Career liaison program prepares students for post-high school training opportunities.
Posted: 7/12/2014 - 04:26 PM
Through a network of Michigan’s community colleges, Michigan Works! agencies, employers, trade unions, chambers and other key organizations, the Michigan Career Jump Start Program educates high school students about associate degree programs, apprenticeships and other “middle-skills” training opportunities for occupations that are in high demand by employers.
Learn more about the Career Jump Start Program (see press release and the listing of the career liaisons by prosperity regions).
Jackson College is the lead administrator for the program.