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Wayne County Workforce Resources For Career and Jobs

This is a one-stop location for Educators to help STUDENTS who are exploring careers or preparing for employment. Find what jobs are available, learn how to get a job, discover what training may be needed for a job and where it is offered. Resources also include college/trade school programs for different occupations, various career options, and other resources for future success. Parents and students are also welcome to browse the site.

Find a Job

Find resources to help students find permanent employment, summer or after school jobs, or programs that will help students get placed in a job.

Job Training

Find training programs for actual jobs; on-the-job training programs; training in employability skills to make students qualified/attractive candidates; pre-apprenticeship training; apprenticeships.

Pre-Employment Training Certifications / Licenses

Get a certificate or license for a career or trade, including programs at trade schools, community colleges, agencies, and apprenticeships.

Career Preparation: Postsecondary Education / College Programs

Find a complete listing of all careers & programs available at postsecondary schools, including associate degrees & four-year degrees at community colleges, four-year colleges & universities, private schools, trade schools, & programs where students can simultaneously work & go to school.

College Credit While Still in High School

Find information about early/middle college and dual enrollment programs.

Career Exploration: HS CTE Programs, Internships, Job Shadowing Experiences

Find a complete listing of CTE programs and classes available in Wayne County school districts where students can learn about a career, skilled trade, or technical skill that may lead to future employment. In addition, find internships and job shadowing experiences that will allow students to explore different careers.

Career Awareness: Programs In and Out of School

Find programs for all ages, both in & out of school, including: mentoring; summer & after school camps; competitions; field trips; science, technology, engineering, & mathematics (STEM); model programs; skilled trades; leadership & employability skills; careers in many fields.

Job Ready: Complete a High School Degree or Get Basic Skills Students Need

Find a listing of programs, including Alternative Schools; Virtual/On-line programs; High School Equivalency programs (i.e. GED); High School Completion.

Need Help? Student Support Resources

Find a variety of resources to help students who are struggling with school work, need help applying for college, and job readiness support. Also includes classes, mentoring, counseling, and tutoring.

Wayne RESA Workforce Development Project

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