Project HIRE – Learn How to Get $6,000 to Hire and Train Dislocated Workers

{mosimage}Lorain County employers can find out how they can receive up to $6,000 for each dislocated worker they hire and train at several special events on Wednesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 27.

 

{mosimage}Lorain County employers can find out how they can receive up to $6,000 for each dislocated worker they hire and train at several special events on Wednesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 27.

The Lorain County Growth Partnership is hosting these Project HIRE special events to outline how Lorain County businesses can participate in this program that provides an immediate financial benefit. At these events, you will learn about cost savings, tax benefits, how to qualify job candidates, and how to use the simple One-Stop process to start you on the road of savings.  

It is vital to register today before funds are depleted throughout the State of Ohio.  Join us at Lorain County Community College’s Spitzer Conference Center Wednesday, May 26th or at Lorain County JVS on Thursday, May 27th with morning and afternoon sessions to choose from at each location.  Just one hour of your busy day could mean thousands in savings to your business.

Register now at www.lorainccc.edu/projecthire or call 440-366-4103.

Project HIRE – Learn How to Get $6,000 to Hire and Train Dislocated Workers

{mosimage}Lorain County employers can find out how they can receive up to $6,000 for each dislocated worker they hire and train at several special events on Wednesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 27.

 

{mosimage}Lorain County employers can find out how they can receive up to $6,000 for each dislocated worker they hire and train at several special events on Wednesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 27.

The Lorain County Growth Partnership is hosting these Project HIRE special events to outline how Lorain County businesses can participate in this program that provides an immediate financial benefit. At these events, you will learn about cost savings, tax benefits, how to qualify job candidates, and how to use the simple One-Stop process to start you on the road of savings.  

It is vital to register today before funds are depleted throughout the State of Ohio.  Join us at Lorain County Community College’s Spitzer Conference Center Wednesday, May 26th or at Lorain County JVS on Thursday, May 27th with morning and afternoon sessions to choose from at each location.  Just one hour of your busy day could mean thousands in savings to your business.

Register now at www.lorainccc.edu/projecthire or call 440-366-4103.

Project HIRE – Learn How to Get $6,000 to Hire and Train Dislocated Workers

{mosimage}Lorain County employers can find out how they can receive up to $6,000 for each dislocated worker they hire and train at several special events on Wednesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 27.

 

{mosimage}Lorain County employers can find out how they can receive up to $6,000 for each dislocated worker they hire and train at several special events on Wednesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 27.

The Lorain County Growth Partnership is hosting these Project HIRE special events to outline how Lorain County businesses can participate in this program that provides an immediate financial benefit. At these events, you will learn about cost savings, tax benefits, how to qualify job candidates, and how to use the simple One-Stop process to start you on the road of savings.  

It is vital to register today before funds are depleted throughout the State of Ohio.  Join us at Lorain County Community College’s Spitzer Conference Center Wednesday, May 26th or at Lorain County JVS on Thursday, May 27th with morning and afternoon sessions to choose from at each location.  Just one hour of your busy day could mean thousands in savings to your business.

Register now at www.lorainccc.edu/projecthire or call 440-366-4103.

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