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State launches talent ad campaignThe state of Michigan is launching a $2.5 million digital marketing campaign, Choose Michigan, to attract new talent, Gov. Rick Snyder announced last Thursday at the Mackinac Policy Conference on Mackinac Island. It drew together business and political leaders last Tuesday through Friday for panels, policy discussions, networking and announcements.Michigan has failed to educate and curb misconceptions out-of-state workers and students have about Michigan, said Roger Curtis best replica handbags , director of the state’s talent and economic development department. The campaign will also work with local communities, starting with Grand Rapids and Detroit, on methods to show their cities off to potential new residents.$8 million mobility challengeThe state of Michigan is offering a purse of up to $8 million to organizations that can launch mobility services to support seniors, those with a disability or veterans. The Michigan Mobility Challenge is funded by the state’s general fund and was included in the recently passed budget, Snyder said at the Mackinac conference.MDOT will release a request for proposals in the next two weeks. Organizations will then have a month to respond and must launch a pilot within 60 days of winning funding from the state.Employers push for transit voteHundreds of businesses and nonprofits in Southeast Michigan joined forces to push political leaders to put a regional transit proposal on the ballot this fall, the Detroit Regional Chamber announced last Wednesday at the Mackinac conference.The 220 organizations in the Employers for Transit coalition want leaders to let the public decide on a plan at the midterm elections Nov. 6. The group is made up of the automotive supplier, education and health care industries, which employ more than 267,000 in the region.Nonprofit to launch career-readiness programWarren-based nonprofit Winning Futures announced plans at Mackinac to invest $150,000-$200,000 launching a four-year workforce preparedness program this fall for students in grades 10-13.The program will do job shadowing with the kids, enabling them to interact with professionals. They’ll learn entry-level skills and intern while they’re still part of the program.Business, nonprofit and government leaders last Wednesday called for such programs that not only fill gaps, but also instill in young people the need for lifelong learning for the ability to adapt to fast-changing technologies.Michigan commits $50 million to building second Soo LockGov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders committed up to $50 million to upgrade the Soo Locks kmerksemsc.be , a bid to persuade the federal government to fund the long-sought $1 billion proposal to build a second large lock that allows commercial ships to traverse the Great Lakes, the Associated Press reported.The money is part of an additional $400 million for infrastructure from a surplus that was included in a state budget deal last week. The Republican governor said at the Mackinac conference that he would ask other Great Lakes states to contribute funds because if the U.S. government ultimately helps pay for the project, the Trump administration has indicated it wants 20 percent to come from nonfederal sources and that large-scale projects with such funding would be moved to the top of the priority list.GM, Detroit chamber launch $150,000 grant programGeneral Motors Co. is granting $150,000 to help the Detroit Regional Chamber fund the pilot NeighborhoodHub Community Grant program.It would give $30,000 to a community group in each of five Detroit neighborhoods. Proposals will need to include programming focused on needs in that community and improving an accessible physical space whether a vacant storefront, a coffee shop where people gather, space in a local library or in a community church basement to house the programming.Back-to-school initiative earns national nodThe Detroit Regional Chamber, Wayne State University and Macomb Community College are re-engaging in efforts to get people in the region to complete degrees or post-secondary certifications.Their work has caught the attention of the Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation, which has designated Detroit as one of 23 “talent hubs” across the country and awarded it $275,000 to continue its efforts, with support from the Kresge Foundation, the groups announced during the Mackinac conference last Wednesday.The “talent hub” designation means cities have demonstrated they have capacity and ability to significantly increase the numbers of residents with college degrees, certificates or other credentials beyond a high school diploma.Education leaders push finance improvementMichigan’s education leaders were seeking to sell the state’s business leaders on an education finance reform plan in hopes of forcing Lansing’s hand at the Mackinac Policy Conference last week.Superintendents promoted the School Finance Research Collaborative, a bipartisan group of business leaders and education experts from around the state that recently created a road map for a school funding system that serves the wide-ranging needs of all students. Talent and education were major themes at the policy conference.Goodwill Industries purchase could boost trainingGoodwill Industries of Greater Detroit plans to acquire a skilled-trades company that would provide new training ground for in-demand jobs.The Detroit-based nonprofit narrowed the field to three companies and is on track to close on one of them by year’s end, CEO Dan Varner said during the conference.

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