Business Connection December 2019

Business Connection December 2019

The official newsletter of Clark State's Workforce and Business Solutions.

TechCred Training Funding Update
Helping Employers Build A Stronger Workforce

This week, the State of Ohio added 219 additional approved credentials to the TechCred funding list. The next application period for businesses to apply will begin January 2, 2020. Find out more about how to apply by clicking here.


NEW - Guaranteed Hire Positions!
Earn an Annual Salary of $47,000Earn your Clark State Insurance Claims Short-Term Technical Certificate then start working at State Auto as a CARE Auto Associate.

Study where you are, available completely online!
You want to earn your insurance management degree without breaking the bank. We get that! That's why we've made it our mission to provide a quality education at an affordable price. In fact, our tuition at Clark State is one of the lowest in Ohio.

In addition to our low tuition, we have partnered with State Automobile Mutual Insurance Company to create a guarantee hire opportunity for graduates in our online Insurance Claims Short-Term Technical Certificate. You get to study where you are and earn your certificate completely online!

Guaranteed Hire Position Description
CARE (Claims and Risk Engineering) Auto Associate
Annual Salary: $47,00
CARE Auto Associates respond to help customers after an auto accident. These professionals manage the repair or replacement process of customers' automobiles.

Located in: Columbus, OH and Des Moines, IA

*Guaranteed Hire contingent upon successful prescreen prior to entering into the program.

Visit our website or click here for more information!

Technical Assistance Clinic
January 14, 2020 | 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
Brinkman Educational Center

Finding healthy, drug-free workers has become difficult for many businesses in our region.  Through a recent study, employers throughout Ohio are showing that more could be done to prevent and respond to substance misuse among their workforce.

In response, Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison (MHRB) has joined with Working Partners and Clark State Community College to address this problem through the Technical Assistance Clinic.  

Business leaders who attend this course will be provided with the education, written resources and a tool to audit their drug-free workplace (DFWP) efforts along with shared experiences, best practice strategies and tips from area businesses who run effective DFWP programs.

All business members are welcome to register today - Click here


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