Capital Area Michigan Works! is a network of resources for employers and career seekers. We partner with businesses to develop recruiting and retention strategies, and we partner with job seekers to enhance education and career opportunities.
Capital Area Michigan Works! is a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Our three American Job Centers in Charlotte, Lansing and St. Johns provide mid-Michigan employers and career seekers with the best resources to fulfill their employment needs.
Carrie Rosingana is the chief executive officer for Capital Area Michigan Works!, a workforce development agency responsible for managing multi-million dollar federal and state grant programs within the tri-county Capital region of Clinton, Eaton and Ingham Counties. She has worked in workforce development since 2007. Carrie started her career as a career coach and case manager within the Capital Area Michigan Works! system before joining the Capital Area Michigan Works! administrative team as their quality assurance officer. From there, Carrie was promoted to the chief compliance officer role and then served as the chief operating officer and equal opportunity officer for five years prior to becoming CEO in July 2020. Under Carrie’s leadership efforts, the Capital Area Michigan Works! has held a track record across programs in successfully meeting or exceeding program performance metrics and has successfully ensured that Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) best practices are at the forefront of program design and implementation, resulting in multiple years of successful State level equal opportunity reviews.
Carrie holds a bachelor’s degree in family community service from Michigan State University as well as a variety of certifications and trainings from organizations such as the State of Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget, National Career Development Association, and the National Council for Behavioral Health. Carrie serves on behalf of Capital Area Michigan Works! on numerous regional and statewide boards for organizations including the Lansing Economic Area Partnership, Capital Area Manufacturing Council, Lansing Community College Coalition for College and Career Readiness (C3R), the Michigan Energy Workforce Development Consortium, and the Michigan Diversity Education Center.