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!
There are more than 567, 900 veterans living in Michigan with more than 50,000 veterans calling Oakland County home. It is an honor to assist those who have served our country, and during May we celebrate Military Appreciation Month and pay tribute to all members of all military branches, including active-duty, reserves and retired.
What began in 1978 as a weeklong observation in Santa Rosa, California, and was proclaimed by President Jimmy Carter as National Women’s History Week just two years later, is now officially Women’s History Month. First established by an act of Congress in 1987, the annual declaration memorializes the contributions women have made to U.S. history.
Here in Oakland County, the Board of Commissioners is recognizing local women for the historic impact they have made in their communities. Commissioners were invited to submit the names of exceptional women for this honor as part of the Board’s celebration of March as Women’s History Month. This is the second year the Board has honored outstanding local women.