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The Career Services Team at the OhioMeansJobs Columbus-Franklin County Job Center provides individualized services to job seekers through funding provided by WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014).

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Our Career Services Team is available to work one-on-one with job seekers to assist with developing an individualized employment plan, exploring the current job market, assisting with resume development, exploring training opportunities, and much more! Funding for training and supportive services may also be available to those who qualify.

To get started, we recommend that you attend one of our Orientations to learn all about the services available within the Job Center. You can register to attend one of our Orientations by scheduling below. 

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Meet our staff to understand services offered within the Job Center. Staff will provide a high-level explanation of services along with a chance for job seekers to ask questions.


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To begin the application process for enrollment with our Career Services Team, please follow the following steps:

New Careers has a number of tools and resources for you to start mapping out your new career. Explore career maps and pathways, get salary information, top skills in-demand, and more! 

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Helping Ohioans improve their skills to find stable new careers.

As a proud partner of Ohio To Work, we are helping both unemployed and underemployed workers find jobs fast with a mix of job training, tools, and resources in the Columbus area.

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If you’re between the ages of 16-24 and you need skills training for your future career you can learn about our Achieve More & Prosper (AMP) Youth programs that are available at no cost.