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Hancock County

Sheldon Bycynski , Director

Carolyn Rodenhauser, JOBsolutions Workforce Development Administrator

rodenc@odjfs.state.oh.us

7746 County Road 140 Suite B

P.O. Box 270

Findlay, OH 45839

Phone: (419) 429-8083

Toll Free Phone: (800) 228-2732

Fax: (419) 422-8346

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a. m. - 4:30 p.m.

Hancock County Services

JOBsolutions offers a Project JOBS Workshop on Mondays at 2 p.m. which introduces all the services JOBsolutions can provide to job seekers. Attendees are encouraged to sign up for individual conferences to faciliate one-on-one assistance.

The agency offers Resume Writing appointments and Interviewing Workshops. Computers are available for job searches. JOBsolutions.net offers job seekers ACCESS Point, a service linked to area employers.

GED Classes, sponsored by Owens Community College, are offered here at JOBsolutions on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Contact Owens Community College at 567-661-2708 for more details.

 

Wood County

Mary DeWitt, Director

dewitm@odjfs.state.oh.us

1928 East Gypsy Lane Road

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 352-7566

Toll Free Phone: (888) 282-1118

Fax: (419) 353-6091

Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m./ Tues 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Wood County Services

Job & Family Services conducts Job Search Classes at JOBsolutions. Class size is kept small (generally under 12 students) and the curriculum is taught in modules, allowing students to enter and benefit from the class on any given day. Instruction covers all the elements of organizing an efficient job search including basic resumes and cover letters that can be tailored for specific employers. After class time, assistance is available in contacting potential employers.  Once an interview is scheduled, Job Search Coaches can help with everything from researching the company to providing transportation. Help can continue after the student lands the job if needed to ensure success. Staff can help with professional or specialized clothing and necessary equipment, payment of license, certification and testing fees, pre-placement physicals and drug screening. Most importantly, they will be there to support both the employer and the new worker during the first critical months on the job.

Job and Family Services also provides access to all public assistance cash and medical programs, Food Stamps, Child Care and emergency services through the Wood County JOBsolutions offices.

Wyandot County

W. Thomas Bennett, Director


Josh Anderson, JOBsolutions Workforce Development Supervisor


anderj@odjfs.state.oh.us


120 East Johnson St.


Upper Sandusky, OH 43351


Phone: (419) 294-4977 ext. 233


Toll Free Phone: (800) 320-5211


Fax: (419) 294-6419


Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a. m. - 4:00 p.m.


Wyandot County Services


Our Resource Room offers high speed internet for online job searching, newspapers from Wyandot and surrounding counties, a job search booklet that lists recent job postings in an easy-to-read manner, and various postings of other employment opportunities.  Also available is information on labor market trends, literature on various training institutions, how-to guides that instruct on creating the proper resume and cover letter, information on how to successfully complete interviews, and case manager assistance.


WIA Orientation (Workforce Investment Act) is a bi-monthly orientation to introduce individuals to Wyandot County’s employment services.  As part of the Orientation, clients will be given a complete overview of the potential services for which they qualify based on their individual circumstances.  These services may include:  self service job search assistance, and intensive services leading to an individual employment/career plan, training services, ongoing placement services and supportive services.  Please contact: Josh Anderson 419-294-4977 ext. 233 for more information.


“Re-Tooling your Toolbox” is a 2 hour group session focusing on equipping you with job search tips to compete successfully in today’s job market. Mondays 9-11 a.m. To reserve a seat: 419-294-4977 ext. 244.


One on One Employment assistance can be scheduled offering a more individualized, employment plan based on your career goals.  Please call to schedule: 419-294-4977 ext. 244.


In addition, the agency offers Cover Letter/Resume Writing appointments and Interviewing Tips. Please call to schedule any one or all of these Re-employment resources:  419-294-4977 ext. 4.


GED Classes, sponsored by Marion Technical College, are offered here at JOBsolutions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Contact Mary Wines at 419-294-4977 ext. 235 for more details.


Job and Family Services also provides information on public assistance including but not limited to, child care, food assistance, housing, and health care. Call 419-294-4977.

