Blog Category: publications

02/27/2019 publications
Lucy Ann Lance 1290 AM Radio Interview with Amy Cell

Lucy Ann Lance 1290 AM Radio Interview with Amy Cell

Live Radio  WLBY 1290AM Interview with Amy Cell   Amy Cell, President of Amy Cell Talent and nationally recognized Talent Guru, talks with Lucy Ann Lance about creating robust internship programs, why they’re so important for regional growth, and resources for college students seeking career opportunities.  LISTEN HERE   Air Date:  Monday, February...

02/05/2019 publications
Reset Your Career: Women Take Charge

Reset Your Career: Women Take Charge

Women take time away from their careers for a variety of reasons. Some leave a prized job with intentions of soon returning, others leave unexpectedly without a clear return plan, and still, others find themselves laid off and facing other pressing obligations. With family time ranking highest among the reasons that women leave the “fast lane,” according to Harvard Business Review, the path to returning is often unclear. As personal...

01/08/2019 Sarah Wojcik, Royal Oak Review publications

Clawson hires firm to find new city manager

Clawson hires firm to find new city manager By: Sarah Wojcik | Royal Oak Review | Published January 8, 2019 CLAWSON — On Jan. 2, the Clawson City Council voted 4-0 to hire Ypsilanti-based Amy Cell Talent as the executive search firm responsible for finding a new city manager. To read the entire...

11/16/2018 publications
Interns Can Help Build Brand Loyalty

Interns Can Help Build Brand Loyalty

When business owners and hiring managers think of interns, they’re likely to envision needing extra time and resources to create a suitable job description and conduct training. Not certain about the costs and benefits, many companies, especially smaller ones, decide not to hire interns. Internships, however, should be anything but the picture described above. Rather than being time-consuming with negligible benefits, with a little...

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...

03/05/2018 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...

10/11/2017 BY LAURA STERNBERG/TripSavvy publications
High-Demand Job and Career Outlook in Michigan

High-Demand Job and Career Outlook in Michigan

Despite the financial challenges facing the City of Detroit, Michigan still provides plenty of employment opportunity. In fact, according to the Upjohn Institute Blog, Michigan ranked 5th in the nation for positive job growth from 2009 to 2011. STEM Jobs It should come as no surprise, given the history of Michigan's auto industry, that the state still is home to its fair share of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) jobs. In...

03/17/2017 publications
WXYZ - Hospitality Career Matchmaking Fair in Detroit is set for March 21, 2017

WXYZ - Hospitality Career Matchmaking Fair in Detroit is set for March 21, 2017

DETROIT (WXYZ) - Job seekers interested in the hospitality industry have a big opportunity at the Pure Michigan Governor’s Conference on Tourism.  On Tuesday, March 21, the conference presents the first ever Hospitality Career Matchmaking Fair. Job coaches will be on hand to help match people to employers who are hiring for their skills. For more Information go to...

03/17/2017 publications
Michigan Governor’s Tourism Conference Hosts  Hospitality Career Matchmaking Fair

Michigan Governor’s Tourism Conference Hosts Hospitality Career Matchmaking Fair

DETROIT, MI | March 1, 2017. Innovative job matchmaking initiatives play a major role at the upcoming Pure Michigan Governor’s Conference on Tourism. On Tuesday, March 21, from 1:30-4pm, the conference presents the first Hospitality Career Matchmaking Fair at the Detroit Renaissance Marriott. The event provides job seekers and students the chance to connect with employers in the Michigan hospitality industry. This unique career...

07/14/2016 publications

Michigan Software Talent Connection, STAR Program

Michigan Software Talent: STAR Program Hello Summer! Hello Interns! Fun things are happening in Ann Arbor and you're invited! Next Intern Event: July 22 Huron River Rafting Day Register now for the July 22nd Rafting Day on the Huron River. We'll meet at 2:45pm at the Agro Canoe Livery (Ann Arbor); at @ 3pm we'll start the Argo-to-Gallup 3.7 mile trip. Hope you can come! To Register: 2016 Rafting Day If you can't make it on the...

01/27/2016 publications

Ann Arbor SPARK and Amy Cell Team Up to Address Region’s High Tech Talent Needs

Ann Arbor SPARK and Amy Cell Team Up to Address Region’s High Tech Talent Needs Two new programs focused on retaining and cultivating talent, matching talent with high tech companies Ann Arbor SPARK and Amy Cell, LLC have teamed up to address the opportunity to create a more robust, sustainable high tech talent pipeline in the Ann Arbor region. The new program, which includes a special-software focused talent initiative as well as a high...

12/02/2015 publications

Discussing Talent with Ann Arbor SPARK

Recently I had the opportunity to sit with Ann Arbor SPARK's CEO Paul Krutko to discuss our new partnership and how we are helping companies find the highly skilled talent they need.     Click here to hear the...