Partners Reap Results with Career Training Model

WMCAT and its supporters developing new talent while offering pathway to living-wage health care jobs

Posted on July 13, 2018

Grand Rapids Business Journal

A career-training program founded in 2006 quietly has been building a network of partners and services to meet two needs—workforce development and income security for underemployed and unemployed adults. Grand Rapids-based West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology (WMCAT) started its adult career-training program in 2006, a year after the nonprofit was formed.

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Topics: community development, education & training, impact investing, workforce development, career training,

 

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