Jobs Plus More Ministry


Jobs Plus More Ministry President: Avetrius Cowan

 

 

Wayne Metro’s Programs

wmconnectcenter@waynemetro.org

(313) 388-9799

Check out the site for all the programs.

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PLEASE CHECK OUT DAPCEP FOR THE KIDS

EXCELLENT PROGRAM…

Spring 2022 Course OPEN ENROLLMENT for Pre-K -12th grade starts TODAY December 20. Visit https://zcu.io/qquO to register and for financial assistance information. For more info. email info@dapcep.org or call 313.831.3050.

www.dapcep.org

2111 Woodward Ave., Suite 506-1, Detroit, MI 48201

(313) 831-3050

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Wayne State Math Corp (Math Program)

545 W Kirby St, Detroit, MI 48202

(313) 577-2479

math@wayne.edu

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Cranbrook at a Glance

Horizons-Upward Bound Program

Questions?  
Contact Ms. Brenda Gatlin (phone: 313.715.4107 or 248.645.3184, email: huboffice@cranbrook.edu).

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Contact Michigan Works for help with searching for employment: 

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SEMCA offering free legal assistance to have Non-Repeat Drunk Driving (OWI) Offenses expunged from criminal record

https://www.semca.org/semca-offering-free-legal-assistance-to-have-non-repeat-drunk-driving-owi-offenses-expunged-from-criminal-record/?fbclid=IwAR1s-JGxY5dk_vjdIpcUNCPBYbKBDivRj9F_yx3Xgkme1pLDBpOml9X1N1A  

SEMCA Michigan Works! will begin accepting applications January 3, 2022, to assist eligible job seekers wanting to expunge Non-Repeat Drunk Driving (OWI) Offenses from their criminal record. Additionally, SEMCA is providing no-cost legal counseling sessions with a program attorney for qualified individuals on February 12, 2022, at the Wayne County Community College District-Downriver Campus in Taylor. Interested residents should take the required first step and complete the free Clean Slate Application to determine their eligibility in the program.

SEMCA’s Clean Slate Program for Monroe and Wayne Counties (excluding the City of Detroit) offers residents a unique opportunity to have their past criminal convictions, which now includes first time driving/operating under the influence convictions, expunged from their criminal record. This recently expanded program provides people a wide range of new opportunities for employment, housing and education. SEMCA covers all the cost (except for fingerprinting) including providing an attorney for the applicant’s hearing.

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Free Annual Credit Report

To support you during the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, we offer a free credit report weekly at annualcreditreport.com through April 20, 2022.

With this credit report you’ll get:

  • Fast, free access to your credit report online
  • Control of your credit data, with free reports available from all three credit reporting agencies in one place (TransUnion, Equifax and Experian)
  • The option to buy a one-time VantageScore® 3.0 credit score

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Project Clean Slate is free and available to Detroit residents. To register and find out more on eligibility, please visit www.detroitmi.gov/projectcleanslate.

313-237-3024

CALLSAM.COM/PROJECTCLEANSLATE

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

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Child care professionals encouraged to explore tuition-free opportunities

https://www.semca.org/child-care-professionals-encouraged-to-explore-tuition-free-opportunities/

LANSING, Mich. — The Office of Sixty by 30 will be hosting an informational webinar on Dec. 15 at 6 p.m., with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) and Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children (MIAEYC) to highlight the benefits of the Michigan Reconnect and T.E.A.C.H. scholarships, so that eligible applicants can maximize the support and resources available to reach their education and career goals.

“Providing tuition-free education opportunities to meet the growing need for skilled talent in child care and early education career fields is a key component to Michigan’s economic success,” said Susan Corbin, Director of the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity.

The early education and child care career field currently faces two distinct challenges – low wages and high turnover. Access to opportunities where teaching and child care professionals can maintain employment while furthering their education is essential to not only increase their compensation, but also to retain skilled talent in our state.

REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR

“The Michigan Reconnect and T.E.A.C.H. scholarships provide a great opportunity to help more Michiganders increase their education and paychecks, which in turn helps us meet the growing demand for quality child care in Michigan,” said Orlene Hawks, Director of the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

LARA regulates child care providers and is working to license more providers across the state to address critical shortages. Programs like Reconnect and T.E.A.C.H. are important tools in talent development that can be used for people to finish the degree or certification required to be licensed. LARA will briefly share licensing information and will be available to answer questions during the webinar.

Michigan Reconnect, which has nearly 88,000 accepted applicants since its launch in Feb. 2021, provides a tuition-free path to an associate degree or Pell-eligible skill certificate at an in-district community college for eligible adults without a college degree.

The is a statewide initiative designed to help Michiganders interested in pursuing a degree or credential in early childhood education (e.g., child care center teaching staff, preschool teachers, family child care providers, group home owners, center directors, early childhood professionals and administrators) meet their professional development goals while enrolled part-time.

“Combining a Michigan Reconnect and T.E.A.C.H. Scholarship allows students to maximize the amount of support they receive to earn a degree or credential in early childhood education,” said Kelsey Laird, Director of Professional Programs for MIAEYC. “The scholarships work together to allow students to have more credit hours paid for and to provide additional financial and student counseling supports. This webinar will provide an overview of everything these programs can cover for students and break down the application process and requirements for both. Using Reconnect and T.E.A.C.H. together is a win-win for early childhood educators.”

Child care professionals are urged to join representatives from these two scholarship opportunities on Dec. 15 to learn how they can return to school tuition-free at their in-district community college. Attendees will also be able to have their questions answered by the presenters.

Those interested in learning more are encouraged to register for the webinar.

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Rate of pay: $17.17

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Part-Time Dock Worker / Forklift Operator | $20.29/hr.

Dayton Freight

18577 Dix Toledo Hwy, Brownstown, MI 48193

$20.29 an hour – Part-time

Apply now

Job Details Salary: $20.29 an hour

Job Type: Part-time

Benefits

Pulled from the full job description

401(k)

401(k) matching

Flexible schedule

Full Job Description

Overview:

As a Dock Worker, you will load and unload freight in a productive, safe, and claims-free manner. Although DFL Dock Workers do not work inside a warehouse, you must maximize space when loading freight.

Responsibilities:

  • Complete pre and post-trip inspections on all dock equipment
  • Properly document all freight control processes
  • Participate in Dayton Freight’s training and improvement programs
  • Be available for irregular work schedules, alternating work shifts and/or assignments
  • Adhere to the operational procedures and guidelines contained in the Dayton Freight Driver/Dockworker Manual

Qualifications:

  • 18 years of age
  • Basic math skills
  • Fluent in English
  • Able to pass a drug screen
  • Legally eligible to work in the United States

Benefits:

  • Stable and growing organization
  • Pay beginning at $20.29 per hour
  • Quick advancement
  • Professional, positive, and people-centered work environment
  • Modern facilities
  • Clean, late-model equipment
  • 401(k) plan, Company Match

** 5:00 AM- 10:00 AM | Monday- Friday | Mondays start time @ 2:00 AM

** 4:00 PM- 9:00 PM | Monday- Friday

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