COWIC and the City of Columbus partner for the Youth Employment Challenge

Youth Employment

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The Columbus Region has more than 20,000 teens and young adults aged 16-24 who are out of school and unemployed. Mayor Andy Ginther, the City of Columbus, COWIC/OhioMeansJobs, and a host of community partners  the City of and a host of community partners  are working to identify more employment opportunities to help these young people find full-time, part-time or seasonal employment.

The Columbus Partnership, Columbus Chamber, Columbus 2020, Experience Columbus, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, the Human Service Chamber and local labor unions are also encouraging member businesses and organizations to take part in the Youth Employment Challenge.

Are you up for the challenge? Are you ready to hire motivated job seekers ages 16-24? Join us in the Youth Employment Challenge.

For more information contact:

Jo Youngs
Director, Business Solutions for COWIC

Youth Employment Challenge

Employers please fill out the form below and a COWIC/OMJ-CFC staff member will contact you.

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