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JobsPlus

What makes our program different?

When you commit to the JobsPlus program, our commitment to you goes beyond the classroom. We’ll work closely with you to create a customized career strategy based on your work experience, strengths, challenges and goals. All JobsPlus services are free: classes, one-to-one coaching, resume preparation, job search assistance, transportation and more.

Contact us today!

We are here to help you achieve success. From first-time job-seekers to seasoned professionals, we are here to help you build a career with one of our many employer partners. Call us today at (513) 241-1800 or contact Abe Woolfolk at awoolfolk@citygospelmission.org.

Main Location:
City Gospel Mission, 1211 York Street, Cincinnati, OH 45214
Phone: (513) 241-1800

Butler County Location:
Hope House Mission, 1001 Grove Street, Middletown, OH 45044
Phone: (513) 256-1552

Warren County Location:
The ORCA Center, 408 4th Avenue, Mason, OH 450540
Phone: (513) 256-1552

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Our graduates land jobs and advance their careers

We have a hiring network of over 40 companies in the Greater Cincinnati area. Some of the industries in our partner network include, but are not limited to: administrative, assembly, automotive, culinary, customer service, hospitality, housekeeping, janitorial, manufacturing, retail, shipping, transportation, and warehousing. Our team will work with you from the start to plan your best path to career placement.

Are you an employer?

We have ideal candidates who are screened and prepared for job placement. We’re here to support your hiring needs. Learn more about joining our network.

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