If you’re looking for a way to give back to the community, meet new people, and make a difference in the lives of others, look no further than the volunteer opportunities at Oakland County Parks & Recreation!
The success and ongoing support of Oakland County Parks & Recreation’s recreational and environmental programs depend greatly on volunteers and members of our community. There are several ways to get involved – whether you’re a high school student, an adult, senior, or a group/organization.
Spring is officially here…so why not spring forward your business and entrepreneurial skills?
The Oakland County One Stop Shop Business Center’s May workshops are now open for registration, and are the perfect way for business owners & entrepreneurs to defrost from the long winter and re-energize their business endeavors. Continue reading to see what’s being offered in the month of May!
This year, the National Main Street Conference is coming to Michigan! For the very first time, the national conference will take place in Detroit, and Oakland County is a participating sponsor and partner.
The conference, sponsored by the National Main Street Center and hosted by Michigan’s Main Street Center and Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA), is expected to bring in over 1,500 downtown development professionals from across the U.S. to Michigan.
In a recent press release (available HERE) from the Oakland County Executive’s Office, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson said small businesses are growing and thriving in Oakland County, Michigan.
Citing the press release, in 2013, existing small businesses and start-ups obtained triple the amount of loans and capital formation dollars from 2012 with the help of the Oakland County One Stop Shop Business Center.
The Oakland County One Stop Shop Business Center offers more than assistance in helping businesses secure loans and other forms of funding– watch this video and discover how we can help you and your business!
The stars were shining last night, as we celebrated the 2014 class of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson’s Elite 40 Under 40! This program, an initiative of Brooks, recognizes the brightest and best young talent that either live or work (and often times, both) in Oakland County.
Your career at Oakland County can begin in any number of places… and take you practically anywhere you want to go. We also offer a comprehensive benefits package, which can be viewed by clicking here.
Interested yet? Head over to Careers Page and explore all the different opportunities currently being offered throughout Oakland County. Keep in mind that new jobs are posted each Monday, so if you don’t see what you’re looking for today check back next week.
Use the ‘Search’ feature to filter through available positions.
Communications and IT have become the fastest-growing sector in Oakland County in recent years, according to Irene Spanos, director of the Oakland County Department of Economic Development & Community Affairs. She talks about why tech entrepreneurs are arriving – and staying – in the county in her guest blog post on Oakland County Prosper– our FREE electronic magazine.
Read her post HERE and learn more about the tech boom taking place right here in Oakland County!
[Photo credit: David Lewinski Photography]