March, 2012

IT Career and Job Fair on April 10 in TC

The Northwest MI Council of Governments, MI Works, and Northwestern MI College will be hosting an IT Career and
Job Fair on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 from 4:00– 7:00 p.m. at the Hagerty Center located at 715 ...

The Affordable Care Act – Get the Facts. What does it mean for you?

City Seeks Input for Corridor Study: Five streets are being looked at for revitalization

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Parent Network Meeting March 14

Our next Parent Network meeting (for parents/guardians of individuals of all ages with disabilities) will be held Wednesday, March 14 at 6:30 at Disability Network.  Our guest speaker this month is Carrie Banks from Northwest Michigan Community Action ...


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Challenge Bullying: Create a Safe Community Conference in Traverse City

March 15 - Challenge Bullying: Creating a Safe Community, 4-7pm at NMC Hagerty Center

Hospitality Training Available in Petoskey


Hospitality Training Available in Petoskey
Enrollment Session - March 5

Training Sessions - March 19-23, 26-30
Petoskey Michigan Works! Service Center, The Inn at Bay Harbor

2012 Hidden Thoughts of LD Art Competition

The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) is looking for self-portraits that capture what life is like for individuals with learning disabilities (LD). What story does your portrait tell? Share with us expressions of your hopes, dreams, struggles and successes ...




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Traverse City, MI   49686

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