Michigan Department of Career Development Announces Commission on Spanish-Speaking Affairs to Meet May 4

Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from Michigan Department of Career Development

    LANSING, Mich., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 The Michigan Commission on Spanish-Speaking Affairs will meet in a public
 session at 10 a.m. Friday, May 4, at the Carlton Lodge, 1629 West Maumee
 Street, Adrian.
     If anyone has matters to bring before the commission, they may contact the
 commission office at 517-373-8339.  There will be an opportunity for public
 comment at the beginning of the meeting.
     The Michigan Commission on Spanish-Speaking Affairs is part of the
 Michigan Department of Career Development.  The Department of Career
 Development helps workers find jobs and employers recruit and train skilled
 workers.  To this end, the state's new career and training development agency
 is working with K-12 schools, community colleges and local Workforce
 Development Boards toward the establishment of a comprehensive career
 development system.  For more information, visit the Department's Web site at
 www.MDCD.org .
 
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SOURCE Michigan Department of Career Development
    LANSING, Mich., April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 The Michigan Commission on Spanish-Speaking Affairs will meet in a public
 session at 10 a.m. Friday, May 4, at the Carlton Lodge, 1629 West Maumee
 Street, Adrian.
     If anyone has matters to bring before the commission, they may contact the
 commission office at 517-373-8339.  There will be an opportunity for public
 comment at the beginning of the meeting.
     The Michigan Commission on Spanish-Speaking Affairs is part of the
 Michigan Department of Career Development.  The Department of Career
 Development helps workers find jobs and employers recruit and train skilled
 workers.  To this end, the state's new career and training development agency
 is working with K-12 schools, community colleges and local Workforce
 Development Boards toward the establishment of a comprehensive career
 development system.  For more information, visit the Department's Web site at
 www.MDCD.org .
 
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