The Small Business Administration is sponsoring a “Meet the Lenders” event on March 13 at Cleveland State University College of Business. This event will bring together both existing and start-up minority entrepreneurs with about a dozen lenders for private interviews and business plan discussion. Any entrepreneur that is interested should work with a Small Business Development Center (SBDC) or a SCORE Association in order to prepare their business plan and be prepared prior to the event. (Below are the contacts for both). When contacting either, ask about attending the March 13th Meet the Lenders event to get more information!
Are you looking for a job and don’t know where to begin? Ohio Means Jobs Cleveland-Cuyahoga County has programs and services to assist you in getting you to where you would like to be. They are a one-stop workforce system offering multiple job seeker programs and services free of charge to businesses, adult job seekers, dislocated workers, low income youth and adults, veterans, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, and other individuals as well.
- Assistance with registration and applying for jobs online
- Job search and readiness workshops
- Career exploration and counseling
- Resume development
- Youth internships and mentoring
- Career technical training for jobs in demand
- Skill/qualification upgrade via ‘on the job training’
- Literacy workshops: ABLE/GED and English as a Second Language (ESOL)
- Job search/job placement assistance
- Access to the resource room
- Pre-employment training
Resource Room Services:
- Free internet access
- Free telephone, fax, copiers, computers, printers, and postage
- Current job postings
- Latest labor market information
- Resume preparation
If you are age 14-23, the Youth Resource Center at the downtown Bolivar location offers a safe and positive environment, support and guidance with personal programs, assistance with academic enrollment; job search/readiness workshops; community resources and support; and weekly job club to improve employability.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is partnering with Ohio Means Jobs Cleveland-Cuyahoga County to provide job training and employment services for those residents of the Opportunity Corridor that will be most directly impacted by the roadway project.
To contact Ohio Means Jobs Cleveland-Cuyahoga County, please call at 216-664-4673, visit them on the web at ohiomeansjobs.com/cuyahoga or see visit their office: 1020 Bolivar Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 44115
The City of Cleveland Division of Police, along with the Community Relations Board, will host round-table discussions regarding the deployment and use of police body cameras by Cleveland police officers. There are only two dates released thus far. Please plan to attend to voice your concerns and questions. For further information, you can reach the Division of Police at 216.623.5000.
January 27th, 2015
Harvard Community Services Center
18240 Harvard Avenue
January 28th, 2015
Covenant Community Church
3342 East 119th Street
The next Neighborhood Connections grant deadline is Friday, February 13th at 5 p.m.
Attend a Grantseeker Workshop to learn more about applying for a Neighborhood Connections grant. Neighborhood Connections hosts several workshop sessions for groups looking to apply for funding. We encourage you to attend the Grantseeker Workshop and a Budget Workshop. Grantseeker Workshops provide tips on completing your proposal and provide important insights into the decision making criteria. All applicants are encouraged to attend one of these sessions!
Workshops are scheduled for:
Monday, January 12th, 6pm to 8pm, the Art Palace, 7201 Kinsman, Suite 102
Wednesday, January 21st, 6pm to 8pm, Neighborhood Connections Office, 5000 Euclid Avenue, Suite 310 (the Agora)
Tuesday, February 3rd, 6pm to 8pm, Stockyard – Clark Fulton – Brooklyn.
Limited one on one assistance is also available by appointment by calling 216-229-4468 or emailing email@example.com. First come, first served!
For an application:
Pick one up at the Neighborhood Connections office: 5000 Euclid Avenue, Suite 310 (the Agora), or visit the Neighborhood Connections website for more information: www.neighborhoodgrants.org.
Did you know that youth ages 14-22 have job resources available to them? Attend a 6 week series of workshops, use a computer lab, get assistance with applications and resumes, or explore college choices. The opportunities are endless. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-664-3896!