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Job Fair-Oct. 9, 2015 at Lourdes College Franciscan Center in Sylvania. From 11AM-2PM. for information go to or call Andrea Domachowski at 419-824-3704 or E-mail

posted 10-6,2015

Community Assessment & Treatment Services (CATS) is a substance abuse rehabilitation center Located in Cleveland,Ohio.

Due to our expansion, they are seeking LISW’s, LPCC, LSW’s and LPC’s, experienced with AOD and Mental Health Treatment for both full time and part time positions.  Master’s level counselors preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter to

Visit our website at

posted 6-27-2015

Job Openings:

Lake Local School District in Millbury, Oh (Wood County) advertised several teaching positions in the Bowling Green paper (but they are not listed on their website) and the Toledo SMART School, Toledo, Oh (Lucas Co) advertised for a second grade teacher and a third grade teacher listed on website for “Center for non-profit Resources” (but they are not listed on their website).

Experience Works-provides job training for low-income, unemployed workers over age 55. get paid while learning. Available in many States. For more information, go to .



(A) Social Workers can check the websites for NACSW (North American Association of Christians in Social Work), Salvation Army, and NASW (National Association of Social Workers) for listings of job opening nationwide.


posted -2-5-2013 Two Wood County, Ohio agencies have announced several new programs to help those in need find work.                                           

(A) Job & Family Services announced they have a program where women can be trained to care for children in their homes as part of their program to help low income working women by providing them with day care. Call Kathy Appelhans 419-373-6981 for details             

(B) Job & Family Services also announced a TANF summer youth employment program for youth 14-24. Must demonstrate financial need and meet other guidelines. Contact JFS office at 419-354-9010 for details       

(C) WSOS (the local Community Action Agency) has a program (Work & Wisdom-WIA Youth Program) for out-of-school youth ages 16-21 that provides them with educational, Occupational, and other services to enable them to find and maintain employment, including skill training and paid and unpaid work experience. Contact James Wagner at WSOS at 1-800-775-9767 for details.


For those receiving unemployment benefits in the State of Ohio

There is a “Learn To Earn ” program where those receiving benefits can be placed with an employer for 2-6 weeks (without pay) (must complete program before benefits run out)  Contact your unemployment benefit counselor for details


Law Enforcement-

posted 2-5-2013-There are a lot of new opportunities in law enforcement in Ohio due to changes in Ohio retirement laws. Some places may pay for training and start recruits working before training is complete. 


Health Workers from Home Health Aides (STNA) to RN's and Medical Assistants. Start out as an STNA and learn while you earn, get an education while working. Some places need workers bad enough they will pay for your training.


Truck drivers are in demand, especially in the N.  Baltimore, Oh area where CSX railroad build a new piggyback transfer station to load and unload piggyback trailers. As the economy expands, there is increasing need for drivers. Some places need drivers bad enough to pay for CDL training. (The N.Baltimore, Oh area has a big need because the expansion of loading and unloading of piggyback containers there by the railroad requires an increased amount of trucks to bring in and remove containers.) 


Ameri-corps sometimes has openings for young people interested in community service. They offer living stipend, educational award or stipend, and valuable work experience       go to


learn to operate the heavy equipment

Earn while you learn  

Ohio Operating Engineers Apprenticeships and Training Program      9435 Cygnet Rd, Cygnet, Oh, 43413

Tuesdays  through Saturdays 7:30 AM-4:00 PM

Go to their website or call  419-655-3282 or 888-634-6880 for information


  Welders, electricians, machinists, and other skilled trades-Josh Mandel, Ohio State Treasurer recently wrote an article in the Wall Street Journal stating that there is a great demand for skilled tradesmen in Ohio and across the nation. Welders earn $150-200,000 and some companies turn down jobs because they don’t have adequate workers. Many companies are willing to pay to train workers because of the need. 

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