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Traverse City Business Receives EPA’s Outstanding Small Business Contractor Award
Great Lakes Environmental Center, Inc. (GLEC) of Traverse City, a longtime client of the Northwest Michigan APEX Accelerator, received the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator’s Award for Outstanding Accomplishments by a Small Business Contractor.
2024-06-05
Northwest Michigan Works! Seeks Employer Partner for Innovative Talent Retention Program
Northwest Michigan Works! is looking for an employer to join its Business Resource Network (BRN) program. The program aims to collaborate with an employer committed to enhancing the retention of their existing workforce.
2024-06-04
Funding Available for Healthcare Career Training
Job seekers who would like to pursue a career in healthcare may be eligible to have some of their education and training funded through the Michigan Rural Enhanced Access to Careers in Healthcare (MiREACH) program.
2024-05-28
Long Lake Township Activity Center Community Input Session May 18
Long Lake Township in Grand Traverse County is holding a Community Input Session on May 18 to gather input to help develop the Long Lake Township Activity Center Subplan.
2024-05-03
Afghan Immigrant and Local Employer Receive Michigan Works! Impact Awards
A Traverse City man who immigrated to the U.S. and his local employer each received Michigan Works! Impact Awards for using employment services and other resources provided by Northwest Michigan Works!.
2024-04-29
Graceland Fruit Selected as Small Business of the Year
Graceland Fruit of Frankfort has been selected as the Northwest Michigan APEX Accelerator Best Small Business of the Year.
2024-04-24
New Study Shows Outdoor Recreation Contributes $1.15 Billion to Northwest Michigan Economy
A new Outdoor Recreation Economic Impact Study for Northwest Michigan shows that the outdoor economy contributed $1.15 billion to the Gross Regional Product in 2022.
2024-04-10
Manistee County Master Plan Input Sessions
The Manistee County Planning Commission and Networks Northwest will host three public input sessions to gather input on the County's Master Plan update.
2024-04-09
Long Lake Township Sets Meeting Schedule for New Activity Center Steering Committee
Long Lake Township in Grand Traverse County has set a preliminary meeting schedule for a new Activity Center Steering Committee.
2024-04-02
Dickson Township Master Plan Community Planning Discussion
The Dickson Township Planning Commission, in partnership with Networks Northwest, will host a community planning discussion on Thursday, April 18 to gather input for the Township's Master Plan update.
2024-04-01
Long Lake Township Seeks Residents to Join Activity Center Steering Committee
Long Lake Township in Grand Traverse County is recruiting local residents and business owners to provide input for the development of their Activity Center Master Plan by joining the Activity Center Steering Committee.
2024-03-18
New Chief Executive Officer at Networks Northwest
The Networks Northwest Board has approved the hiring of Janie McNabb as the new Chief Executive Officer at Networks Northwest.
2024-03-01
Cherry Capital Airport Job Fair March 6
Job seekers can learn about a variety of job opportunities at Cherry Capital Airport at a Job Fair March 6 at the airport.
2024-02-27
JanTec Incorporated Launches Region’s First Welding Registered Apprenticeship
JanTec Incorporated, in partnership with Northwest Michigan Works!, has launched a new U.S. Department of Labor registered apprenticeship for welders.
2024-02-15
Almira Township Master Plan Available for Public Review and Comment
Almira Township has updated and released for public review and comment the Almira Township Master Plan Update.
2023-12-18
Northwest Michigan Businesses Receive $1.586 Million For Employee Training
42 businesses in northwest Lower Michigan will receive a total of $1,586,051 for employee training from the first round of fiscal year 2024 grants from the state’s Going PRO Talent Fund.
2023-12-21
Thompsonville Parks and Recreation Plan Available for Public Review and Comment
The Village of Thompsonville Parks and Recreation Plan 2024-2028 has been drafted and is now available for public review and comment.
2023-12-13
Employers Invited to National Apprenticeship Week Information Sessions
Businesses and organizations from across northwest Lower Michigan are invited to attend a variety of apprenticeship information sessions being hosted by Northwest Michigan Works! in celebration of National Apprenticeship Week.
2023-10-26
Mayfield Township Master Plan Community Open House November 8
The Mayfield Township Planning Commission, in partnership with Networks Northwest, will host a community open house on Wednesday, November 8 to gather input for the Township's upcoming Master Plan update.
2023-10-25
Village of Thompsonville Parks and Recreation Plan Community Open House November 6
To assist with the development of the Village of Thompsonville Parks and Recreation Plan, the public is invited to attend a Parks and Recreation Community Open House on Monday, November 6,
2023-10-23
Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates Students Participate in Leadership Day
Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates (JMG) students from northern Lower Michigan and the eastern U.P. worked on leadership and team-building skills at the JMG Leadership Day October 10 at Camp Daggett near Petoskey.
2023-10-17
Our Township greatly benefits from Network Northwest's experience, depth of knowledge and understanding. Because they work with so many diverse communities in our ten-county region they understand the local land-use issues and are already working on solutions by the time we realize we need some help.
- Susan Odom, Chair, Suttons Bay Township Planning Commission