WSOS

WSOS Community Action Commission, Inc. (WSOS) provides comprehensive programs for individuals, families and communities. We offer Head Start and Early Head Start programs to provide free preschool education for children; housing assistance for those who are homeless or facing homelessness; job training; veteran services and many other programs. WSOS is a 501(c)3 corporation that has served Wood, Sandusky, Ottawa, Seneca and other counties and regions for more than 52 years.

Contact Information

Website

www.wsos.org

Address

WSOS Community Action Commission, Inc.

109 S. Front St., Fremont Ohio 43420

1-800-775-9767

Ohio Means Jobs Seneca County                                 

OhioMeansJobs Seneca County is a resource for job seekers and employers.  Individuals, youth and adults, have access to career planning and job search support.  Training funds may be available but would require proof of eligibility.  Employers can receive assistance to post job openings as well as screening of applicants. 

 

 

Contact Information

Job Seekers
419-447-5011 ext. 443

Employers
Carol Kern
419-447-5011 ext. 322.

Address
900 E. CR 20, Tiffin, OH 44883

Ready-to-Work Initiative                                                

The Ready to Work initiative offers training in advanced manufacturing, environmental services, information technology and healthcare occupations to qualified individuals, including veterans residing in 19 counties across northwest Ohio. The program provides assessments, training, career coaching, supportive services and job-placement assistance at no or minimal cost to participants. Ready to Work is provided by WSOS Community Action Commission, and is funded through Department of Labor Grant HG-26676-15-60-A-39.

 

 

Contact Information

Website

readytoworkohio.org

Address

WSOS Community Action Commission, Inc.

109 S. Front St., Fremont Ohio 43420

1-800-775-9767

Comprehensive Case Management Employee Program  (CCMEP)    

 

Individuals:

CCMEP is designed to help eligible individuals (ages 16-24) overcome barriers to employment by providing work supports and removing obstacles that prevent them from maintaining employment.   Supports can include, but are not limited to, vehicle repairs, referrals to reliable child-care, financial literacy education, substance abuse counseling, and job readiness training and career coaching.  Every enrolled person will have a case plan with established goals and a case manager to assist them to reach those goals.

If you are 16-24 and would like more information on eligibility and how this program may be able to assist you, please call 419-447-5011 extension 422.  

 

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Employers:

Workforce survey summary estimates 75% of companies identified work ethic as being an issue with employees, especially younger workers. If you would like more information on how this program may be able to assist you to retain younger workers, please call 419-447-5011 ext 422.