Capital Area Michigan Works! grows staff

Capital Area Michigan Works! is growing its staff with two new hires. Laurence Levi has joined the staff as the Capital Area Prisoner Reentry community coordinator and Armando Arevalo has joined as the agricultural talent specialist. Levi holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Michigan State University and has previous experience as a career consultant. As the Capital Area Prisoner Reentry community coordinator, he will ensure a smooth transition for CAMW! program participants paroled from prison. Arevalo, who is also a graduate of Michigan State University, grew up as a migrant seasonal farm worker. As the agricultural talent specialist for CAMW!, he will assist agricultural professionals in finding work to match their skills. Capital Area Michigan Works! aims to provide a variety of services to both job seekers and employers. The diverse skillset of staff members such as Levi and Arevalo allow CAMW! to offer unique programs

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