Explore Career Options
When you begin searching for a job, you need to know what skills and assets you can offer to a potential employer.
- Evaluate your skills and determine your strengths.
- Visit one of Capital Area Michigan Works! American Job Centers and use the O*NET Career Exploration Tools to take a computerized interest profile. It will help tell you which careers may be right for you.
- Explore the Occupational Outlook Handbook online to learn more about occupations of interest and what skills and education you need to compete.
- If program eligible, meet with a CAMW! career coach at an American Job Center to make an educational and employment plan.
Registered apprenticeship programs are an important tool for developing a skilled workforce. Apprenticeship programs consist of a combination of on-the-job training and classroom instruction. Workers earn a full-time wage with benefits while they are participating in this form of work-based learning. Contact the Apprenticeship/Business Services officer at CAMW! to learn more about registered apprenticeships.