Items Tagged with 'Hello West Michigan'


GRBJ Podcast: Rachel Bartels of Hello West Michigan

August 8, 2017
Rachel Bartels, program manager at Hello West Michigan, is the featured guest in episode 46 of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

Finding a place for ‘trailing spouses’

Hello West Michigan connects uprooted families to jobs, volunteer opportunities and friends.

December 2, 2016
One of the challenges facing West Michigan when it comes to talent acquisition is how to secure workers who have spouses or partners who also need employment in the area. Read More

ReThink West Michigan calls on ex-residents

November 18, 2016
Two local organizations will host a party next week with one central aim: bring back the talent. Read More

Attracting talent starts with Hello

West Michigan initiative reaches out to interns, job seekers, ‘boomerangs’ and more.

June 17, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) West Michigan is a place with something for everyone. Read More

Hello West Michigan partners with The Right Place

December 14, 2015
An organization promoting the region to potential talent as a place to live and work is joining forces with an economic development nonprofit. Read More

Event aims to attract talent home

Rethink West Michigan is taking advantage of holiday visits with family to connect with ex-pats.

November 20, 2015
If you left West Michigan, come back. If you are thinking about leaving, don’t. Read More

Hello West Michigan produces Intern Connect

June 4, 2015
Grand Rapids, it’s time to bring in the interns to connect, meet employers, volunteer — and watch the movie “The Internship.” Read More

ReThink West Michigan targets ex-residents

November 24, 2014
On Thanksgiving eve, professionals who used to live in the region can connect with recruiters ready to fill jobs. Read More

Intern Connect networks downtown

July 17, 2014
Interns are going to be flocking to Grand Rapids later this month. Read More

Rethink West Michigan recruits ex-Michiganders

November 25, 2013
Holiday travel can be hectic and stressful, leaving some people thinking, "Maybe we should relocate closer to family." Read More