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Community Assistance Hotline

Established to support the educational needs of students experiencing homelessness or transiency of foster care during the COVID-19 health crisis. Hotline will be answered 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Please call 734.334-1567.

Workforce Development

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The Workforce Development Inventory Initiative was created by the Wayne Regional Educational Service Agency (Wayne RESA), with the support of local school superintendents, to accelerate access for Wayne County students to career and post-secondary resources. This groundbreaking collaborative increases career opportunities for students and supports economic growth in the region.

Krista McKinney-King

Director of Workforce Development, CTE, Adult Ed & Career Counseling

Find Your Future Here: Career and Post-Secondary Resources

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Wayne RESA has created a one-stop shop for career and post-secondary resources in Wayne County. Browse career exploration sites, Wayne County degree and training programs, school career resources, and employment and work readiness opportunities.


Ready to Launch

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The Ready to Launch Career Counselor program accelerates students' exposure to career opportunities. Full-time dedicated Career Counselors provide customized career counseling to individual students and small groups, increasing access for students to career and post-secondary options.

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