Expand your business or launch a new one! You can rise above the competition this summer with help from the Oakland County One Stop Shop Business Center. Take advantage of workshops that are being offered in June and July and connect with business experts and resources that can help you and your business succeed. Continue reading
Let the Oakland County One Stop Shop Business Center help you connect with the right resources to help your business launch or grow. Register for a workshop during the month of May to take advantage of hands-on seminars that are designed to help business owners and entrepreneurs advance to the next level. Topics include start-ups, small business loans, understanding cash flow, social media, and more. Continue reading
Let Oakland County’s NoHaz Collection team help you safely dispose of household hazardous materials ranging from pesticides, paints, air fresheners, propane cylinders, cleaning solutions, prescription medicines, and more.
You’d be surprised just how many everyday items are considered hazardous waste. Many of the objects that help us in our daily lives become dangerous when disposed of alongside regular rubbish. Do you have an item you’re unsure about? View lists of accepted and non-accepted materials in the FAQ section of Advantage Oakland’s NoHaz web page, or call the NoHaz Hotline at 248-858-5656.
Start the spring season off strong with assistance from Oakland County’s One Stop Shop Business Center. Sign up for a business workshop during the month of April to learn about small business loans, starting a business, market research, and more. The professionals at the One Stop Shop can help you kickstart your business and guide you in the right direction. Continue reading
The first MiCareerQuest Southeast was held November 28th, 2018 at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. MiCareerQuest is an innovative, hands-on career exploration experience for high school students, teachers, and counselors to learn about today’s hottest jobs from working professionals in the fields of Advanced Manufacturing, Construction, Health Sciences, and Information Technology.
Jennifer Llewellyn, Oakland County Manager of Workforce Development, shared, “the goal was to expose young people to occupations that they didn’t even know existed.” The event gave students a hands-on glimpse at numerous in-demand career opportunities. 7,000 students and chaperones, 114 exhibitor teams, 220 volunteers, and 200 special guests came together to make the day truly memorable.
Take a look at our video to watch the students explore careers and prepare for the future!