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OCC has partnered with Consumers Energy to offer the Utility Gas Worker Fundamentals program. This seix week training program was developed to prepare students for entry level employment with the Energy Industry, Courses include:
Health and Safety, Meter Reading, Communications, Energy Industrial Fundamentals, Gas Fundamentals, and CDL overview.
171 STATE OF MICHIGAN Job Opportunities including internships long email scroll way down
This is a really long email, scroll way down, there is information at the top then all 171 jobs are listed
I was bored here is all 171 positions,
for DNR Position Duties & Qualifications scroll way down on the page and it gives you this……..
Two-Year Degree Positions
These positions typically perform fisheries management support activities in the field. They are involved in the collection of fish and habitat data, operation and maintenance of fisheries facilities and equipment including the State’s fish hatcheries, and fish stocking. These positions are assigned throughout the State and may be located in a field office, research station or at one of the State’s six fish hatcheries. For a general overview review the Civil Service Class Specification for Fisheries Technician. The DNR typically hires these positions at the entry (8) level, with a normal progression through the experienced (E10) level. Some positions may progress to the advanced (11) level.
I am currently working with a Training provider to train and certify AUTO MECHANICS for Entry-Level Mechanic Jobs located in Allen Park – the training will consist of 180 hours of classroom and hands-on training and then employment as a Mechanic working on the F-150’s and Mustangs. Individuals in the program will also receive their ASE Certifications. (more…)
I am pleased to announce that Lisa Valerio-Nowc will be presenting at the next Career Ministries meeting on November 19th at 7 PM at St. Therese is located on Schoenhnerr between 21 and 22 mile road in Shelby Township
Lisa is a librarian that has a wealth of knowledge for those in a career transition
She is going to show you the tools to use in your career search that are FREE – message me if you plan on attending.
This is a good and cool presentation.
Please drop an email to Matt Karrandja if you are going to attend : email@example.com
There are 295 listed internships on the governments website. There could be more than 295 openings, some are unpaid, most are paid. Some may have multiple positions. To access them go to usajobs.gov and type in “intern” in the keyword block on the main page. (see attachment). Below is one of the postings. make sure you read the whole thing. write a new resume addressing the duties of the job, and addressing the qualifications of the job. IF YOU DO NOT ADDRESS THESE 2 THINGS YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING ONE OF THESE WILL BE LOW.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Jobs. That’s what we all care about. How to get a job, where to get a job, and if you’re just coming out of college or out of work for some time, which industry has the best job opportunities?
The economy added 248,000 jobs in September, with growth particularly in middle-wage jobs that were missing earlier in the recovery. (more…)