MMCC Job Fair

Friday, October 6, 2017

12:30pm - 4:30pm Open to the Public

MMCC's Harrison Campus Ester C. Conference Room

The MMCC Job Fair is a convenient opportunity for employers to interview and hire local workers and for job seekers to connect with companies who need their skills. Employers from a variety of industries will be in attendance looking for candidates at all skill levels. Job seekers should dress for success and bring several copies of their updated résumé. The event is free to job seekers and open to the public.

The MMCC Job Fair is a partnership between Mid Michigan Community College and Michigan Works.

Future Focus for High School Seniors

To highlight College Application Month, which takes place during October for local high school students, the Job Fair event will kick-off with a session for local high school seniors (which runs from 9:00am-11:30am) to help them focus on their futures and raise awareness of education and career options in the local area.

Students who attend will have the opportunity to speak with MMCC program directors, manufacturers and other businesses in the area, representatives from MI Works, and recruiters from local colleges. Event co-hosted by MMCC and the Clare-Gladwin Career Tech. Ed. & RESD.

For more information and to register your school for this event, contact Chris Pellerito at or call at (989) 386-6660.

Employer Registration

Reserve your booth today! Showcase available career opportunities to local job seekers at the MMCC Job Fair.

Complete the registration form below.

If you are an employer and have additional questions, contact Annette Sturdavant at (989) 386-6614 or

Lunch & Futurist Speaker Registration

MiWorks Appreciation Breakfast

This breakfast is limited to participating MiWorks employees. These individuals are asked to RSVP via the form below. If you have any questions about the MiWorks Appreciation breakfast, contact Annette Sturdavant at (989) 386-6614 or

Futurist Speaker Keith Brophy Bio

Keith Brophy

Keith has served as State Director of the Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC) since 2015. Keith’s background prior to the SBDC includes extensive experience launching and building various national businesses that began in Michigan.

He started his career at IBM Federal Systems in Washington D.C. working on a variety of forward-looking technologies before moving back to Michigan to work at X-Rite, Inc., the world’s leader in color science technology.

Keith subsequently embarked on several entrepreneurial endeavors that include serving as CEO of Ideomed, a care-team connected mobile health company with operations in Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor; president and co-owner of NuSoft Solutions, headquartered in Troy with offices in Grand Rapids and Cincinnati, Ohio; and CEO/co-founder of Sagestone Consulting, with headquarters in Grand Rapids and offices in Chicago and Columbus. NuSoft and Sagestone built sophisticated technology solutions for various industries that include manufacturing, healthcare, education, finance, and other sectors. Keith has been a past Ernst & Young Michigan Entrepreneur of the Year, and the companies he has led have received various recognitions such as “Michigan 50 to Watch,” Microsoft’s national education solution of the year, Computer World’s outstanding life science solution, and an Edison national award for online innovation.

Keith has also served on a range of for-profit, charitable non-profit, and economic development organization boards over the years, including serving as chairman of the State of Michigan SBDC Advisory Board. Keith has been a frequent speaker on future trends in regional and national venues, including testimony before state subcommittees on technology business development and testimony before a U.S. congressional subcommittee on mobile health innovation.

He holds a B.S. in computer science from the University of Michigan and an M.S.I.S. from Strayer University.

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