A unique opportunity for minorities, women, and socially and economically disadvantaged businesses and individuals to connect with procurement officials and employers from the State of Ohio and more. Participants include State of Ohio agencies, several state universities, regional transit authorities and several private construction firms. Click here to register!
Through the College Credit Plus program, more than 52,000 Ohio high school students took college classes during the 2015-16 academic year, earning college credit while meeting their high school graduation requirements and collectively saving more than $120 million on college tuition. Find out more.
Opioid drug abuse has become a crisis in Ohio and across the nation. Governor and First Lady Kasich have launched Start Talking!, an innovative program that aims to give parents, guardians, educators and community leaders the tools to start the conversation with Ohio’s youth about the importance of living healthy, drug-free lives.
The Changing Campus Culture initiative seeks to strengthen Ohio's ability to better respond to, and ultimately prevent, sexual assault on the state’s college campuses. Download and read the full report and recommendations (PDF) at this link.
Ohio legislation requires each state public institution of higher education to provide incoming students with information about mental health topics, including available depression and suicide prevention resources. The Ohio Life Saver website was developed to support Ohio's public colleges and universities in complying with this law. Find out more.
The GIVE back. GO forward. initiative lets volunteers age 60 and older earn free college tuition. The Ohio Department of Higher Education/Department of Aging pilot program bridges generations while serving youth-centric programs in the Mahoning Valley Find out more!.
Ohio G.R.E.A.T. is the state's postsecondary globalization initiative, which aims to show the world that Ohio is a GREAT place to study, work, and live. Find out more at the Ohio G.R.E.A.T. website.
Whether you're a high school student exploring careers, a college student searching for an internship, an experienced worker looking for a new job, or a business looking for skilled employees, OhioMeansJobs can help.
Governor John Kasich signs into law a bill containing items from the Valuing Ohio Veterans Report. The report’s recommendations represent a comprehensive look at what state departments, boards, commissions, and our institutions of higher education can do to support Ohio’s veterans and service members and to make Ohio an ideal home for their civilian careers and personal lives. Find out more.
T2DG enables Ohio students to streamline credit transfer among the state's public institutions of higher education and from adult/secondary career-technical institutions to find the best pathways to degree completion and launch successful careers. TransferCredit.ohio.gov
Whether you're a student searching for an internship or a business looking to hire top-notch student talent, the best place to go is OhioMeansInternships.com. Students - search thousands of listings or upload your resume and let the internships find YOU. Ohio businesses - post your open jobs for FREE.
Free online tutoring is already offered on 43 college campuses in Ohio, but is now set to expand to even more schools across the state. The Ohio eTutoring Collaborative provides academic support for traditional classes, online courses, and distance learning students. Find out more.
Ohio ABLE programs provide FREE services for individuals who need assistance acquiring the skills to be successful in post-secondary education and training, and employment. Local programs offer classes at flexible locations, and on different days and times to meet diverse needs. Find out more.
Interested in a career in the energy industry? Ohio Energy Pathways is a brand new website that will help you discover what types of energy career opportunities exist in Ohio and connect you with education programs that Ohio schools have to offer in these areas. Find out more.