Managed by the Easter Seals Work Resource Center, Building Value salvages building materials for re-use and resells them in a public retail center. Provides on-the-job training opportunities in construction and retail.
The Workforce Development Center at Cincinnati State provides career training for individuals and meets the needs of corporations, government agencies, and not-for-profits for high-value workforce education and training. Offers classes, certifications, and continuing education in industrial training, HAZMAT rescue & safety, professional, management & leadership, and health business.
Serves those who are unemployed or underemployed through a network of services. Offers job readiness training, interview preparation, and support services including childcare resources and transportation assistance.
Career-related support for youths and adults with disabilities and special needs. Provides programs that explore skills and interests, build skills, and help participants get and keep a job. Includes school to work transition, work-based training, and job placement.
Cincinnati COOKS! is a free, ten-week culinary training program that prepares low income, at-risk individuals for employment in the food service industry and teaches life and job skills components to ensure the graduates success.
Provides information on reducing costs for medical, child care, food, energy, and prescription drugs. Includes information about job opportunities and training, tips for avoiding foreclosure, and help for seniors.
The HCCGC provides unemployed and low income adults in Greater Cincinnati and entry-level incumbent employees of Cincinnati Children’s and the Health Alliance with case management, job readiness training, employment, job retention strategies, career advancement services, and access to post-secondary education via a career pathway.
Offers a comprehensive rehabilitation program aimed at obtaining competitive employment and maintaining sobriety. Provides psycho-social and vocational services to individuals with problems of mental health.
A nine-week, pre-employment training program for individuals who are economically disadvantaged. Teaches computer and professional correspondence skills that will enhance employability, assist participants in obtaining employment that is sufficient to care for themselves and their families, and expand employment opportunities. Each nine-week session includes a one-week internship.
The state agency that serves Ohioans with disabilities to achieve quality employment and independence. Depending upon the individual's disability, services are provided through either the Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired or the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Provides employment and training services for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. Offers vocational and employment assessment, occupational skills training, office procedures & computer technology training, County Board sponsored services, services for homeless individuals, and veterans.
An inner city employment education program that provides an on-the-job training program for those who have difficulty obtaining and maintaining employment. Works to empower trainees to further their education, providing instruction in basic life skills and paid job-training.
A free full-service military-to-civilian recruiting firm that connects employers, franchisors, and educational institutions with men and women who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life, veterans who already have civilian work experience, members of the National Guard and reserve forces, and military spouses.
A consortium of regionally accredited local colleges and universities who offer degree programs specifically designed to meet the needs of working adults. Coordinates and conducts Education Fairs at businesses in the Greater Cincinnati Area.
Find job and career resources including research databases, career networking sites, job banks, and job listing sites for entry-level, government, international, older workers, and internships/part-time/seasonal positions.
The SmartMoney Build Your Own Business workshop series is a 12-week course designed to prepare new entrepreneurs with basic business skills needed to manage and operate a microrenterprise or small business. Upon completion of the course, participants will have a completed business plan as well as the tools, knowledge and resources to get their entrepreneurial dreams off the ground.
A one-stop job center for job seekers and employers that offers free job fairs, job search workshops, and resume tools. Programs include Emerging Workforce Development for youth, Workforce Development Training for the ex-offender, and apprenticeship programs.
Offers programs and services for adults designed to assist with career advancement or workforce reentry such as Accelerated Call Center Education, Dept. of Labor Reentry Program, and GED classes. Youth programs include the After School League, YouthWorks, Education Summit & College Works, and NULITES. The Urban League also provides programs for African American leadership development and management skills for minority entrepreneurs.