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Current OMJ|CC Orientation 7-30-2015

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Transcript of Current OMJ|CC Orientation 7-30-2015

OhioMeansJobs Centers
Downtown
1020 Bolivar Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44115
(216) 664-4673
Self Directed Job Search
Tools & Resources
Resource Room
Computer and Internet access
Copier, scanner, fax, phone, & postage for job search
Schedule for informational sessions and workshops

ABLE Program
Parma City School District on-site providing:
GED preparation and testing
ESOL classes
Remedial classes to prepare for assessments

Assessments
TABE and WorkKeys
Self Directed Job Search
Your Keys to Job Search Success
Update & Refresh your keyword searchable resume AND contact information on a regular basis at:
ohiomeansjobs.com/cuyahoga
&
ohiomeansjobs.com

Search
ohiomeansjobs.com/cuyahoga
regularly for new job postings and apply

Notify your Employment Specialist of all pertinent job seeking activities and applications on a regular basis

Review and use all job seeking resources available to you

REMEMBER:
This is YOUR job search! It is full time work to find full time employment!
Informational Sessions
Managing the Stress of Unemployment
Explore the effects of stress and learn coping skills
Delivered by licensed psychologist Dr. Francis Chiappa, Ph.D
Located at Brookpark office every other month

Computer Basics for Job Seekers
Brookpark office every other Friday
Westshore office every Friday

Job Clubs & Other Information Sessions
Various sessions offered at each location; check quarterly calender or website for more information

Ask you Employment Specialist how to register.
Programs Offered at OMJ|CC
WIOA
Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act

CCEAP
Cuyahoga County Educational Assistance Program

OCP
Opportunity Corridor Project

OWIP
Ohio Works Incentive Program

AJR
Applicant Job Readiness Program
Career Workshop
3-day job search readiness assessment to help best prepare participants for the job search and interview process

Focuses on the ability to market yourself in a professional way (30 second commercial, networking), creating/enhancing a resume, interview and follow-up skills

Network with members of the class and instructor, sharing experiences and ideas/techniques

Mock Interview with ES & WorkKeys assessment on Day 3
Employment Specialists
Employment Specialists are your connection to additional services and support during your search

Conduct a needs and skills analysis
Identify transferable skills and potential alternative career paths
Provide information and referral services to help resolve barriers
ES Referral: advocate for you with OMJ|CC's Business Services Team
Helping You Navigate the
Road to Success

Parma
11699 Brookpark Rd.
Parma, OH 44130
(216) 898-1366
Westshore
9830 Lorain Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44102
(216) 939-2599
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Orientation
Online Job Search
ohiomeansjobs.com/cuyahoga
OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County is Committed to Protecting Your Vital Information
OMJ|CC's Job Search Database is a SECURED website.

OMJ|CC has a Security Certificate dedicated to the protection of all the information you input during the registration process

All data is stored on a separate secured server and only our authorized staff can access it.
Equal Access Services
For job seekers who have a barrier to employment due to an injury, illness, or impairment, additional resources may be available.
On-the-Job Training (OJT)
On-the-Job Training (OJT) grants are an employer focused tool that helps to bridge skill gaps.

OJT helps you, the job seeker, receive employer-specific or technical training and compensates the employer for up to 50% of the cost of your training.

All OJT candidates must be assessed for eligibility for their particular position

Employers should speak with a Business Services Consultant for more information and to get involved
OhioMeansJobs.com
The State of Ohio's premier job search system that compiles jobs from all the major job boards (Monster, Careerboard, Ohio employer websites, etc) and provides numerous tools and resources to assist in your search.
Business Services
Your inside connection to great opportunities!
U.S. Military Veterans
OMJ|CC provides services to veterans on a priority basis.

Veteran representatives are available to provide specialized services

If you are a veteran, please let our staff know so we can get you connected to additional resources
Helping young adults ages 18-24 by providing:
Mentoring, internships, & tutoring
Job search & readiness workshops
GED tutoring
Senior Community Service Employment Program
A partner program for unemployed individuals 55 and older

On-the-Job Training employment grants

16 - 20 hours / week dependent on program

Host agency employment locations across Cuyahoga County

Must meet specific income and job readiness guidelines
In Partnership With
Learn about OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County (OMJ|CC) job seeking services

Provide/Obtain and upload a professional resume and create/update profiles on our websites:

ohiomeansjobs.com
and
ohiomeansjobs.com/cuyahoga

Register for Career Workshop and other services
The Business Services team assists employers by:
Posting open employment opportunities
Holding targeted recruitment events at all OMJ|CC locations
Conducting pre-screening interviews to identify and match qualified job seekers to open positions
Further prepare potential candidates for the interview process

The Business Services team is dedicated to developing quality relationships with area employers to understand their open positions, hiring practices, and company culture.
Examples include:
Hearing or vision loss
Chronic medical conditions
Lack of mobility
Physical limitations
Problems with reading
Others
Services available:
Interpreters (pre-scheduled)
Testing accommodations
Job search planning
Additional employment and support resources
Please discuss any specific needs with an Employment Specialist.
Occupational Training
Community resources & support
Weekly job club
Youth Program Partners:
Youth Tech Academy
Cuyahoga East Vocational Education Consortium (CEVEC)
Esperanza
Linking Employment, Abilities, & Potential (LEAP)
Open Doors Academy
Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Berea Children's Home & Family Services
Cuyahoga Community College
Towards Employment
Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry
Funded by:
City of Cleveland / Cuyahoga County
Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act
Youth Case Manager
Melanie Green
(216) 664-3352
Online Job Search
ohiomeansjobs.com/cuyahoga
Contact your ES to inquire about qualifying for a referral
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