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Capital Area Michigan Works! to co-host spring job fair in Lansing

Employers from a variety of industries are hiring for more than 150 positions starting at $15/hour

Capital Area Michigan Works! is joining the Ingham County Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Lansing Police and Fire to host an in-person job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 19. More than 30 employers in industries such as manufacturing, childcare, health care and transportation will be present, with more than 150 job positions starting at $15 per hour available to job seekers.

“Capital Area Michigan Works! is looking forward to the opportunity to give local employers and job seekers the chance to connect face-to-face at this event,” said Carrie Rosingana, CAMW! chief executive officer. “In past years, we’ve held and assisted with successful virtual job fairs. We’re looking forward to seeing how this year’s fair, being in person, makes a measurable impact on the attendees.”

The job fair will take place in the rear parking lot of the Ingham MDHHS building, located at 5303 S. Cedar St. in Lansing. During the event, job seekers will have the opportunity to talk and make connections with employers based on their skills and interests. Hot dogs, snacks and refreshments will be provided by the Lansing Police and Fire Departments.

Employers attending the job fair include:

Prior to the event, attendees are invited to contact CAMW! at 517-492-5500 or for assistance with their resume and interview preparation. On the day of the event, job seekers should come dressed for success and with copies of their updated resume.


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