Statewide Career Resources


The Ohio To Work initiative gives Ohioans access to resources to help increase income and improve quality of life. Ohio To Work has 5 regions: Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati/Dayton, Mahoning Valley, and Toledo. If you live outside of those regions, Ohio To Work can still help you figure out the next best steps for your future. Find information on upcoming career events, available jobs in your region, career assessment tools and more below. 

Don’t just go back to work. Go forward! Connect with your local OhioMeansJobs center today. 

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Ohio Means Jobs

Connect with your local OhioMeansJobs center today to find your next career opportunity. OhioMeansJobs centers have the support you need to get back to work – from personalized career coaching services, to learning new skills and finding a job. Whether you need access to a computer and internet to submit your resume for current openings, or want to practice your interview skills, the job centers across the state are available and proud to serve you.

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Gain new skills for a stable, in-demand career. Funding options are available to make your training experience affordable. Connect with a coach to discuss your options or register for a training program when you are ready to get started.

Information Technology

Software Development, Web Development and User Experience Design

Tech Elevator

Tech Elevator offers a 14-week, full-time developer boot camp. Students learn full-stack development through high-quality instruction, an industry-relevant curriculum and career coaching that drives our top-ranked job placement results.

MAX Technical Training

MAX Technical Training Career Bootcamps prepare you to pursue a career in technology. You can choose your path from either Software Development, Data Analytics, or IT Business Analyst. MAX Career Bootcamps are designed for any lifestyle. You can attend virtually, in-person, full-time or part-time and funding options may be available.

We Can Code IT

One of Ohio’s premier coding boot camps, We Can Code IT specializes in preparing professionals with little or even no IT experience for a promising career in tech. We Can Code IT has an unparalleled commitment to student success, a culturally inclusive learning community and a multi-faceted educational experience.

Upcoming Events

Ohio To Work partners can help you find the right job – whether that’s through direct connections to leading local employers with immediate hiring needs or getting you registered for an upcoming career fair. You can find other events happening in your area at

Vallourec Hiring Event 

July 8, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Join one of Mahoning Valley’s leading manufacturers at its upcoming hiring event on July 8! Vallourec offers competitive pay and benefits, bonus programs and tuition reimbursement. If you’re interested in manufacturing, Vallourec will offer on the spot interviews and even job offers during the hiring event. Move forward in your career today! 

Exploring Careers in Healthcare

July 14, 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Want to know more about in-demand careers in healthcare? This event is geared toward adults who want to explore career options in this rewarding field. Employers will be on-site to meet candidates and potentially interview on the spot!

The National African American Male Wellness Walk 

July 23, 7:00 am – 9:00 am

The National African American Male Wellness Walk (NAAMWW) is a 5k walk and run to bring awareness to the need for black men to live longer from preventable diseases. Free health screenings for blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, HIV, STD/STI and prostate cancer will be available!

Available Jobs

Employers across the state are committed to providing a variety of jobs to candidates through Ohio To Work. Connect with these employers directly by clicking the button to access the full list of available jobs in your area.

Olympio W., Cleveland job seeker training at Cuyahoga Community College

“When I was in high school, I did a program called Urban League. After I graduated, I was in a college course for Occupational Therapy and I didn’t really enjoy it that much. So I had hit [Urban League of Greater Cleveland coach] Nate Phillips back up about different opportunities about machining and manufacturing, and how I could get my foot in the door because it was what I had liked to do. I did the program, I passed the first part of the program, I passed the program, and now I’m on my way to be a CNC Machiner.”

Olympio W., Cleveland job seeker training at Cuyahoga Community College

Linda M., Cleveland graduate of We Can Code It

“I would not have been able to take [the We Can Code It] bootcamp if it weren’t for the tuition reimbursement. I was unemployed, so all I was getting was the unemployment and there was no way that I could afford the tuition. So, by making that accessible, I had to pay a portion of it, but I feel like it was money so well spent. I feel like We Can Code It took the worst year of my life and turned it around.”

Linda M., Cleveland graduate of We Can Code It

Marté S., Cleveland Tech Elevator graduate now employed full time

“I was put in front of a several employers and a lot of them had expressed interest, whether they had positions available or not, they definitely expressed interest. The help as far as the [Tech Elevator] Pathway program and the [employer] matchmaking, that made a huge difference, and I think that made the difference that gave me the chance or, at least, presented me the opportunity and took it, to get employed at Gainwell.”

Marté S., Cleveland Tech Elevator graduate now employed full time


“I had been applying for jobs all over the place, and my training coach helped me find my current role in less than two months. Thanks to the initiative, I am now a Patient Access Representative at the University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. This is a full-time position with great benefits and vacation time, and there’s a clear path to becoming a team lead. Before this experience, my mental health was suffering, but now my overall outlook is improved.”

Allison F., Cleveland job seeker now employed full time

“I interviewed and got the job. Now I’m a line operator at Mace Security. It’s a full-time position with a good owner and a lot of good people working there. I’m working the third shift which is good for me because I have kids and I’m attending classes to add to my manufacturing skills.”

Will S., Cleveland job seeker now employed full-time

Jan Cooper

“I was already researching boot camps when my career coach told me about their collaboration with Tech Elevator. Tech Elevator’s high review scores were appealing, and the training grant made enrollment feasible.”

Jan C., Cleveland Tech Elevator Bootcamp graduate

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“Before the pandemic, I was performing well in my career field. Then COVID hit. At first, I was just furloughed but then my job went away. And it wasn’t coming back. I attended an Ohio To Work information session and learned about the We Can Code It program. I knew another opportunity like this would never come along again. I was able to get scholarships through Ohio To Work and We Can Code It, so there were no costs to me except books.”

Amiyra A., Cleveland We Can Code It Bootcamp graduate


Sponsoring organizations support efforts by providing the career resources that fuel workforce organizations and Ohio To Work programs.