- Launch set for Cleveland
- * 30+ employers sign on for the initiative
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has announced a career initiative tagged “Ohio To Work” to help Ohioans that are out of work to identify a new career opportunity, train for it, and then be placed with an employer.
“The first Ohio To Work initiative will be launched in Cleveland/Cuyahoga County, and we hope to expand the effort to more areas of the state,” said Governor Mike DeWine.
“Right now, we have more than 30 employers signed on with the initiative.”
Giving details on the initiative, President and Chief Investment Officer of Jobs Ohio JP Nauseef, said, “Ohio To Work is a new initiative to help Ohioans who are looking for a job to have a better chance at finding that job.”
“Led by Jobs Ohio, Ohio Job and Family Services, Ohio Development Services Agency and Ohio Office of Workforce Transformation, this new program brings together employers, nonprofits, educators, and training providers to help Ohioans reskill and restart their careers.”
“We know it can be a challenge to find a job right now, but we also know employers are hiring in industries like healthcare, technology, and advanced manufacturing.