- Going PRO Talent Fund
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated budget shortfalls, the Going PRO Talent Fund was vetoed through Public Act 66 of 2020, signed by Governor Whitmer on March 30, 2020. This act resulted in a number of supplemental budget line items being vetoed. As a result, no Going PRO Talent Fund awards are available for FY20.
Visit the Going PRO Talent Fund page for more information, and contact your local Michigan Works! office about submitting an application. Training funded by the Talent Fund must be short-term and fill a demonstrated talent need experienced by the employer. Training must lead to a credential for a skill that is transferable and recognized by industry.
- Labor Market Information (LMI)
This is your one-stop source for reliable information on recent employment trends, wages, detailed industries, and jobs in demand. It also is a great source of economic information on Michigan regions and counties.
- Michigan Industry Cluster Workforce Reports
These industry cluster briefings analyze several labor market measures including employment concentration, trends, and forecasts; key occupations; education program completers; real-time job ads; and workforce demographics.
- Michigan Training Connect (MiTC)
State of Michigan's official eligible training provider list.
- Michigan Works Association
Oversee a statewide network of over 100 Service Centers where employers connect with skilled job seekers.
- Pure Michigan Talent Connect
Your launch pad for new jobs, careers, and talent.
- Career Pathways
The Career Pathways Community of Practice helps workforce development leaders, practitioners, and policymakers expand state and local career pathways efforts currently underway or being planned. This CoP will enhance your knowledge, skills, and expertise in building effective career pathways systems.
- United States Department of Labor - Employment & Training Administration
The Employment and Training Administration (ETA) administers federal government job training and worker dislocation programs, federal grants to states for public employment service programs, and unemployment insurance benefits. These services are primarily provided through state and local workforce development systems.