Oakland County held its first-ever sustainability conference at the Waterford Oaks Activity Center on Nov. 17 and representatives from 20 communities came to learn from each other about sustainability efforts happening around the county.Continue reading
Oakland County is looking for the next class of young adults who are “All Ways, Moving Forward” for the Oakland Together 40 Under 40 Class of 2024. The award program seeks individuals under the age of 40 who are innovators, succeeding in their professions, and providing significant and essential service to their communities.
Our 40 Under 40 classes have encompassed talent, skill, and excellence coupled with passion for public service and a commitment to significant and critical contributions to their communities. I have no doubt that the 2024 class will be no different, and I look forward to connecting with the people who are making such a difference in our county.Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter.
Register for free Virtual Job Fair | Tuesday, Oct. 17 | 1-4 p.m.
Looking for a new, rewarding career? Do you want to work for an employer that provides competitive wages and outstanding benefits? Oakland County government has positions open in a variety of different departments and divisions. Learn more about working for Oakland County and the jobs available by registering to attend this free Virtual Job Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 17 from 1 to 4 p.m., hosted by Michigan Works!Continue reading
Some of the best and brightest young professionals who live or work in Oakland County came together last week to receive their Oakland Together 40 Under 40 Program awards. These individuals exemplify Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter’s vision for a community working together to leverage its strengths, address its challenges, and find value in working with regional partners.Continue reading
On Friday, October 7th, Oakland County Michigan Works!, in partnership with Oakland County, Oakland Schools, and Oakland Community College, hosted the first in-person Manufacturing Day since 2019. A total of 32 advanced manufacturing facilities in Oakland County opened their doors to more than 750 high school students from 17 school districts and four technical campuses.
This was the eighth year Oakland County has participated in National Manufacturing Day, designed to introduce students to the many in-demand, rewarding careers in modern manufacturing and the skilled trades. These include quality control, logistics, welding, design and engineering, maintenance, PLC robotics, mechatronics, metallurgy, metrology, and project management.Continue reading