Why is it important for frontliners to go to college?

An education beyond high school opens the door to many opportunities. By taking a step forward on your education and career journey, you’re taking a step forward on your own financial success and independence – building a brighter, more secure future for you and your loved ones. You can do this!

How can I become a frontliner in Michigan?

Reach out to your local community college to see what types of assistance, programs and services are available to make your education dreams come true. Sign up today to learn more about Futures for Frontliners and hear what frontliners across Michigan are doing to dream big. It’s never too late.

How old do you have to be to apply for frontliners?

The Futures for Frontliners application has closed. If you are 25 years or older, you may still be eligible for tuition-free community college.

What should I do if I cant watch frontliners?

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What can I do to help frontliners in Michigan?

Michigan Works! Agencies Your local Michigan Works Agency can connect you with career exploration and coaching, tuition assistance, training and much more. MI Bridges allows you to apply for assistance programs and can help you to access more than 30,000 state and local services across Michigan.

What can help covid-19 frontliners who are exhausted and?

Physically exhausted, mentally exhausted…and not just because of the self quarantine restraints that we are under as you mentioned above. Most of us workers who are in the front line would trade ourselves with your situation gleefully for a week. I’m not trying to lessen what you are experiencing. This is no fun for anyone.

Who are the front line managers in an organization?

Frontline managers are the managerial foot soldiers, responsible for many of an organization’s critical day-to-day operations.