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HANCOCK COUNTY

Nicole Conley  (419) 429-8062

nicole.conley@jfs.ohio.gov

Jerry Lugo  (419)-429-8036

jerry.lugo@jfs.ohio.gov

Susan Wagner  (419) 429-8064

susan.wagner@jfs.ohio.gov

Maria Amador   (419) 429-8002

maria.amador@jfs.ohio.gov

7746 County Road 140 Suite B

Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: (419) 429-8083

Fax: (419) 422-8346

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 WOOD COUNTY

Kerry Bradley (419) 352-7566, ext. 6969

kerry.bradley@jfs.ohio.gov

Avery (Jay) Miller (419) 352-7566, ext. 8239

avery.miller@jfs.ohio.gov

Holly Ulmer (419) 352-7566, ext. 8270

holly.ulmer@jfs.ohio.gov

1928 E. Gypsy Lane Road

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Toll Free Phone: (888) 282-1118

Fax: (419) 353-6091

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

WYANDOT COUNTY

 

 

heidi.quirion@jfs.ohio.gov

120 East Johnson St.

Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

 

Partner Overview: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services offers employment services for all Ohioans. Services include job search assistance for Job Seekers as well as Employers at their Web Site www.ohiomeansjobs.com

Customer Service Representatives are on site each week. A business services specialist participates as part of our Business Outreach team, providing solutions to the workforce needs of area employers.  ODJFS staff provide employment counseling and job matching services using the State of Ohio labor exchange system as well as other partner services. Assistance is available to employers in submitting employment opportunities to the on-line labor exchange system and to job seekers in the use of the internet registration. Job seekers are informed of current job opportunities and referrals are made to prospective employers. ODJFS personnel also provide information concerning Work Opportunity Tax Credits and other supportive services to employers and job seekers.

ODJFS staff interview customers to assess employability, job retention skills, education, aptitude, job interests and job readiness to ensure employment goals are realistic. Services are coordinated with other partners to improve customer skills when needed to expand career opportunities.  ODJFS staff also provide occupational skills training and vocational education to individuals eligible for such services under the Trade Adjustment Act, and Veterans Employment and Training programs.

 

 

Veteran Employment Representative

Ben Hopps (Hancock, Wood, and Wyandot)

benjamin.hopps@jfs.ohio.gov

7746 County Road 140 Suite B

Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: (419) 429-8027

Fax: (419) 422-8346

 

Partner Overview: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Veterans Representative offers employment services for all Eligible Ohio Veterans.

 A Veteran Representative can provide employment counseling and other intensive services as well as referral to other partner services in accordance with State and Federal Laws and Regulations. The Vet. Rep. can also provide local employers with the benefits of hiring Veterans.

Veteran staff interview customers to assess employability, job retention skills, education, aptitude, job interests and job readiness to ensure employment goals are realistic. Services are coordinated with other partners to improve customer skills, when needed, and to expand career opportunities and marketability. Veteran staff also provide information concerning the Veteran's Administration (VA).


Hancock County Veterans Assistance Center

Nicole Coleman

nrcoleman@co.hancock.oh.us

1100  E. Main Cross St., Suite 201

Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: (419) 424-7036

Fax: (419) 424-7440

Hours: Mon through Fri 8:30 a.m. to Noon/1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Partner Overview: Hancock County Veterans Assistance Officer assists persons in the Armed Forces of the United States, veterans, spouses, children, parents, and dependents of veterans in preparing and presenting claims or obtaining rights or benefits under any law of the United States or of Ohio. These benefits include vocational rehabilitation, outpatient medical center services, pension, compensation, VA Home Loans, Agent Orange or Nuclear Radiation Exposure, correction of military records, burial allowance, education and training, nursing home care, insurance, hospitalization, alcohol and drug dependence treatment, and appeal of Adverse VA Decisions.

