Cincinnati and Dayton Resources
Ohio To Work partners helped more than 48,000 job seekers in the Cincinnati and Dayton areas find meaningful employment, upskilling or reskilling opportunities, and career resources.
While the Ohio To Work initiative has transitioned to a regional collaboration, the dedicated workforce partners will continue to provide career-building services that can lead to new opportunities with long-term benefits.
If you would like to access free services like personalized career coaching, accelerated training options and funding opportunities, contact one of the organizations below.
Easterseals Redwood breaks down barriers for people with disabilities, veterans, and people with economic disadvantages. Services provided include Employment & Training Services, Military & Veteran Services, Adult Services and much more! By meeting the specific needs of individuals, Easterseals is leading the way to full access, inclusion and equity for all.
Goodwill Easterseals Miami Valley offers a wide array of career support services for all job seekers including individuals with barriers to employment such as justice involvement, lack of high school diploma or a GED, or previous/past issues with substance use. From one-on-one career planning and coaching, skills training and certification programs, resume building and job placement services that connect you to good-paying employment opportunities, we are here to empower you to move forward in your career journey!
OhioMeansJobs (OMJ) connects job seekers and employers through current job listings, resume preparation, training programs, career exploration and counseling, hiring events and more employment services! Their Butler, Clermont & Warren County centers are equipped to help you when you walk in the door! Connect with a career advisor today!
Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio – Dayton is transforming generations by promoting personal empowerment and economic self-sufficiency. Connect with us today to receive a wide array of career support services, including job coaching, skills training, and employer-matching opportunities!
Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio – Cincinnati is transforming generations by promoting personal empowerment and economic self-sufficiency. Connect with us today to receive a wide array of career support services, including job coaching, skills training, and employer-matching opportunities!
Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley (CSSMV) provides a continuum of support services for individuals in need – regardless of their faith or background. Through our Family Stabilization & Support program (services available in both English and Spanish) CSSMV can help you overcome barriers to employment including supporting access to food, benefits, and other basic needs. CSSMV also offers specialized employment programming for refugees, assisting new arrivals with initial employment and supporting job training and upgrades for refugees up to five years post arrival. CSSMV case managers and coaches are here to help you secure employment and remain employed.
OhioMeansJobs | Montgomery County provides a single place where job seekers can access job information, training programs and other services needed for employment and career development. OhioMeansJobs | Montgomery County is housed in the Montgomery County Job Center, the largest one-stop employment and training center in the United States.
OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati-Hamilton County is your one-stop center where you can access resources that you need to find a fulfilling career. We are committed to providing the resources that you need like career coaching, job training, hiring events, workshops, and many other services!
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Ohio To Work, an initiative from JobsOhio, helped job-seeking Ohioans find career resources or move into long-term careers with local employers in the healthcare, manufacturing and tech industries. Ohio To Work allowed workforce partners the opportunity to expand their coaching and support services, network partners, tools, and training programs – giving any Ohioan looking for a job the tools they needed to find work.
Ohio To Work was created in a direct response to the unemployment levels caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. As unemployment rates return to pre-pandemic levels, the Ohio To Work initiative has concluded in 2022 as originally planned.
The mission of Ohio To Work was to connect job seekers with career resources, all of which will remain after the brand’s conclusion. Job seeker resources will be available through organizations like Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley, Easterseals Redwood, Goodwill Eastrseals Miami Valley, OhioMeansJobs Butler County, OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County, OhioMeansJobs Montgomery County, Urban League of Southwestern Ohio – Cincinnati, Urban League of Southwestern Ohio – Dayton.