Launch of the New “Access For All” Website
The Detroit Regional Workforce Fund (DRWF) is pleased to announce the newly redesigned website for the Access for All apprenticeship readiness program. The website can be viewed at http://www.accessforalldetroit.com. The Access for All program acts as a bridge for those who are interested in entering the skilled trades, but do not currently meet the construction apprenticeship requirements.
Created with the user experience firmly in mind, the website has been redesigned using the latest technology to best showcase the opportunity that Access for All provides to participants. Visitors to the site are able to learn about the program, the DRWF, and the organization Michigan State AFL-CIO Human Resources Development, Inc. (MHRDI), which provides the training. On the updated website, people interested in participating in the program may apply online directly, saving time for both the participants and for MHRDI during intake. The site also provides important statistics about the success of the program, such as the fact that 91% of students are employed after participating in Access for All.
“Thanks to the work of ICON Limitless , the new design features a clean, uncluttered look and feel with enhanced content, providing an improved visual experience,” said Karen Tyler-Ruiz, Executive Director, Detroit Regional Workforce Fund. “Visitors are encouraged to explore the new site and share the link widely.”