 

 


 

 

Ashley Butler

albutler@wsos.org

7746 C.R. 140

Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: (419) 429-8045

Fax: (419) 423-6956

 

Joel Burg

jeburg@wsos.org

812 N. College Dr.

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 353-7407

 

Roger Fisher

rafischer@wsos.org

2228 Hayes Avenue

Fremont, OH 43420

Phone: (800) 775-9767

Toll Free Phone: (800) 775-9767

Fax: (419) 334-8919

Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Partner Overview: WSOS Community Action Commission is a non-profit organization offering various services primarily in Hancock, Wood, Sandusky, Ottawa and Seneca Counties. In addition, WSOS manages community and economic development services throughout Ohio, as well as environmental assistance in a seven-state region. Primary services include employment and training programs, child and family development programs, Head Start, emergency food, shelter, and energy assistance, senior services, economic development, environmental assistance, housing, and public utility assistance. For further information about services or their eligibility requirements, call your local office.

Fatherhood Connections is a free program for all fathers--stepfathers, fathers-to-be, neew fathers, custodial, and non-custodial--regardless of economic status. The program is fatherhood-centered and designed to ehlp fathers of all walks of life develop healthy and lasting relationships with their children while assisting them to develop the tools needed to provide economic stability for their families. Call your local 419-353-7407 for more details.

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Paul Shaffer

Paul_Shaffer@experienceworks.org

P.O. Box 1847

Lima, OH 45802-1847

Phone: (419) 222-3118

Toll Free: (877) 496-6439

 

Carol Marlow

Carol_Marlow@experienceworks.org

500 Lehman Avenue

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 353-2600

Fax: (419) 353-2621

 

Connie Coe

camccormick@prodigy.net

270 Sterkel Blvd.

Mansfield, OH 44907

Phone: (419) 756-1150

Fax: (419) 756-5009

 

Betty J. Johnson

ewfoa3@bright.net

300 Highland Parkway 12-D

Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

Phone: (419) 209-0258

 

Partner Overview:  The Experience Works Program provides services to job seekers who are at least 55 years old and are determined eligible for the Senior Community Employment Program. Job seekers may receive a training wage while receiving services including individual assessment and employment counseling. The training wage continues throughout the development of an Individual Employment Plan, job placement, job counseling, and follow-up services. Participants needing to upgrade or acquire skills may be placed in public or private non-profit organizations where they receive training and assistance in transitioning to private sector jobs. The training wage is paid by the Experience Works program. Those customers lacking entry-level skills may also be eligible for short-term On-the-Job Training contracts with The Experience Works programs paying 50% of the training wage. Contact the Call Center at 866-976-5939 for more information.


 

Toledo Campus

Oregon Road P.O. Box 10,000

Toledo, OH 43699-1947

Advising Office

Phone: (567) 661-7777

Fax: (567) 661-7664

Hours: Monday through Thursday 7:45 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

 

Findlay Campus

Student Services Office

3200 Bright Road

Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: (567) 429-3509

Fax: (567) 429-3691

 

Scott Brinkman-Financial Aid Advisor

wscott_brinkman@owens.edu

Phone: (567) 429-3670

Fax: (567) 429-3083

 

*** Owens Community College Workforce and Community Services ***

Steven C. Hillard

steven_hillard@owens.edu

Phone: (567) 429-3604

Fax: (567) 429-3168

 

Peter M. Palko Jr.

peter_palko@owens.edu

Phone: (567) 429-3152

Fax: (567)429-3168

 

Partner Overview: Admission to Owens Community College is open to anyone. Owens offers more than 100 programs and majors in Agriculture, Business, Health, Public Service, Industrial, Engineering, and Skilled Trades Technologies. Additionally, Owens offers short-term training for Truck Driving, Personal and Business Computer Technology, and many other vocational occupations.

At the Owens Findlay campus, we conduct  GED preparation classes each week. Students work at their own pace with the assistance of  an instructor. This allows students to enter classes each week without waiting for scheduled sessions. All instructions and materials are free of charge.  Instructors and guidance counselors from Owens work with all JOBsolutions partners to complete academic assessments and testing. These results are used to complete the Individual Employment and Education Plans and establish appropriate training goals for all of our customers.

