Our vision is to target unemployed, underemployed, and at risk populations in our region to create bridge programs that link to employment opportunities. We will deliver accelerated or compressed programs in high demand areas to obtain the jobs skills necessary for employment. Employment Data will be used to determine areas of focus from CAMW, data labor and other available resources.
The mission of the Job Training Center is to provide a quality learning experience for students pursuing job skills for employment, using year-round instruction with multiple starting dates and hands-on curriculum. These programs will be designed to articulate into our credit degree programs to achieve student success. This mission also includes providing employers with a highly skilled new employee that has appropriate credentials and skills to be successful. College credit may be awarded toward a certificate or associate degree in specific programs and will be contingent upon pre-review and approval of the academic Dean.
Salaries and job opportunities are determined through research and direct contact with area businesses. Occupations may be linked with other certificate and associate degree classes as well as four year institutions. Programs may be credit and/or non-credit. Individuals may become employed after the initial training package and continue on with their education for higher level employment.
Short-term training is designed so that training is received in six months or less and can lead to employment.
This program will work towards developing the English skills that students need in order to successfully achieve competency in ESOL for Low Intermediate (Level 3).
Community Education and Workforce Development acts as a gateway to success for traditional and non-traditional students.
Lansing Community College Student Support Services and Resources.
Search for jobs, career prospects, and other career resources at Pure Michigan Talent Connect.
Capital Area Michigan Works! offers classes like Computer Basics, Computer Enrichment - MS Word, Computer Enrichment - MS Excel, among many others.
Testing for reading, writing, and math is available at CAMW! on Mondays and Thursdays every week from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Picture ID is required for testing. Please call 517-492-5580 for more information. For more information about LCC assessment process, please visit LCC Placement Testing Center.
Prepare for your test!
Attend the Assessment Testing workshop designed to assist students taking or re-taking the LCC assessment test. Work with Bruce Elam, LCC's test coach to be fully prepared to test or improve your scores!
Job Connections Workshop: Identify career paths and/or where to focus your job search.
Application Know-How: Don't let simple errors that could cost you your job!
Employability Express: Know the resources available, effective strategies for today's job search and how to get educational/training funding. See workshop dates and register.
Free Microsoft computer classes are available monthly for Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Contact us for more details.
First Impressions Clothing Boutique
CAMW! Lansing Service Center has a career-clothing closet available for clients! Receive up to three outfits per month to look your best at an interview!
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact Noelia Alvarado at 517-492-5520.
Have a staff member review your resume and cover letter! Stop in the Lansing CAMW! or call 517-492-5580 to schedule an appointment.
CAMW! Career Seeker Services
Utilize all the services of the Lansing CAMW! Service Center.
Capital Area Michigan Works! (CAMW)
2110 S. Cedar Street
Lansing, MI 48910
Free Parking | CATA Route 5