pure Michigan Talent Connect. Develop a skills list using ONET to build your resume. Use Pure Michigan Talent Connect to identify potential employers. Gain advantage (marketability and value-add) when seeking employment. This workshop is appropriate to any job seeker.
Capital Area Michigan Works! Service Centers in Charlotte, Lansing, and St. Johns will be closed Tuesday Nov. 11 for Veterans Day. Centers will reopen on Wednesday Nov. 12 at 8:00am.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Learn how to put Pure Michigan Talent Connect to work for you. Post an online Resume for employers to view. Discover how employers use the talent bank to find potential employees and what requirements they must meet to post a job. Use the job search option to look for local job postings. Explore many other interesting and useful links available on Pure Michigan Talent Connect.


St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Interested in what Capitol Area Michigan Works! can do for you? Come attend our Services Orientation and learn how to reinvent your job search!
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn the basic tips for an effective resume.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Understand what employers expect in interviews.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Would you like to learn some new job hunting techniques? Seen some 10 page employment applications? Come to our Job Search Techniques and Completing Applications Workshop! Here we will give you some tips on finding the perfect job and how to make the best impression in the process. Learn the best way to answer tough application questions that will help you get the interview, and maybe even the job.

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Assistance with completing your financial aid applications on at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 Tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
101 West Cass Street, Saint Johns, MI 48879 (map)

Nervous about your next job interview? Unsure about how to answer some of those crazy interview questions? Wonder why it is necessary to write a thank you note after your interview? Join us for our Interview Skills and Thank You Letters Workshop and learn the skills to get you the job you need!

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Are you new to resume writing? Have you notwritten a resume in years? What is a cover letter? Why do I need one? Answer all of these questions by attending the Resumes and Cover LettersWorkshop and be sure to impress!  Discover what employers expectfrom new applicants. Learn new methods on catching that employerseye. An average employer spends about 30 seconds looking at a resume the firsttime through. What you learn here may just land you your next job.  

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Effective Job Seeking Attendees will learn about First Impressions, Job Fairs, Keep Track, Stay on Top of the News, and Don’t Give up.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn an overview of resources available and effective strategies for today's job search. Topics include what employers expect during all aspects of a job search, how to find hidden and unpublished job openings, upcoming local events, interview techniques, how to connect with one-on-one assistance with their job search, the processes to explore funding for training, locally in-demand occupations, resources available through Capital Area Michigan Works!, how to get daily and weekly updates of local job openings, helpful web sites and local staffing agencies. It is recommended (not required) that attendees bring a printed copy of their public profile from their Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile (www.mitalent.org), a printed copy of the resume that they have attached to that Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile and a pen or pencil. Registration in advance is recommended: http://tinyurl.com/lpowy8l
Assistance with completing your financial aid application online at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
In this workshop, attendees will learn to: Think "out of the box" to identify your transferable skills. Develop an Employment Objective to attract potential employers. Identify your personal qualities using the SCANS architecture to build your personal profile in Pure Michigan Talent Connect. Develop a skills list using ONET to build your resume. Use Pure Michigan Talent Connect to identify potential employers. Gain advantage (marketability and value-add) when seeking employment. This workshop is appropriate to any job seeker.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Job seekers (or staff) who wish to learn more about the job seeker aspects of Pure Michigan Talent Connect are strongly encouraged to attend the “Talent Connect: an Introduction for Job Seekers” workshop. Pure Michigan Talent Connect staff will be onsite at Capital Area Michigan Works! in Lansing on Tuesday Nov. 18 at 9:00am. During this workshop, attendees will learn how to create an account on Pure Michigan Talent Connect, how to build and upload resumes, and how to search, apply for, and save jobs. It is recommended that attendees have an email address that they regularly access and have a resume created prior to the workshop. Because seating is limited for this workshop, registration at the Greeter Desk is recommended. Registration can also be done by calling 517-492-5555.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Learn how to put Pure Michigan Talent Connect to work for you. Post an online Resume for employers to view. Discover how employers use the talent bank to find potential employees and what requirements they must meet to post a job. Use the job search option to look for local job postings. Explore many other interesting and useful links available on Pure Michigan Talent Connect.


St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Interested in what Capitol Area Michigan Works! can do for you? Come attend our Services Orientation and learn how to reinvent your job search!
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach, to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn the basic tips for an effective resume.
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Understand what employers expect in interviews.
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Would you like to learn some new job hunting techniques? Seen some 10 page employment applications? Come to our Job Search Techniques and Completing Applications Workshop! Here we will give you some tips on finding the perfect job and how to make the best impression in the process. Learn the best way to answer tough application questions that will help you get the interview, and maybe even the job.

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Assistance with completing your financial aid applications on at www.fafsa.gov. To expedite your application, please bring a copy of your 2013 Tax return, tax transcript (IRS 1040) or W-2 form(s) (if applicable) to this workshop.
101 West Cass Street, Saint Johns, MI 48879 (map)

Nervous about your next job interview? Unsure about how to answer some of those crazy interview questions? Wonder why it is necessary to write a thank you note after your interview? Join us for our Interview Skills and Thank You Letters Workshop and learn the skills to get you the job you need!

Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Must be signed in no later than 10:00am to test
Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar St. (map)
Learn an overview of resources available and effective strategies for today's job search. Topics include what employers expect during all aspects of a job search, how to find hidden and unpublished job openings, upcoming local events, interview techniques, how to connect with one-on-one assistance with their job search, the processes to explore funding for training, locally in-demand occupations, resources available through Capital Area Michigan Works!, how to get daily and weekly updates of local job openings, helpful web sites and local staffing agencies. It is recommended (not required) that attendees bring a printed copy of their public profile from their Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile (www.mitalent.org), a printed copy of the resume that they have attached to that Pure Michigan Talent Connect profile and a pen or pencil. Registration in advance is recommended: http://tinyurl.com/lpowy8l
St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)

Are you new to resume writing? Have you notwritten a resume in years? What is a cover letter? Why do I need one? Answer all of these questions by attending the Resumes and Cover LettersWorkshop and be sure to impress!  Discover what employers expectfrom new applicants. Learn new methods on catching that employerseye. An average employer spends about 30 seconds looking at a resume the firsttime through. What you learn here may just land you your next job.  

St. Johns Service Center, 101 W. Cass St. Suite A (map)
Afraid of computers? Come and learn how to use them in a safe, friendly environment. This month long, Free of charge, Microsoft Introduction Series is conducted by Career Quest staff members. Instructors will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Introduction to Microsoft Excel will walk you through the basics of creating a spreadsheet using this popular program.