Kinexus Group is a nonprofit organization that develops solutions for the challenges that keep the economy from thriving. Our services benefit the region with three key outcomes: thriving businesses, 21st century workforce talent, and clean safe neighborhoods. As a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, we attract public and private sector funding sources to provide solutions for a wide array of business, workforce, and community challenges. Individual donations, grants, fee-for-service projects, social enterprises, and legislatively-directed funding are among the ways in which we fund our work.
We have played a pivotal role in Southwest Michigan for over five decades. From the Manpower Act to CETA thru JTPA, the Private Industry Council (PIC) to Michigan Works! and now Kinexus Group, our efforts and services have always focused on driving the regional economy forward. In the last 50+ years, we have gone from a small federally designated workforce program to a diverse multi-faceted nonprofit organization. The journey started long ago with the belief we could make a difference with economically disadvantaged people. And has grown into a belief we can provide solutions to complex economic challenges facing our region and the state of Michigan. It’s our rich history that compels us to transform the future of our region, our communities and our neighbors.
Kinexus Group can be thought of as a hub of change agents that connect people, resources, and organizations with strategies and services that make our region, and Michigan, a great place to do business.
In 2017, we launched Youth Solutions, Inc., a premier youth opportunity non-profit delivering promising practices to our most vulnerable youth. This subsidiary organization has a vision that ensures every young adult in Michigan is educated, employed, and career-bound. Youth Solutions is capitalizing on the exponential growth of its leading program- Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates (JMG)- to bring impactful services to youth populations statewide. The program started at Benton Harbor High School in 2008 serving 76 at-risk-youth. Today, the program serves nearly 2,300 students ages 14-26 in 57 schools and non-profit organizations across 37 Michigan cities.
330 W. Main St.
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
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