WIOA Offers You:
- Job search assistance
- Labor market information (which identifies job vacancies; skills needed for in-demand jobs; and local, regional, and national employment trends)
- Initial assessment of skills and needs
- Information about and costs for local training providers
- Follow-up services to help customers keep their jobs once they are placed
- Workshops (Resume, Interviewing, Job Search)
- Development of individual employment plans
- Case management
Student Aid on the Web
Student Aid on the Web provides in-depth information on all the U.S. Department of Education’s student aid programs (grants, work-study and loans) and on how to apply.
- Occupational skills training
- On-the-job training
- Cooperative education programs, and private sector training programs
Before being considered for training you must first:
- Actively look for a job.
- Be determined eligible for WIOA.
- Work with a counselor to develop a long-term employment plan.
- Invest your time to improve your basic skills (if necessary).
- Pursue a career that is WIOA Eligible Training Provider List.
- Exhaust all other possible funding (including Pell Grant funds)
- Contact OhioMeansJobs Defiance County at 419-784-3777 or Paulding County at 419-399-3345