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WE’RE HERE TO CONNECT YOU

We can help you:
  • Search and apply for jobs online
  • Write or update your resume
  • Set up an email account
  • Computer and internet basics
  • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Google Drive and Google Docs

Walk-in, call, or email your favorite location, during Library hours. For more information, please call 419.259.5200.

OhioMeansJobs Lucas County (OMJLC) will be at various Library branches to provide tools, resources, and assistance necessary to help individuals create and facilitate a successful job search plan—walk-in welcome. If you’re interested in scheduling an appointment, you can call 419.213.5627 to register, however, appointments are not necessary.
 
Schedule:
Mondays and Thursdays 1 – 5 p.m.
First Week of the Month: Reynolds
Second Week of the Month: Kent
Third Week of the Month: Mott
Fourth Week of the Month: Sanger
 
Services provided:
·   OMJLC Registration
·   How to navigate OMJLC
·   Skill assessments
·   Resume development
·   Assistance with cover letters
·   How to showcase skills and abilities
·   Job search techniques
·   Interview preparation
·   Referrals to partnering organizations.

City of Toledo Job Search

Find a Remote Job
CareerOneStop search tool for work-at-home jobs.

Jobsearch.Ohio.Gov
A new website launched by Ohio for those out of work due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

Lucas County Job Search
This is the official site for searching for Lucas County job openings.

Nonprofit Career Match
Help for those seeking a career in the nonprofit world. “From hire to retire, we can help you build your career.”

Nonprofit Talent
A great place for nonprofit job seekers and nonprofit employers to connect. Find a job or post a resume. Post a job or search resumes.

Occupational Mobility Explorer
Discover opportunities for workers to transfer their skills from one occupation to a similar — but higher-paying — occupation in the same labor market.

OhioMeansJobs
A compilation of electronic job opportunities from the major commercial job boards, niche industries and the government of Ohio.

Ohio’s In Demand Careers
Find here a listing of the top paying jobs in Ohio with lots of openings available for jobseekers.

Ohio’s Top Jobs
Find here a listing of jobs that pay well and have lots of openings available in Ohio.

Pathstone – Area Office on Aging
AOOA 2155 Arlington Ave, Suite 120, Toledo, OH 43609, 567.970.7063

55 and older – Provides paid job training for low income adults age 55 or older to help them compete in today’s labor market; assists these older job seekers with job development, job search training and job referral; and, provides financial assistance to employers to help defray the costs of training older job seekers to become productive employees.

Reference Solutions
The #1 source of information on businesses and people for researchers, students, job seekers and government agencies.

State of Ohio Job Search
This is the official site for searching for Ohio government job openings. Links to benefit information and the application process are also available.

USAJobs
The Office of Personnel Management offers this official site for federal jobs and employment information.

Vantage Aging (formerly Mature Services)
Local agency offering resources to jobseekers aged 50+.

VolunteerMatch
Allows the potential volunteer to search by zip code, interest, skills needed and more to find a meaningful volunteer opportunity.

Apprenticeship Information

Northwest Ohio Building & Construction Trades Council
Comprised of 18 local construction trades unions – Trains apprentices and upgrades the skills of current craftsmen to meet the professional construction needs of Northwest Ohio

Career Technical Education & Ohio Technical Centers
Get started in your new technical career in 3-18 months or prepare to transition to a college degree program.

Custom Training Solutions (a division of Northwest State Community College)
Gain a competitive advantage through hands-on training with the latest tools, techniques, and best practices in the areas of advanced manufacturing, computer applications and programming, safety and leadership, industrial automation, and maintenance.

Ability Jobs
The site has a resume bank of over 74,000 job seekers with disabilities. Since 1995, Ability Jobs has helped a wide range of individuals, from entry-level candidates to those with PhDs.

Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation
5241 Southwyck Blvd. Ste. 100, Toledo, OH 43614, 419.866.5811

Their staff will do intake for the individual and determine what type of work they can handle. Also, in some circumstances, the job coach will sit in their interview to coach them through.

The Sight Center of Northwest Ohio
1002 Garden Lake Pkwy, Toledo, OH 43614, 419.720.3937

Disabled Person
This nonprofit organization helps individuals with disabilities find employment.

Disability Job Exchange
The site connects job candidates with employers and also provides resume and career advice.

Getting Hired
This job search site lists jobs for people with disabilities.

National Industries for the Blind
The employment resource created by NSITE, CareersWithVision, serves individuals who are blind and seeking employment with NIB-associated nonprofit agencies.

Sierra Group’s RecruitDisability.org
This job search site for individuals with disabilities offers a resume/CV builder tool and useful articles.

All Library locations have computers, printers, and WiFi access available during all open hours. We also have a variety of classes you can attend, or if you want self-guided help, you can use the free Northstar online tool. Click here to learn more.

Jobversity
Offers digital learning resources to help immigrants and refugees navigate, contribute to, and thrive in the US job Market

Microsoft 365 Training Center
Lessons and exercises for Microsoft Office 365.

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LearningExpress Library

Tutorials, practice tests and ebooks for job searching, workplace skills, reading help, writing, math, science, career certification, licensure, exams, college, grad school, GED, ACT, SAT, English, language arts, high school, history, government, math, science, and social studies. Self-guided video

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Northstar Digital Literacy

Learn basic skills needed to use a computer and the internet in daily life, employment, and higher education covering social media, information literacy, Telehealth, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Google Docs.

United Way 211 is a free and anonymous information and referral service available to anyone in Lucas, Ottawa or Wood County with a health or human service need. Connect with Community Resource Advisors 24/7 by dialing2-1-1 (or 800.650.HELP), by texting your zip code to 898-211, or by visiting the 2-1-1 to You table at Main Library.

Schedule:
Tuesdays | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Main Library

Get information about:
  • Food, Housing and Utility Assistance
  • Employment Services
  • Childcare
  • Healthcare
  • Legal Services
  • Veteran Services
  • Tax Preparation Services
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • And more!
Community Resource Advisors are trained to listen, ask questions, assess needs and connect callers to community resources from 2-1-1’s large database of national, state and local resources.