Beginning July 1, all OMJ activities will be held at our temporary location while OhioMeansJobs Medina County is closed in order to transition to a new location:
Community Room A
210 S. Broadway Street
Medina, OH 44256
Are you currently looking for a job?
Are you stuck in a dead-end job?
Are you in a job where you can’t support
Yourself or your family?
Returning from military duty?
Thinking of changing careers?
Reentering the workforce?
Facing barriers to employment?
Want to see the latest local job postings?
Planning to fill an open position?
Having difficulties finding the
Skills you need with the labor market?
Need a facility to interview candidates?
Interested in hosting a job fair?
Need help customizing your strategy?
Need help writing a job description?
Do you have questions about education and training?
Do you need additional resources to find employees?
OhioMeansJobs Medina County provides a full range of free assistance to job seekers under one roof. Prescribed by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, our center offers training referrals, career counseling, job listings, and similar employment-related services.
- All of our services, for both individual job seekers and businesses, are free of charge. Our goal is to provide customers with tools and services that allow them to gain full-time employment.
- We also provide assistance to those currently employed who are looking for better employment opportunities and training. In order to provide the broadest array of programs and services, the Center works in partnership with a number of public and private employment and training programs and services.
Ohio Workforce Area 2
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA) requires the establishment of local workforce areas within states based on geographic, industrial, educational, and other regional economic factors. Summit and Medina Counties together form Ohio’s Local Workforce Area 2. Area 2 is governed by the Summit and Medina Workforce Area Council of Governments (SAMWA COG) and represented by the Summit/Medina Workforce Development Board (WDB).