Partners For Success
Our partnerships with other organizations throughout the state allow Kinexus Group to expand the ways we meet the needs of employers, job seekers, and
Together, inspiring students to think, learn, achieve, and care in a global community. At Berrien Springs Public Schools, we strive to serve the needs of all student learners while seeking ways for students to reach their full potential.
Ed and Darlene Lowe established the Edward Lowe Foundation in 1985 to leverage entrepreneurship as a strategy for economic growth and community development.
Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a state-based national non-profit organization dedicated to preventing dropouts among young people who have serious barriers to graduation and/or employment.
LEO and its subsidiary agencies work to provide the connections, expertise and innovative solutions to drive continued business growth, build vibrant communities, create affordable housing, generate tourism and attract and retain key talent to fill Michigan’s vast pipeline of opportunities.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation offers business assistance services and capital programs for business attraction and acceleration.
A collective impact group of community leaders from all sectors who use their collective voice for the betterment of all in our community.
The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center is an organization dedicated to supporting Michigan manufacturers to work smarter, to compete and to prosper.
The Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC) enhances Michigan’s economic wellbeing by providing counseling, training and research for new ventures, existing small businesses and advanced technology companies.
The Michigan Works! Association is a workforce development association serving employers and job seekers throughout Michigan.
NAWB represents approximately 550 Workforce Development Boards and their 12,000+ business members that coordinate and leverage workforce strategies with education and economic development stakeholders within their local communities, to ensure that state and local workforce development and job training programs meet the needs of employers.
United Way of Southwest Michigan is part of a national network of more than 1,300 locally governed organizations that work to create lasting positive changes in communities and people’s lives.
The Employers’ Association is a not-for-profit association incorporated in 1939 to provide practical Human Resource Solutions to the West Michigan business community – many having business operations throughout the world.
Workforce Development- State
Workforce Development (TIA-WD) vision is to promote a flexible, innovative, and effective workforce system within the State of Michigan.
At YouthBuild programs in the United States and across the globe, low-income young people learn construction skills to help build affordable housing and other community assets such as community centers and schools.