Welcome to Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation.
DESC provided services to thousands of Metro Detroit businesses last year. Through our partnerships with community-based and faith-based organizations, foundations and many others, we provide employers with access to the broadest talent pool in Detroit and a wide range of training programs to develop the talent employers need. Click the Contact Us link to access our Business Services team. If you are a jobseeker looking for new opportunities, click here to visit Detroit at Work.
Whether you’re a Detroiter looking for a job or training for a a new career path, Detroit at Work is where to find it.
Going PRO Talent Fund (formerly known as the Skilled Trades Training Fund) Nearly $30 Million in training funds Employers – Get the money and resources you need to find and train talent LEARN HOW TO APPLY AT A FREE INFORMATION SESSION Quick Facts: State of Michigan Initiative — nearly $30 million in funds available for … Continue reading Going PRO Talent Fund
Auto part supplier Flex-N-Gate has committed to hiring Detroiters first for the 400 jobs the company is creating with the construction of a new parts plant in the city’s I-94 Industrial Park.
Romona Irvin is one of the first graduates of the 'Detroit at Work' Healthcare program. A partnership between the City of Detroit, Oakland University School of Nursing and Focus: HOPE, 'Detroit at Work' is training Detroiters for careers in the healthcare industry.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced the kickoff of enrollment for his “Grow Detroit’s Young Talent” program.
Moving well beyond addressing basic city services he was tasked with to begin his first term, Mayor Mike Duggan is focusing his second on fixing some of the longstanding issues holding back Detroit: a broken school system, a lack of developed talent and neighborhoods forgotten in the city’s resurgence.
The city of Detroit is launching a new career mentorship program at five of its high schools after winning $100,000 from the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge and earning a spot as one of 35 “champion cities” competing for up to $5 million in grants.
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One-Stop Service Centers
Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation has locations that are strategically positioned throughout Detroit to service residents and provide a knowledgeable workforce to employers. DESC has three One-Stop Service Centers located in East, Southwest and Northwest Detroit.
- Samaritan Center, 5555 Conner, Detroit, MI 48213
- SER Metro, 9301 Michigan Avenue, Detroit, MI 48210
- Northwest Activities Center, 18100 Meyers, Detroit, MI 48235
We also have neighborhood access points located around the city providing access to basic jobseeker services, so you can be sure that there is always a facility close to you.