The 2015 S.O.A.R hire! Summer Initiative Application Is Closed

The application period for the 2015 S.O.A.R.hire! Summer Employment Initiative is closed. If you filled out an application, please continue to check your email for additional information from COWIC staff. If you have additional questions, please visit our 2015 S.O.A.R.hire! Summer Employment Initiative Frequently Asked Questions page. Fill out my online

Meet the 2015 S.O.A.R hire! Service Providers

The S.O.A.R hire! summer employment initiative is a success every year thanks to the hard work and dedication from our service provider organizations. These organizations help us to reach many of the underserved populations in Franklin County, and provide hands-on help in attracting and developing the youth and young adults for

S.O.A.R.hire! Employer Resource Center

S.O.A.R.hire! Summer is a great way to fill your summer seasonal positions. The Franklin County Board of Commissioners, Mayor Andrew Ginther, and COWIC/ OhioMeansJobs invite you to join the Central Ohio business community in making a commitment to offer summer employment to young workers ages 18 – 24.  Work experience has proven to have a significant, positive

S.O.A.R hire! Job Search Tips

We want to make sure you are ready for S.O.A.R.hire! To begin the program, participants will need to provide proof they are eligible to work in the United States by providing certain documents as well as an email address to receive correspondence from us. Below you will find information on what participants

S.O.A.R.hire! Summer Employment Initiative: FAQs

S.O.A.R.hire! is a paid summer employment initiative for youth and young adults ages 14-24 in Franklin County. Space is limited. Applicants must submit documentation to determine if they are suitable for the publicly-funded (Community Collaborative) or company-paid work experiences (S.O.A.R.hire! Academy). Application Period: April or May Internship Period: June through August Q: What are

The S.O.A.R.hire! Summer Internship results are in!

More than 800 youth and young adults earned and learned in this year’s summer youth employment program, supported by the Franklin County Board of Commissioners, Mayor Michael B. Coleman and the City of Columbus, and the U.S. Department of Labor. The program aligns the career goals of young workers with