When it comes to that all-important post-graduation job search, it’s great to have a college transcript that balances good grades with a variety of extracurricular activities. But few things will place your foot firmly in the door with a potential employer like a co-op or internship during your college career. Co-ops and internships provide real-world experience that you can’t get in a classroom, and three University of Cincinnati students are hoping their co-ops can jump start a career, as well.
According to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, training and development specialists are “high employment prospects for Ohio.” In Ohio, this group ranks 18th in the top 50 fastest-growing occupations; nationally, it’s ranked 13th.
When a disaster strikes – a car accident, a fire, or damage from a powerful storm - one of the first places Ohioans call to start picking up the pieces is their insurance company.
Tri-County Adult Career Center: Innovation and Renovation to Advance Regional Economic Development in Southeast Ohio
Tri-County Adult Career Center has entered into an innovative partnership with neighboring Hocking College to work collaboratively, rather than competitively, to expand local workforce development training opportunities to area business. The College and Career Center share a workforce training office and present themselves as one entity to the business community. Having a single point of contact streamlines the process for area businesses that are looking for staff training and development.