Workforce and Training Resources
Morrow County, Ohio
Morrow County’s workforce is stable, diverse, talented and highly motivated. The more than 1 million workers in the MSA represent a wide range of skills and backgrounds from military personnel and doctors, to blue-collar manufacturing workers, white-collar professionals and artisans. Businesses in Morrow County are able to fill positions at every skill level in every industry.
There is no shortage of nationally-recognized, cutting-edge training and development programs available on an ongoing basis in Morrow County and throughout the region. These programs are offered through the following Technical Schools, Colleges, and Universities provide targeted training for a variety of industry positions for your company’s production needs and help your business recruit, retain, and develop employees with high-value technical skills, multiple professional certifications, and 4-year degrees. The Columbus Region is home to 59 college and university campuses with a total enrollment of more than 136,000 students and more than 20,000 annual graduates.
JobsOhio Workforce Grants
The JobsOhio Workforce Grant was created to promote economic development, business expansion, and job creation by providing funding for the improvement of worker skills and abilities in the State of Ohio. Click here to download a PDF that describes the workforce development program.
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REGIONAL TALENT POOL
Morrow County is proud to be part of the Columbus Region and regularly partners with the team at Columbus 2020 to identify workforce development opportunities and strategies for major employers. To learn more about the region's talent pool, click here or visit Columbus 2020's workforce page by clicking the image below.