County working on career pathways

November 2016
Crain's Cleveland Business;11/7/2016, Vol. 37 Issue 45, p0001
The article reports on the opening of the Work Opportunity Resource Center (WORC) workforce program of Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Topics discussed include the goal of WORC to help unemployed or underemployed people in the area find entry-level jobs, the training offered under the program aimed at helping people on public welfare assistance to build a career and the amount reserved for the career pathways program. Also mentioned are the nonprofit organizations contributing to WORC.


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