Additional Resources

Regional Plan for the East Ohio Workforce Region

The East Ohio Workforce Region is comprised of WIOA Local Area 6 (Stark and Tuscarawas Counties), Area 17 (Mahoning and Columbiana Counties), and Area 18 (Trumbull County). The Regional Plan also includes all three local workforce area plans.

Regional Plan for the East Ohio Workforce Region

OhioMeansJobs (OMJ) Centers in Stark and Tuscarawas Counties

OhioMeansJobs (OMJ) Centers are comprised of various agencies and organizations that provide employment-related services to job seekers and employers.

ohiomeansjobs.com/stark or ohiomeansjobs.com/tuscarawas

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

WIOA is federal legislation designed to strengthen and improve our nation's public workforce system and help get Americans into high-quality jobs and careers and help employers hire and retain skilled workers.

doleta.gov/wioa

Report to the Community

2019-2020 Report to the Community

Workforce Initiative Association

Workforce Initiative Association can provide career services and WIOA funding to eligible individuals.

omjwork.com/job-seekers

Stark and Tuscarawas County Job Platforms

A helpful tool for job hunters in the Stark and Tuscarawas County areas or those moving and seeking employment. By breaking down employment opportunities by industry, location, and required qualifications, these platforms provide a comprehensive resource for those seeking jobs in Stark and Tuscarawas Counties. 

Strengthening Stark Means Jobs

Tuscarawas County Means Jobs

tusccountymeansjobs.net

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The Stark Tuscarawas Workforce Development Board is a member of Midwest Urban Strategies, the National Association of Workforce Boards, and the United States Conference of Mayors Workforce Development Council


Midwest Urban Strategies represents a coordinated effort on behalf of 13 Department of Labor urban workforce development boards to marry traditional workforce development practices with economic development.

The National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) connects workforce development professionals, Workforce Development Board members, and policy makers with the knowledge, training and tools to help make informed, smart decisions about how to execute WIOA successfully and invest in workforce strategies that advance the economic health of their communities through a skilled, competitive workforce.

The United States Conference of Mayors is the official non-partisan organization of cities with a population of 30,000 or larger. Each city is represented by its chief elected official, the mayor.