The Vocation Station provides a comprehensive, efficient, and effective community employment program including: skill assessment, training, placement, employer/employee satisfaction, and follow-along while utilizing best practices to assure the successful employment of the individuals we serve throughout Scioto County.
Assisting and training individuals through resume preparation, development of interview skills, completion of applications and benefit analysis.
On-site training by qualified and trained staff is provided at no extra cost to the individual.
Vocation Station staff will assist individuals with exploring a variety of career paths available based on the individual’s interest and aptitude.
INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE
Assisting employers with modification of barriers to employment for persons with disabilities and linking employers to quality employees.
Summer Program 2018
Summer Program 2018 has wrapped up at our amazing location this year. Walmart Supercenter has been a wonderful partner with The Vocation Station to provide opportunities to build skills for all the students that participated.
Walmart helped The Vocation Station match students with departments that paired well with their skillset and interests. Walmart’s associates were very helpful mentoring the students on the ins and outs of retail. We are so pleased with this partnership, Walmart provided the students with excellent opportunities to build experience and knowledge.
The Students had so much fun learning different departments and interacting with all their coworkers. They are very excited to move forward to the next step in their journey to gaining meaningful competitive employment.
- Elimination of a search for quality employees
- A diversified workforce
- Pre-screened employees
- Tax incentives
- No training costs associated with new employees
With dozens of businesses who have partnered with us over the last 20 years, there has never been a Workers Compensation claim filed.
Our Program has placed loyal, quality employees with more than 40 businesses. Many of these individuals have remained valued employees for over 30 years.
Qualified first-year wages (up to $6,000) for those employed at least 120 hours but less than 400 hours.
Qualified first-year wages (up to $6,000) for those employed 400 hours or more.