Are you unemployed? Looking for a better job? Know someone who is?
The HIRE Education Program consists of weekly meetings over nine weeks to provide extra support for individuals serious about re-developing their skills through education to meet job requirements. Mentoring, finding financial assistance, and discovering your place in a changing work environment are an integral part of this program.
Weekly meetings will focus on manufacturing, education,
healthcare, government, technology, service industry, and small
Weekly meetings will focus on manufacturing, education, healthcare, government, technology, service industry, and small business.
The next session will begin September 14. Applications are due September 2.
Applicant must be at least 18 years old.
Provide one (1) reference.
Submit to drug screen.
Complete background check requirements.
Must reside in Huron County to qualify for funding.
For more information on the HIRE Education program, contact Norwalk City Hall at (419) 663-6700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To encourage the unemployed and underemployed to prepare for the jobs of tomorrow by advancing their education, be it with a GED, computer training, basic soft skills, specific job training, an Associate’s degree, or Bachelor’s degree.
To increase awareness that a higher level of education will mean a better job, remove the fear that people have of advancing their education, and connect people with the resources available to them.
To engage current companies in the process to ensure we meet employers’ needs and participants gain the skills and knowledge required.
To gain employers’ participation to send employees and/or to give program participants a “first look” when hiring.
To raise the level of education county-wide to better attract companies to the area with a highly skilled workforce.
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