The SHARE Network – Sharing How Access to Resources Empowers (webcast)

SHARE Network Michigan provides a platform for expanding the reach of Michigan Works! through an Access Point model, in partnership with Faith-based and community organizations (FBCO).

Often, barriers of location and familiarity with “the government system” stand in the way of people gaining access to talent services.

DISCOVER THE BENEFITS OF THIS IMPORTANT TOOL!

Faith-based and community organizations (FBCOs) often play an important role in expanding both access and awareness of services and employment opportunities.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
  • Components and benefits of the SHARE Network
  • How to identify and approach FBCOs to effectively create Access Points and expand the reach of Michigan Works!
  • How to access a wider pool of candidates and program participants
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • Michigan Works! staff
  • State of Michigan
  • Anyone interested in expanding service delivery to job seekers with access barriers through community partnerships
DATE / LOCATION

February 4, 2016
11:00AM – 12:00 PM (EST)

FEE

Member: $10.00
Non-Member: $15.00

A confirmation email will be provided following registration – this email will include a hyperlink. On the day of the webcast, follow the link to access the live training

PRESENTER

Alesia Brown, Manager, Talent Outreach Services, Workforce Development Agency, State of Michigan

Alesia coordinates the SHARE Network Initiative, where she is responsible for the website and Access Points. She is committed to expanding the reach of the Michigan Works! Agencies through faith-based and community organizations.

Prior to the SHARE Network initiative, she was responsible for Foreign Labor Certification, among other programs. She is a graduate of Wayne State University.