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In order to best protect confidential and other important data, the ODJFS website will no longer support several outdated web browsers. Effective December 5, Internet Explorer 6 or older, Opera 4 or older and Netscape Navigator will no longer work on ODJFS sites that are https-enabled. Individuals can download the most recent version of Internet Explorer here and the most recent version of Opera here.
We help low-income young adults ages 14-24 get the training and supports necessary to enter a career and break the poverty cycle.

Services available include:
 Did you know?
 
During the last program year  (PY15) Ohio provided education or employment services to 5,616 youth.
 2,179 were placed in jobs or education, and 1,937 completed certificates or degrees.
  • Paid work experiences
  • Education and career training
  • Tutoring
  • Supportive services (i.e. transportation)
  • Career coaching
  • Developing a budget
  • How to start a business
  • Becoming a leader
  • Preparing for college or credential training
  • Mentoring
  • Counseling
  • Career Advancement
View or print our Fact Sheet.

For more information, contact your local OhioMeansJobs center.
  

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 Last updated: 10/18/2018