Clinton County Economic Alliance

Locally Focused, Regionally Committed

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Training Assistance

The CCEA works closely with the Clinton County Michigan Works, Lansing Community College and Baker College to provide employment recruiting assistance and employment training assistance to qualifying businesses.

Capital Area Michigan Works is recognized nationally as the largest and most progressive workforce development association in the country. They are a customer focused workforce development system that prepares people for work. Assistance to all employers and job seekers is available to ensure that employers are provided with a supply of skilled workers and individuals. The system is built on local decision-making that reflects the specific community needs of both employers and job seekers.

Lansing Community College has been a leader in education and training for over 40 years. The Business & Community Institute is the employer’s gateway to a full spectrum of Lansing Community College services. Customized programs and services are delivered at LCC, at the employers location, or online by a highly qualified network of LCC faculty, consultants, and training specialists.

Baker College can provide On-the-Job Training to employers plus customized job training to meet the specific needs of the employer. Training can be designed to meet your businesses unique needs including content, location, scheduling, and delivery. Trainers are experts in their fields and are supported by modern resources and equipment.

Michigan Talent Bank is a free Internet-based database that contains more than 600,000 resumes. Employers can search existing resumes and post job openings Assistance is available to employers in using the system upon request.

Economic Development Job Training Grants. This program provides training funds for businesses that promote new job opportunities, advanced training for existing employees, and skilled training for new workers.

Incumbent Worker Program. This program provides job training grants for upgrading the skills of a company’s existing workforce. It provides job specific retraining or upgrading of skills related to the use of new technology. All training providers must be licensed by the

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