The Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU) summer youth employment program, renamed MyCITY, is now accepting applications. Youth between the ages of 14-18 who live in the City of Kalamazoo or attend a Kalamazoo Public School may apply now through April 23.
In the spirit of Opening Day for the 2017 baseball season, we recognize the work of the late Vic Wertz, former Detroit Tigers’ first baseman and outfielder, as well as Kalamazoo RESA’s own Stephanie Steffer.
The Kalamazoo RESA Education for Employment’s Culinary Arts program has been recognized by the Michigan Occupational Special Populations Association (MOSPA) as a recipient of the 2017 MOSPA Program Award-Secondary.
Making the move to post-high school life is tough. The County-Wide Transition Team at Kalamazoo RESA helps students with disabilities and their families think about life after school and works with them to face the specific challenges they meet.
Kalamazoo RESA has partnered with Michigan Works! Southwest and the Southwest Michigan Employer Resource Network (SWERN) to provide employees with access to confidential resource opportunities. SWERN strives to connect people with resources for employee success at work and in life, and Kalamazoo RESA is happy to extend the services to its employees.