Youth Education/Employment Success

The Clark County Department of Job and Family Services on behalf of the WorkPlus Regional One Stop System has issued an RFP (Request for Proposals) for providers of workforce development services to WIA (Workforce Investment Act) eligible youth between the ages of 14-21. This service population includes youth in Champaign, Clark, Logan, Madison and Union Counties.

For more details of the RFP and service categories, please visit www.workplussystem.com

The WorkPlus Regional One Stop System includes Champaign, Clark, Logan, Madison and Union County Department of Job and Family Services.

Educational Assistance

  • Individualized Approach
  • Family and Community Involvement
  • Organizational Skills
  • Homework Clubs
  • One-On-One Tutoring
  • Test Taking Strategies
  • Referrals to Training Programs
  • Career and Technical Training and Counseling
  • Alternative School Referrals: Union County ABLE, Ohio Hi-Point Career Center, Tolles Technical Center, Tri-Rivers Career Center, and others.

Leadership Development

  • Community Volunteer Programs
  • Peer Mentoring and/or Tutoring
  • Life Skills Training
  • Service Projects
  • Leadership Training
  • One-On-One Adult Mentoring

Employment Assistance

  • Summer Employment
  • Employability Skills
  • Workplace Knowledge and Skills
  • Workplace Experience
  • Resume Development