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Findlay-Hancock County Public Library

Jeff Winkle

206 Broadway
Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: (419) 422-1712
Fax: (419) 422-0638

 


Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission

 

Paul Mortimer

Paul.Mortimer@rsc.state.oh.us

5241 Southwyck Blvd., Ste 200

Toledo, OH 43614

Phone: (800) 589-5811

Fax: (419) 866-6526


 
Partner Overview: Ohio Rehabilitative Services Commission (ORSC) is a state and federally funded agency designed to assist people with physical and/or mental impairments become employed or maintain competitive employment. Staff members are in the JOBSolutions office each week. To be eligible for services, an Ohio resident must have a physical and/or mental impairment/disability that causes difficulty in obtaining and/or maintaining employment and he/she also must be able to benefit from services by becoming employed once services have been provided. ORSC provides assessment of a consumers' abilities including research on all relevant background information regarding their disability(ies), their past work history, training, education, and viable interests to help determine realistic vocational and job goals. Once the consumer has agreed with his or her vocational rehabilitation counselor on a job goal and both have signed the "individualized Plan for Employment", a variety of services will begin. Services may include, but are not limited to: Vocational Guidance and Counseling, Training and Education, Work Adjustment, Job Placement, Job Coaching, On The Job Training, Vehicle Modifications, Rehabilitation Technology Assessment and Accommodations.

 

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Community Action Commission (CAC)       (419) 423-3755
Low income JOBsolutions customers and their families can receive counseling and a variety of other services to find and keep their first, next or best job. Some of the many CAC services that can be accessed through JOBsolutions are:

Assistance with heating bills through the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP); Individual Development Accounts (Matched Savings Accounts) to save for a first home; Transportation provided by Hancock Area Transportation Services (HATS); The Head Start Program for early childhood development; Food Assistance through the Women’s Infants and Childrens Program (WIC); Home Repair & other Housing Assistance through the Housing Development Program; Home Weatherization Programs; Money Management and Life Skills training through the Pathways Program; Help Starting and managing a small business through the microenterprize loan program

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Blanchard Valley Center (BVC)   (419) 422-6387
Blanchard Valley Center (BVC) provides specialized counseling and assistance through JOBsolutions for customers with physical, emotional or developmental barriers. BVC staff can deliver habilitative services which entail the development and implementation of a comprehensive individualized plan. This plan specifies realistic goals and objectives based on the unique interests and abilities of each customer. Each individualized plan includes helping participants obtain the positive work skills and behaviors needed to become a productive part of the workforce. BVC counselors can teach a variety of Adult Basic Education skills, such as money management, budgeting, pedestrian travel training, community awareness and customers may also have access to BVC job developments services. These services involve the marketing, procurement and development of community based training and employment sites.

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Job Corps         (937) 242-7870
Job Corps screener(s) complete assessments and may utilize testing services available from other Partners to determine appropriate vocational goals and objectives for low-income customers between the ages of 16 and 24, who are potentially eligible for their training services. All Job Corps training activities occur at one of 118 residential sites. These sites provide the broadest possible range of basic education and vocational training opportunities. The Job Corps screener may enroll eligible JOBsolutions customers, work with them to determine the appropriate course of study and arrange for placement in a Job Corps Training Center.

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Century Health    (419) 425-5050
Century Health provides emotional wellness and recovery programs dealing with a range of mental health issues. All services can be accessed through the JOBsolutions site. The focus of services is on employment and self-sufficiency. A Century Health counselor assists customers in the use of our resource rooms and other equipment and provides additional expert guidance and support whenever needed.

 


 

 

P. O.  Box 29

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 352-5387

Fax: (419) 352-5439

 

Partner Overview: Behavioral Connections of Wood County’s mission is to provide a comprehensive, accessible and affordable continuum of Behavioral Health Care; including prevention, crisis intervention, diagnostic and treatment services for people affected by substance abuse and/or mental health issues. The primary goal in providing these services is to improve the quality of life for the people of Wood County and Northwest Ohio. The Link provides information, referral, crisis intervention, and basic needs assistance(i.e. prescription, emergency housing, food).

 


 

Millstream Career and Technology Center

Bill Haggerty, Director

bhaggerty@findlaycityschools.org

Millstream Adult Workforce Education

1200 Commerce Parkway

Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: (419) 427-5422

Partner Overview: Millstream Career and Technology Center (CTC) provides short-term vocational education for a range of career paths. Millstream CTC educators and counselors are in the JOBsolutions offices every week helping customers.  Many of the adult vocational education courses offered at Millstream may be funded through JOBsolutions administered Individual Training Accounts.

