MI Apprenticeship, managed by the Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) and its partners, aims to make apprenticeship work for companies and job-seekers. Whether you’re an employer seeking to hire apprentices or a job seeker looking for long-term success, we’ll help you navigate the world of registered apprenticeships.
The need to fill workforce gaps
How can we help?
Who We Are
Led by the Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan (WIN), AMCAI is comprised of community colleges and Michigan Works! Agencies in Southeast Michigan who are focused on establishing and expanding apprenticeship programs in a variety of industries with high demand.
AMCAI has partners across the state, including Apprenticeship Coordinators at eight area colleges. Find and contact your local AMCAI partners here.
Need help? Have questions? Get in touch with one of our Registered Apprenticeship coordinators at this email address.
Michele Economou Ureste
Executive Director, Workforce Intelligence Network
Michele consults with employers, colleges, and workforce development partners to develop and launch new apprenticeship programs and shares the “why” and “how” of apprenticeship with candidates, parents, and educators.
Regional Apprenticeship Administrator, Workforce Intelligence Network
Project Assistant, Workforce Intelligence Network
Vanessa is MI Apprenticeship’s Project Assistant. She supports the team with project management, data management, communications, and more.