Employers contact the Warren County Career Center to find qualified workers who are needed in their business or industry. Over 95% of our completing students are employed, are in the military or are enrolled in higher education. Over 50% of those are in post-secondary education.
The best way to connect with our students to offer employment is to register on our Job Placement Center and list your open positions.
There is no cost to employers or job seekers for this service. This site is shared with our students on a regular basis through our instructors, and our students and the general public can search the site any time, at no cost, for available jobs.
If you have questions about employing a secondary student, contact Gary Patton, Director of Secondary Education, at 513-932-5677 ext. 5202 or Gary.Patton@mywccc.org.
If you have questions about employing an adult student, contact Tom Harris, Director of Adult Education, at 513-932-8145 ext. 5297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apprenticeship is a system for teaching the practical and theoretical aspects of technical and skilled trades needed by business and industry. It combines on-the-job training with related classroom technical instruction. Apprentices train under the direction of experienced craftsmen commonly called "journeymen." Training begins in the first semester of the high school senior year. It is open to any senior student, 16 years or older, enrolled in a qualified program, and meeting the job placement guidelines.
The Internship Program is designed to place students in a trade area where a registered apprentice program is not available. The Externship Program is designed to place students in a trade area environment that is unpaid. Strict rules must be followed governing the training plan, activities, and length of time.
Early placement provides an opportunity for the student to make a transition from school-trained skills to job skill application under the guidance of the instructor and the employer. Early placement may begin second semester of the high school senior year and is open to qualified students in any program.
Adult Student Placement
Adult Education students are available to employers for placement. Many programs offer internships and externships.