Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio) – Michigan has launched a new campaign called Going PRO to help employers in the U.P. and across the state fill more over 811,000 jobs in multiple fields.
The jobs are available in information technology and computer science, healthcare, manufacturing, and other business and professional trades fields, and military veterans represent a good solution to that problem.
Brian Kerrigan, regional director for the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights Local 1510 in the Upper Peninsula joined the Sunny Morning Show today to talk about the need for more millwrights and other positions statewide in the next 10 years.
Kerrigan talked about the demand for all professional trades in Michigan now and in the next decade.
He also talked about the role of six training centers in Michigan, including a new one that’s scheduled to open this fall in Negaunee, and outlined a typical day of training.
Kerrigan also shared information about how to get involved to get the training to find a successful career in the building trades.
Find out more about Michigan Going PRO HERE.