Need Job Training

Job training can be key to finding a stable, well-paying job. Find out how getting the right skills can open the door to a variety of employment opportunities.

Ohio Means Jobs

Located at Lake County Department of Job and Family Services.

Ohio Means Jobs offers in-person assistance at the Painesville office for employers and job seekers. Job seekers can also use OhioMeansJobs.com as an online career counselor. You can plan your career, search jobs, build and post your resume, and find potential workforce programs to assist in skills training. For more information, visit www.lakecountyohio.gov/omjlake or call 440-350-4000.

Lifeline

Lake County’s community action agency- serves low income residents with emergency and long term programs that promote self-sufficiency. Offers financial assistance for short term training and vocational programs. Visit lclifeline.org or call 440-354-2148.

Auburn Career Center

The Auburn Career Center offers adult workforce training programs in a variety of high demand job fields. For more information, visit auburncc.org or call 440-357-7542

Lakeland Community College Women’s Center

Lake County’s community college offers a variety of short and long term educational opportunities. Women’s Center students experience an encouraging environment where they can the find the support they need while making connections with other women who share your goals for a better future. Visit lakelandcc.edu or call 440-525-7322

Lakeland Community College Men’s Center

Lake County’s community college offers a variety of short and long term educational opportunities. The primary purpose is to help men plan for and achieve their educational and career goals. For more information, visit lakelandcc.edu or 440-525-7447

Vocational Guidance Services

VGS offers services to enhance personal abilities, break down barriers to employment, and help people realize their potential. To learn more, visit vgsj.org or call 440-350-3651.