 


Northwest Community Corrections Center/Wood County Work Center

Jacob Bowman and Michael Crawford

jbowman@nwccc.com

1740 East Gypsy Lane Road

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 354-7444

Fax: (419) 354-7445

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Partner Overview:  Wood County Work Center is operated by the Northwest Community Correction Center and offers practical work experience training in a workshop environment. Besides learning work skills such as manufacturing sub-assembly, forklift operation, and industrial woodworking, individuals learn the team approach and valuable work ethics. Once trained, the Wood County Work Center assists individuals with job placements into full-time unsubsidized employment.

 


 

 

Kevin Whitlatch

kwhitlatch@pentanet.k12.oh.us

Debbie Morris

dmorris@pentanet.k12.oh.us

30095 Oregon Road

Perrysburg, OH 43551

Phone: (419) 661-6502

Fax: (419) 661-6504

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

 

Partner Overview: Penta's Division of Adult Education provides hands-on vocational job-training programs with small class sizes that are led by individuals who have much practical experience within their respective fields. Penta also offers several short-duration computer and vocational courses to increase or refresh knowledge. The Adult Basic and Literacy Educational Program offers free classes to individuals who want to improve reading, writing, and math skills for the purposes of improving employment opportunities, obtaining a GED, or pursuing personal goals.

 


 

Deb Leal

roidoso@wcnet.org

Rural Opportunities Incorporated

2-453-CO Road V

Liberty Center, OH 43532


Phone: (419) 875-6654

Fax: (419) 875-4010

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

 

Partner Overview: PathStone is a multi-county, multi-funded nonprofit agency whose emphasis is on assisting migrant farm workers with their social service, educational, and employment needs. Programs include On-The-Job training, Classroom training, and Occupational Skills Training. Comprehensive social and family services education and prevention programs include Rape Prevention Education, At Risk Youth Intervention, Prenatal Education, and Pesticide Awareness. Staff members are bilingual and bicultural.

 


 

Janet Dannibale

jdannibale@sightcentertoledo.org

Dawn Coleman

dcoleman@sightcentertoledo.org

1819 Canton Street

Toledo, OH43624


Phone: (419) 241-1183 or (800) 624-8378

Fax: (419) 241-4510

Partner Overview: The Sight Center staff dedicates our efforts to providing clients with help and hope for continued independence when glasses, contacts, surgery or medication are no longer viable options. The Sight Center employs a full staff of professionals, including optometrists, certified low vision therapists, licensed social workers, certified orientation and mobility specialists, certified rehabilitation teachers and technology and computer specialists. Additionally, staff members who are visually impaired or blind provide direct support and real life experience in coping with the same daily challenges that clients face.


 

Precia Stuby

pstuby@bhg.org

Hancock County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board

438 Carnahan Avenue

Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: (419) 424-1985

Fax: (419) 424-2037


 

 

Larry Mershman

wcadamhs@wcadamh.org

745 Haskins Road

Bowling Green, OH 43402


Phone: (419) 352-8475

Fax: (419) 352-3349

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 a.m.

 

Partner Overview: Hancock & Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services Board was created to assess the needs in Hancock & Wood County for alcohol and other drug treatment and prevention services and to create a system to provide services. Behavioral Connections of Wood County is funded through Wood County ADAMHS Board.

 


 

Wood County Educational Service Center

Theresa Davis

wcesc_td@nwoca.org

1867 N. Research Drive

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 354-9010

Fax: (419) 354-1146

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Partner Overview:  Wood County Educational Service Center's At-Risk Youth Program assists students aged 14 through 21. Students must meet the program's financial eligibility requirements and have a specific recognized barrier toward obtaining employment. The program staff work directly with the youth to establish educational goals and objectives. Once the goals are established, staff members provide ongoing services to meet those goals. In conjunction with a youth's educational goals, the staff members help to develop the youth's work readiness skills and prepare the person for future employment.

