United Association returns to Washtenaw Community College for 30th year

Trade union’s renowned Instructor Training Program brings more than 3,000 people and $8 million economic impact to Washtenaw County For the 30th consecutive summer, the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry (UA) is back on the Washtenaw Community College campus for its Instructor Training Program. A record number of...

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MAGMA Governing Board members meet with Senator Gary Peters

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MAGMA Governing Board members meet with Senator Gary Peters to discuss talent priorities and challenges in the mobility sector MAGMA Governing Board industry members met with U.S. Senator Gary Peters (MI) on Monday for a roundtable discussion, hosted by board member Robert Bosch at their technical center in Plymouth. Three Tier 1 suppliers, four OEMs,...

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Free training is now available to employers in the energy storage sector from Wayne State University (WSU) and Macomb Community College (MCC).

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Free Advanced Energy Storage Courses (WSU+MCC) Feb-2013 PDF Dear Friends and Colleagues in the Energy Storage Sector: Good news!   Free training is now available to employers in the energy storage sector from Wayne State University (WSU)…

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MOVING FORWARD: Michigan shows signs of recovery

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Dave Phillips| Advisor & Source While there’s still a long way to go to reach prior levels, Michigan’s economy is showing signs of a resurgence. For the second consecutive year,…

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