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 throughout the state. You can find an Ohio Means Jobs center near you today.

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 Goodwill Industries of Greater Cleveland and East Central Ohio, OhioMeansJobs – Cleveland-Cuyahoga County, and The Urban League of Greater Cleveland.

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 Flying HIGH, Inc., National Center for Urban Solutions, OhioMeansJobs Mahoning and Columbiana Counties, OhioMeansJobs Trumbull and United Returning Citizens,

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 – CincinnatiUrban League of Southwestern Ohio – Dayton.

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 Columbus Urban League, Goodwill Columbus, Jewish Family Services and OhioMeansJobs Columbus-Franklin County.

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 Harbor’s Youth Enhancement Services, NeighborWorks Toledo, OhioMeansJobs Lucas County, Pathway and ProMedica Ebeid Center of Financial Opportunity Center.

If you are looking for resources in a manufacturing career, please visit makingohio.com/all where you can fill out a form for more information or text/call 419-765-6576.

If you have a question about Ohio To Work, please reach out to info@ohiotowork.com.