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OhioMeansJobs Marion County provides free workshops for unemployed and dislocated workers.

Workshops

From job search and interviewing workshops to GED programs and training for a different career, we offer a variety of seminars to help you get a fresh start on your career. Workshop sessions cover job search skills, resume writing, interview techniques, finance management, and technology & computer skills. We will partner with you during this career transition period and help you get the training necessary to prepare for the future.

Visit our online calendar to view a schedule of upcoming workshops, or contact us to find out more.

Monthly Job Search Class

Job Search Class is a training program to help participants learn to look for a job.  It also teaches the skills and strategies needed to get a job, keep a job and cope with a job.  Job Search Class includes classroom instruction, self-esteem building, goal setting, job finding techniques, and offers ways to identify and overcome barriers to employment.  Job Search Class includes resume writing, writing a cover letter, interviewing and contacting employers, the latest employment information and much more.

Basic Computer Class

Computer class designed to assist participants with online job applications. Topics of instruction include copying and pasting, attaching resume to applications, applying for online jobs and creating email account.

The National Career Readiness Certificate

Issued by ACT, is a portable, evidence-based credential that measures essential workplace skills and is a reliable predictor of workplace success. This credential is used across all sectors of the economy and measures the following skills:

  • Screening—Employers interview only applicants who have the skills required for the job.
  • Hiring and promotion—A National Career Readiness Certificate can be used as a "plus" factor to help make selection  and promotion decisions.
  • Targeting employee training and development—Employers can target their training budgets for job-specific skills rather than basic skills.