 


 

Wood County Library Family Literacy Program/Wood County Public Library

Maria Simon

simonma@oplin.org

251 North Main Street

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 352-8253

Fax: (419) 354-0405

 

Partner Overview: Wood County District Public Library is committed to family literacy and serves as a referral center for reading services and materials in Wood County. The Literacy Program serves as a focal point for a coalition of area libraries, literacy programs, social services agencies, businesses, community groups, and educational institutions whose primary goal is to reduce illiteracy countywide.

 


 

Wood County Veterans Assistance Center

Mary Hanna

wcvac@wcnet.org

1616 East Wooster Street Unit 22

Bowling Green, OH 43402

Phone: (419) 354-9147

Fax: (419) 354-9148

Hours: Mon through Fri 8:30 a.m. to Noon/1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Partner Overview: Wood County Veterans Assistance Officer assists persons in the Armed Forces of the United States, veterans, spouses, children, parents, and dependents of veterans in preparing and presenting claims or obtaining rights or benefits under any law of the United States or of Ohio. These benefits include vocational rehabilitation, outpatient medical center services, pension, compensation, VA Home Loans, Agent Orange or Nuclear Radiation Exposure, correction of military records, burial allowance, education and training, nursing home care, insurance, hospitalization, alcohol and drug dependence treatment, and appeal of Adverse VA Decisions.

 


 

 

Tami Matthews

cccdirector@ywcatoledo.org

Parent Email address is ccc@ywcatoledo.org

1018 Jefferson Ave.

Toledo, OH 43604

Phone: (419) 255-5519

Toll Free Phone: (800) 632-3052

Fax: (419)255-3349

Hours: Mon, Wed , Fri 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. /Tues, Thurs 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

Partner Overview: YWCA Child Care Resource and Referral is a community-based child care resource offering referrals and assistance in a 16 county service area. The program is designed to assist parents to locate and choose affordable child care. YWCA Child Care Resource and Referral also serves as a resource for child care providers through recruitment, daycare business start up services, and professional training opportunities. Additionally, YWCA Child Care Resource and Referral provides resource development and information for businesses, community organizations, and schools. YWCA Child Care Resource And Referral also provides BCII web check fingerprinting

 


 

 

Tami Galloway

gallowayt@mtc.edu

1467 Mount Vernon Avenue

Marion, OH 43302

Phone: (740) 389-4636 ext. 238

Fax: (740) 725-4012

 

Partner Overview: Marion Technical College (MTC) provides short-term vocational education for a wide range of career paths. An MTC advisor is in the JOBsolutions office once a month helping customers to find the best path to their career goals. The MTC advisor will offer assistance with a variety of customer needs, not just MTC services.

Many of the adult vocational education courses offered at the Marion Technical College may be funded through JOBsolutions administered Individual Training Accounts.

 


 

Upper Sandusky Schools ABLE

Mary Wines

mw@udata.com

120 East Johnson Street

Upper Sandusky, OH 43351


Phone: (419) 294-4977 ext. 235

Fax: (419) 294-6419

 

Partner Overview: Upper Sandusky Public Schools A.B.L.E. conducts 4 GED preparation classes each week in the JOBsolutions Resource Room. Students work at their own pace with the assistance of the instructor. This allows students to enter classes each week without waiting for scheduled sessions. All instructions and materials are free of charge.

 

Instructors and guidance counselors from Upper Sandusky Public Schools A.B.L.E. will work with all of the JOBsolutions partners, doing academic assessments and testing needed to complete the best Individual Employment and Education Plans and establishing appropriate training goals for all of our customers.


 

Innovative Strategic Training Achieving Results

The iSTAR program is a grant funded program designed to train individuals for a new career pathway. Student participants receive the benefit of  their accelerated education being grant funded, while employers who become partners in the program receive up to 50% of on the job training costs reimbursed. The iSTAR program career pathway model has been piloted at NSCC with employer partner Ruralogic in the past year (2010-2011) with over a 90% completion and hire success rate.  iSTAR strengthens the established model with the addition of a broader employer base and Career Coaches to focus on the long-term unemployed in northwest Ohio.
 
http://istar-initiative.com

 

http://jfs.ohio.gov/owd/WorkforceProf/Index.stm

 

 

 

 

 

Heidi Quirion (419) 294-4977, ext. 244