Opportunity Detroit Tech

Opportunity Detroit Tech (ODT) envisions the Greater Detroit Region as a place where an improved information technology ecosystem can be the answer to industry and community economic success! ODT leverages strategic partnerships with workforce development agencies, community colleges, and IT industry leaders to identify and address the needs of the region’s information technology ecosystem. Empowered by the use of actionable labor market intelligence, ODT looks to raise awareness of and shape community response to the industry’s talent, customer, supply chain, and other growth needs to improve both the industry itself and the region as a whole.

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Bosch Presents on Talent Needed for Mobility Shifts, Most-Sought New Competencies at March MAGMA Advisory Council Meeting

10 Mar 2019
Over 30 attendees from a variety of employers, postsecondary institutions, and state and nonprofit organizations attended last week’s MAGMA Advisory Council meeting. The MAGMA Advisory Cou...

WIN Releases Q4 2018 Labor Market Report - Labor Force and Employment Reach Post-Recession High

04 Mar 2019
Employer demand continues to surge as most occupation groups experienced increases in online job postings from Q3 2018. The Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan (WIN) is ...

WIN Board Members, Henry Ford College and SEMCA Michigan Works! Honored by State Leaders, Workforce Experts at State Capitol

28 Feb 2019
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Joins Local Lawmakers in Celebrating Local Talent, Career Development Efforts in Southeast Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, local lawmakers and statewide talent devel...

Henry Ford College Seeks Industry Leaders for 4.0 Standards Regional Validation Workgroup Meeting

16 Feb 2019
Henry Ford College will host a Regional Validation Workgroup meeting on Friday, February 22 for Industry 4.0 standards through the Smart Automation Certification Alliance (SACA). These stand...

CALLING ALL EMPLOYERS. Learn About Hiring Graduates in Robotics and Automation

14 Feb 2019
  You're invited to Automation Alley to learn about no-cost, short-term training programs offered in robotics and automation through the Advance Michigan Catalyst program. If you...

Apprenticeship Tracking & Skills Data System – REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)

06 Feb 2019
The Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) and the Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan (WIN) are jointly issuing this request for proposals (RFP) seeking organiz...

Removing the Perceived Barriers to Apprenticeship Development

31 Jan 2019
As the struggle for talent continues, more companies, large and small, are realizing the need to create their own talent pipelines through apprenticeship. Still, many perceive the process to...

2018 Year In Review – WIN Executive Director, Michele Economou Ureste

17 Dec 2018
As 2018 comes to a close, the WIN Executive Director, Michele Economou Ureste, prepared a summary of the organization’s important regional initiatives, strategic planning, projects and par...