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Help For Job Seekers

Are you looking for a new job? A better job?

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Getting Substance Abuse Treatment?

Wayne County residents call 1-800-686-6543
Monroe County residents call 1-734-243-7340.
  • Working in the Digital Age

    Working in the Digital Age

    Eddie Colquitt joined the MichiganWorks! Wayne Service Center’s WIOA Youth Program in February of 2016. He was motivated to earn his GED and just needed a little extra help to accomplish his goal... more

    June 2017 view
  • STTF Helped Lincoln Park Die & Tool

    STTF Helped Lincoln Park Die & Tool

    Lincoln was thrilled to be granted $28,177 in STFF training funds, through Southeast Michigan Community Alliance... more

    May 2017 view
  • Getting Back into the Workforce

    Getting Back into the Workforce

    Growing up in Pennsylvania, Patricia Cudejko had aspirations of becoming an engineer. At age 17, she moved to Detroit to live with her sister’s family and later secured a position at Manufactures Bank... more

    May 2017 view
  • A Bright Future

    A Bright Future

    Nathaniel Taylor came to the Michigan Works Southgate Service Center Youth Program because he had recently stopped working at Burger King and had been living out of... more

    May 2017 view

What is the Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA)?

Since 1996, the Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) has been a leader in workforce development programs. SEMCA partners with various contractors to service residents in Wayne and Monroe counties, excluding the city of Detroit.

SEMCA is committed to its vision for a competitive economy that is sustained by private and public partnerships that develop a productive workforce.

As a result of our dedication to the residents of southeast Michigan, SEMCA is accredited by the Council on Accreditation, the first nonprofit organization in the country to receive such an accreditation from the Council under its newest network standards.

SEMCA is governed by three volunteer boards that fulfill specific functions of the organization the Workforce Development Board, the Education Advisory Group, and the Southeast Governmental Alliance (SEGA).

SEGA is the governing board of SEMCA. It is comprised of elected officials from the SEMCA region. The Honorable Mayor Abdul (Al) Haidous, City of Wayne, is the board chair. read more

  • WIA YOUTH IT Tour at Compuware
  • The Tech Shop in Allen Park
  • Workforce Development Board Chair, Charlie Mahoney
  • 2012 Hero 2 Hired Job Fair
  • Hero 2 Hired Job Fair 2014
  • CNC/Welding Jobseekers and Employer Forum
  • WIN's Career Pathways Conference
  • Josh Linker spoke at our Fresh Start event.
  • Earn and Learn Participany Advisory Council
  • UAW-Ford Training for the WIA Youth Program
  • Global Youth Service Day 2015
  • WIOA Youth Tour of Compuware.