New OhioMeansJobs Center

Mayor Frank G. Jackson and Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish joined Micki Tubbs, Chair of the Cleveland|Cuyahoga Workforce Development Board, Grace Kilbane, Executive Director of OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County (OMJ|CC), staff and committee members to celebrate the grand opening of the OMJ|CC Job Center.

The newly remodeled 30,000 square-foot facility will help individual jobs seekers as well as local businesses in need of skilled workers. Its new downtown location provides a professional, welcoming environment for customers with plenty of free parking at a significant cost savings over the previous location. It also houses the Youth and Young Adult Resource Center specializing in customers ages 14-24.

The business community in Cleveland has stated that finding, training and retaining a quality workforce is a critical need for their businesses. It is also necessary for citywide and regional economic growth and development. Residents need the training and skills to embark on career pathways to well-paying, in-demand jobs available now and in the future. OMJCC services are available to address these critical needs at no charge.