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09/28/2018 Michelle Galbraith, Senior Career Developer publications
Empowering People to Success

Empowering People to Success

Michelle joined the Amy Cell Talent team in February, 2017, but her journey in helping connect job seekers with employers began many years prior. She started her career working in staffing retail agencies and later joined a major consumer products company in New York City. There, she worked with onboarding employees and hiring managers to recruit MBA graduates from top universities. She worked with managers and consultants investigating what...

09/20/2018 publications
Work and Lupus: Three (Discreet) Ways to Improve Your Life

Work and Lupus: Three (Discreet) Ways to Improve Your Life

For people with Lupus, a formal diagnosis can take years. That time is often filled with uncertainty and quite a bit of pain. This feeling can continue even after a diagnosis is reached. This is especially true in the workplace, as the pressure to perform can be high. In fact, the risk of unemployment is four times higher in Lupus patients than in the general population of similar demographic makeup (Palter, 2017).This is worsened by the fact...

09/18/2018 publications
Amy Cell Talent Announces Sales and Marketing Networking Event

Amy Cell Talent Announces Sales and Marketing Networking Event

Need help finding sales and marketing talent to fill your current or future staffing needs? Attend Cold Brews & Connections, a networking event where employers can meet - and potentially interview and hire - professionals with sales and marketing experience, sponsored by Amy Cell Talent. WHEN: Tuesday, October 23, 2018 5 pm to 7 pm WHERE: Ypsilanti (location to be provided after employers RSVP) Prior to the event, Amy Cell Talent will review...

03/08/2018 opportunity-seekers
Gov. Rick Snyder: Marshall Plan for Talent

Gov. Rick Snyder: Marshall Plan for Talent

The Govenro's plan calls for investing $100 million in new funding dedicated to innovative programs, including competency-based certification, assistance for schools to improve curricula and classroom equipment, scholarships and stipends, and support for career navigators and teachers.  Listen to our own Amy Cell along with Rob Fowler President & CEO, Small Business Assocation of Michigan and Larry Eiler, CEO of Eiler...

03/05/2018 publications

WCC and McKinley, Inc. team up to create Maintenance Apprenticeship Program

Three weeks of apprenticeship readiness training leads to entry-level positions at Ann Arbor-based real estate management company ANN ARBOR, Michigan (February 23, 2018) – McKinley, Inc., one of the nation’s largest residential and commercial real estate development companies, has called upon Washtenaw Community College to help train building maintenance professionals for employment at the company’s apartment and housing units...

02/12/2018 Marianne Manderfield Public Information Coordinator press-release

Holland Announces Top 3 Candidates in City Manager Search Public Invited to Meet Candidates

Holland, MI – The Search Committee for Holland’s next City Manager has narrowed its’ search to three candidates. There were 60 applicants in the pool, from those 60, seven were recommended and three have been chosen for the final stage. The three candidates selected for consideration are: Victor Cardenas, Assistant City Manager, Novi, MI Tracey Schultz Kobylarz, Township Supervisor of Redford, MI Keith Van Beek, Deputy...