Where do I start looking for a job?
2016 Working Mothers Best 100 Companies to work for. http://www.workingmother.com/2016-Working-Mother-100-Best-Companies
EaRN - Employment and Resource Network
Helping you find work, stay employable and sustain your career.
EaRN Employment and Resource Network is a pioneering community service
ministry helping people find work and stay employable with networking events
("NetWork 2 NewWork"), career and job transition support groups ("Work Search
Roundtables" ), web-based resources, and one-on-one coaching and counsel.
If you are "in-transition", as we call it--considering or making a career change,
or looking for new work--and you'd like to gain access to the resources on the
website, contact us by phone: (6 1 6) 5 2 8 - 0 4 4 3 or email:
ksoper @ earn-network.org. We'll connect you to an EaRN initiative nearby.
Single moms: It starts with YOUR dream!
Make a Dream Board!
All you need is a poster board, foam board or cork board and a stack of magazines.
Look through the magazines -- for YOUR dream house, dream car, dream career, and words that describe the woman and mom YOU want to be. These get glued to the board, or better yet, pinned, so changes can be made down the road as the dream develops.
Over time, you will see your likes and desires grow into a career you want to pursue and the Dream Board becomes a source of motivation in achieving that dream.
Pregnancy Care Centers: Host a Dream Party. Chia and Friends will help.
Carla will help single moms dream in an interactive presentation. Then, single moms can chat as they work on their boards together. This provides community and encouragement and brainstorming. And don't forget the snacks!!
Single Moms: Want help? Have your list ready?
Let us help you direct your strengths and interests and goals into a career.
How Do I Decide What Job to Do?
And my God will supply all your needs according to His glorious riches in Christ Jesus. Phil 4:19
What's trending in West Michigan?
Labor Market Information:
ONLINE CHOOSING A CAREER HELP
Apprenticeship programs: http://www.michigan.gov/wda/0,5303,7-304-64362_73460---,00.html
We work with non profits, individuals, refugees, and the underemployed to provide them with supplementary income. We help train them in the art of sewing/cutting and help source work for them for those who are seeking full time work. https://www.sewestmichigan.com/
SeWest Michigan is a contract cut and sew company specializing in small batch production and soft goods. We are here for all your cut and sew needs.