The funding pays the cost of training or education to prepare an individual for employment in occupations in demand in Huron County, such as people seeking to obtain their CDL, welding certification, state tested nursing assistant and more.
Training and education dollars are available, but not necessarily limited to, customer service, skilled trades, motor vehicle operators, manufacturing, waste treatment plant operations, health services, information technology and assemblers.
Individuals currently unemployed or underemployed may be eligible.
For more information, call Rhonda VanScyoc at 419-668-8126, ext. 3460, or visit OhioMeansJobs office in Huron County at Job and Family Services, 185 Shady Lane Drive, in Norwalk.