WIN relies on Sponsor Partner support to continue to design and deliver regional talent development strategies. The WIN network of community college and workforce development board partners cordially invites you to become a new Sponsor Partner Program member. Through the exposure associated with WIN state and federal grant programs, WIN is requested to speak on a regular basis at the local, state, and national level and provides recognition for board and sponsor partners.
Sponsor partnership is tax-deductible, and the SEMCA (WIN) EIN number is 38-2675191.
Download the WIN Sponsor Partner Program overview and learn about 2022 Sponsor Benefits and Annual Fees by clicking the image above. You can also view Partner Program Benefits below.
The primary geography of focus includes a 19-county area in greater southeast Michigan and the cities of Ann Arbor, Flint, and Detroit which constitutes over 63% of the Michigan labor force. The Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, serves as WIN’s fiduciary agent.
WIN is recognized as one of the top workforce collaboratives in the nation for the U.S. Department of Labor Advance Michigan Center for Apprenticeship Innovation (AMCAI), American Apprenticeship Initiative, and America’s Promise grants.
WIN workforce programs change lives by providing credentialing and education programs for high-demand middle skills and high skills occupations aimed at underrepresented and at-risk population groups. WIN cordially invites you to become a Sponsor Partner which provides business intelligence, sector strategy partnership in new grants, and company recognition in labor market reports, employer collaboratives, regional educational programs to enable the development of new regional education, and training programs.
Some of the WIN highlights include: