Huron County Resource Room
The OhioMeansJobs-Huron County Resource Room offers the following free services to job seekers:
Centralized Job Lead Binders
Internet Access to Employment Sites, Newspapers and Classifieds
Use of Copy Machine, Fax Machine, Scanner and Phone
Local Labor Market Information via
Customized Resume Writing and Interviewing
Career and Job Search Workshops
Basic Skills Lab, GED Assistance and Tutoring
WIOA? (Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act)
WIOA is a reemployment and training program that assist dislocated workers, unemployed adults and youth in utilizing their current skills or gaining new skills to enter into high-demand occupations and gain livable wages.
You may be eligible if:
• You have been permanently laid off from your employment
• You have been unjustly terminated as determined by Unemployment Insurance
• You are unemployed or underemployed with additional barriers to employment. Income guidelines may apply.
• You are 14-24 years old and have barriers to education and employment.
Income guidelines apply.
If you wish to apply for this program, please come into our OhioMeansJobs-Huron County Center located at 185 Shady Lane Drive, Entrance D, Norwalk, OH 44857
Our JOBS First! Program is offered to those individuals required to pay child support on a Huron County order and those making application for cash assistance and/or food stamp assistance.
Work activities may include a work experience site assignment, job readiness or job search activities within our OhioMeansJobs – Huron County Center, and/or employment and training opportunities. Also depending on each individuals’ needs, supportive services along with additional referrals may be made to other Huron County DJFS and/or community partner programs.
YOUTH (14-24 years old)
Comprehensive Case Management Employment Program (CCMEP) for Youth
Fueling Youth with Resources and Education (F.Y.R.E.)
CCMEP/F.Y.R.E. coordinates the delivery of cash assistance and WIOA Youth services between Huron County DJFS and other community partners. The program provides wraparound services for 14-24 year olds who are interested in education and employment.
Wraparound services may include tutoring, paid and unpaid work experiences, occupational skills training, secondary or postsecondary education, budgeting, leadership development, adult mentoring and/or career counseling, help with phone cards, rent, utilities, transportation, and driver’s license fees/test fees.