OhioMeansJobs Summit County (OMJSC) is Summit County’s local, all-in-one workforce resource center. All of our services, for both individual job seekers and businesses, are free of charge. The goals of our service-first mentality are to help individuals become equipped for their next job, and for companies to find the talent they need to grow their businesses.
Our commitment to Lake County residents seeking employment and training opportunities continues to be our highest priority! Our Vision is to determine and immediately address the needs of every customer entering our Career Center at OhioMeansJobs Lake County. Our Mission is to enable every partner agency to work together to quickly serve customer needs by delivering their own services and/or referring them to the appropriate agency.
This US Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration website will keep you up-to-date on federal initiatives to help jobseekers. The website provides links to other workforce development websites that cover the gamut of jobseeker needs.
Jobseekers should register on this website to gain access to thousands of job opportunities across the State of Ohio and the nation. Developed by the State of Ohio and Monster.com, OMJ services both jobseekers and employers. Employers can browse thousands of resumes and can upload their job openings on an as needed basis.
The United Labor Agency was formed in 1971 in Cleveland, Ohio by the Cleveland AFL-CIO, the United Auto Workers, and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, an important act of solidarity by the three union organizations.