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    Jobs for Michigan's Graduates Debuts at NMC

    NMC is the first college in Michigan and the fifth in the nation to offer students the Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates program (JMG), a partnership with Northwest Michigan Works!

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    Welding Skills Lab Launches in Northwest Lower Michigan

    A new after-hours Welding Skills Lab is being offered to participants of all ages interested in developing their welding skills to enhance a current career, start a new career, or pursue a hobby.

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    Nation’s First Beekeeper Apprentices Recognized at Graduation Ceremony

    The nation’s first ever beekeeper apprentices, along with new apprentices in several other career fields, were recognized at a special graduation ceremony October 1 at St. Ambrose Cellars and Sleeping Bear Farms in Benzie County.

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  1. Local Talent Development Professional Receives Michigan Works! Shining Star Award

    Pam Anderson, a Career Advisor at Northwest Michigan Works! in Manistee, was awarded a “Shining Star” Award by the Michigan Works! Association for her efforts to meet employment needs in Benzie and Manistee counties.

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    MiCareerQuest Northwest 2022

    MiCareerQuest Northwest 2022 will expose students in Northwest Michigan to exciting careers and endless possibilities.

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    Innovative Plumbing and HVAC Apprenticeships Launched in Northern Michigan

    Northwest Michigan Works! in a partnership with Precision Plumbing and Heating Systems, Inc., recently launched two innovative US Department of Labor registered apprenticeships for Plumbing and HVAC occupations.

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