Here are non-profits organizations that assist ex-offenders finding employment in Michigan
Our reentry program is designed to provide the participant with the skills, tools and support necessary to successfully reintegrate into the community following a period of incarceration.
2950 Clyde Park Ave SW, Wyoming, 40509
The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) provides comprehensive employment and training services help individuals connect to a job and career. CEO exists to create greater opportunities for people who face multiple barriers to economic success.
7310 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 48202
The Detroit Urban League Workforce Career Development Center provides screening, employability skills training, counseling, job referrals and placement.
208 Mack Avenue, Detroit, 48201
Goodwill provides job seekers with resources that help them conduct job searches, write resumes and practice their interviewing skills. Local Goodwills also help people earn a paycheck while they’re getting ready for permanent jobs by placing them in temporary jobs or in jobs at Goodwill.
4820 Wayne Rd, Battle Creek, 49037
The Goodwill Work Readiness Program is for people struggling to find work. It teaches skills that will help them succeed in today?s working world.
311 Grand River Road, Detroit, 48208
Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids has three programs for ex-offenders: Transitional Vocational Connections (TVC), Community Re-entry Initiative (CRI) and WIA Adult: Ex-Offender.
3035 Prairie Street SW, Grandville, 49418
Goodwill`s Workforce Development Department offers a variety of employment related services that are individually designed to help both students and adults successfully enter the workforce, advance in their careers and improve their quality of life. We work with over 100 employers in providing job training and job placement opportunities.
255 North Telegraph Road, Monroe, 48161
STRIVE provides job placement assistance to everyone who completes the three weeks of training. Working with an assigned job developer, each STRIVE graduates is guided through the job-search process, learning how to effectively market themselves, until they have secured gainful employment.
1108 Lapeer Road, Flint, 48503
The program will accept male/female offenders who are demonstrating problems carrying out their parole requirements. Program length is 30 credit days.
2300 Veterans Memorial Pky, Saginaw, 48601
Data is retrieved from CareerOneStop. Last update on July 2021