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The Workforce Mobile Unit is an Innovative Bridge Between Job Seekers and Employers in Montgomery County, Ohio

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25 Jan 2021


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This article originally appeared on Montgomery County, OH Business Services and was created for Montgomery County, OH by Golden Shovel Agency.

The Mobile Workforce Unit, a 38-foot Freighliner coach outfitted with state-of-the-art technology, will serve as an extension of the services already available to Mongomery County residents at The Job Center on Edwin C. Moses Boulevard in Dayton, Ohio. It will function as one more innovation to help residents develop the skills and resumes needed for success, as well as one more bridge to bring employers and these job seekers together.

"This vehicle will allow our workforce development professionals to go outside the walls of The Job Center and take our services directly to those who need them," said Montgomery County Commissioner Judy Dodge. "We are doing this because we are committed to investing in our residents. This vehicle represents that investment. We want everyone in Montgomery County to have the opportunity for a fulfilling career."

The Mobile Workforce Unit was funded through a grant from the State of Ohio's Rapid Response funding, which helps residents get back to work quickly whether they find themselves unemployed due to layoffs, closures, or natural disasters.

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