Mycap Virtual Job Training Course Begins June 22
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – To help Mahoning County residents who lost their job due to the coronavirus pandemic and related shutdowns, the Mahoning Youngstown Community Action Partnership is offering a four-week virtual class on finding a new job.
The course, an adapted version of Mycap’s standard six-week class, begins June 22 and will feature skills training, resume writing, job application assistance, placement counseling and support services.
“The program approach seeks to eliminate barriers to employment on a case-by-case basis,” said Mycap’s employment skills and training manager Roger Beltz in a statement. “Students who complete the program, continue to receive case management support for an additional 12 months. In 2019, 80% of the students who completed the classes received job offers.”
To be eligible for the course, participants must be Mahoning County residents have income up to 125% of the federal poverty level. Information in income levels, which varies by household size, is available at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ website HERE.
More information and registration is available by contacting 330 747 7921 ext. 1724 or ext. 1754, as well as by emailing [email protected].
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.