Job Seekers

OHIO MEANS JOBS
Ohiomeansjobs.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/omj/home
Job seekers can post resumes, search jobs or skills, get best practices for their job searches and access a calendar of work-related events. Employers can identify top talent through a One-Stop Shop process, and students can find part-time jobs, apprenticeships and internships. Physical job centers are located in all 88 Ohio counties including in the Mahoning Valley region:

COLUMBIANA COUNTY
7989 Dickey Drive, Suite 4
Lisbon, OH 44432
(330) 420-9675
Live chat assistance: https://app.velaro.com/chat?siteid=20528&groupid=5613

MAHONING COUNTY
127 Boardman-Canfield Road
Boardman, OH 44512
(330) 965-1787
Live chat assistance: https://app.velaro.com/chat?siteid=20528&groupid=5613

TRUMBULL COUNTY
280 N. Park Ave., Suite 1
Warren, OH 44481
(330) 675-2179
Live chat assistance: https://app.velaro.com/chat?siteid=20528&groupid=5613

PENNSYLVANIA CAREERLINK
Pacareerlink.pa.gov/jponline
Information for job-seekers: Pacareerlink.pa.gov/jponline/Persona/PersonaPage/JobSeekers
Information for employers: Pacareerlink.pa.gov/jponline/Common/LandingPage/Employer
Career resources: Pacareerlink.pa.gov/jponline/Admin/Common/[email protected][email protected]syVGn1vxj
PA CareerLink is part of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry’s initiative to transform the landscape of how job-seekers find family-sustaining jobs and employers find the skilled candidates they need. Job-seekers can search and apply for jobs openings across the Commonwealth or narrow it down to specific towns. Employers can search the talent pool by creating a job-posting and connect with candidates for free.

PA CAREERLINK MERCER COUNTY
217 W. State St.
Sharon, PA 16146
724 347-9257
Events contact: [email protected]

PA CAREERLINK LAWRENCE COUNTY
101 S. Mercer St., Suite 101
New Castle, PA 16101
724 656-3165

JOBS FOR OHIO’S GRADUATES
1333 Home Ave.
Akron, OH 44310
330 374-9445
Jogworks.org
Chris Canova, executive director
Jennifer Brenner, business & community outreach manager
Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates is one of more than 40 affiliates of the nationwide Jobs for America’s Graduates organization. The JAG model consists of a comprehensive set of services designed to keep young people in school through graduation and improves their success rates in education and careers. Competency-based instruction equips students with 37 employability skills competencies plus career exploration. Multi-year JAG students are eligible to master 81 competencies. JAG also engages employers in the classroom and in professional settings to expose students to job opportunities and career pathways in their own communities. JAG also provides 12 months of follow-up services after high-school graduation to support student transition into employment, military service and/or post-secondary enrollment.

PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & INDUSTRY
1700 Labor & Industry Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
717 787-5279
Employment.pa.gov/pages/default.aspx
Open jobs listing: Employment.pa.gov/Pages/jobopportunities.aspx

MERCER COUNTY OFFICE
121 Dutch Lane
Hermitage, PA 16148
717 787-5122

LAWRENCE COUNTY OFFICE
1745 Frew Mill Road, Suite 1
New Castle, PA 16101
724 656-3070

REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP
Apprenticeship and Training: Dli.pa.gov
CareerLink Registered apprenticeship information: Pacareerlink.pa.gov/jponline/Common/Apprenticeships
Search for local apprenticeships: Pacareerlink.pa.gov/jponline/Apprenticeships/BecomeApprentice
Combined with structured classroom and on-the-job training, apprenticeships result in skills and credentials that employers value. Fully 94% of apprentices who complete an apprenticeship retain employment, with an average annual salary of $70,000. Many apprentices are able to earn credits towards an advanced degree while avoiding student debt.

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