As of July 6, Michigan Works! Southwest is open using contactless service. Call for more information.

COVID-19 RESPONSE

Whether you’re ready to continue your education, find a job or explore your career we’re here to help.

Connect with the Michigan Works! Southwest Service Center to find out how to explore your interests and abilities, gain necessary education, learn new skills and continue making progress on your career pathway. We work closely with YOU to assist young adults in navigating their path to success, no matter where they’re starting from.

Strategies that may be available

  • Re-enrollment in school
  • Credit recovery
  • GED preparation and completion
  • Job preparation assistance
  • Skills training for employability
  • Paid work experience
  • Transportation assistance
  • College/career development coaching
  • Scholarship/financial aid application assistance
  • Business and industry tours
  • Mentoring

To discuss these and other services available for young adults, contact a youth services representative by calling YOU Headquarters or the Michigan Works! Southwest service center nearest you.

Contact Information

YOU Headquarters
Kalamazoo RESA
fax: (269) 775-1661
422 East South Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Michigan Works! Southwest Service Center
Kalamazoo County
fax: (269) 383-3785
1601 S. Burdick Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
Michigan Works! Southwest Service Center
Branch County
fax: (517) 278-0221
210 Vista Drive
Coldwater, MI 49036
Michigan Works! Southwest Service Center
St. Joseph County
fax: (269) 273-3002
16587 Enterprise Drive
Three Rivers, MI 49093
Michigan Works! Southwest Service Center
Calhoun County
fax: (269) 965-3653
200 W. Van Buren Street
Battle Creek, MI 49017

We can help you prepare for and find a job.

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