October 2008

Jobs and Careers · Local Agencies


Cincinnati Works. A non-profit organization that serves those who are umemployed, or underemployed, through a network of services such as job readiness training and interview preparation.

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative. Information about jobs available for young people in the Cincinnati area.

Hamilton County Helping Working Families. Learn how to connect to job opportunities and training resources, reduce medical costs, and avoid foreclosure.

Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Provides assistance with career counseling, education and training, researching labor market information, preparing a resume, searching job listings, assistance with finding a job, and information on unemployment compensation.

Return to Work Resource Center. Free access to computers, printers, copy/fax machines, and telephones. Daily seminars for job seekers on topics such as career testing, resume writing, interviewing, networking, social service agency linkage, and information on in-demand careers.

Senior Employment Center. A division of Mature Services, the center offers career-related support to older workers. Services include job fairs, job training programs, and paid work experience at non-profit and governmental agencies.

Super Jobs Center. The Super Jobs Center services the Cincinnati Region as a one-stop employment resource. Offers numerous no cost services including: job matching, job fairs, resume assistance, career workshops, hiring events & training.

Work Resource Center. Offers career-related support for youths and adults with disabilities and special needs.