Build skills and confidence as a member.

Are you an adult resident of the Talawanda School District that is struggling to find a career or even a job?
You are not alone!

  • The unemployment rate of the City of Oxford doubled from 2000 to 2010¹
  • 68% of Oxford, Ohio residents are between the ages of 18-24² making the Oxford workforce very competitive
  • Oxford offers a unique but limited scope of career options
  • Traveling to job centers outside of Oxford can be timely and costly
Oxford Works staff understands the distinct challenges that job seekers in our community face and are working to build relationships with local employers to provide current and relevant training to eligible individuals who commit to partnering with the program. Oxford Works offers:

  • Self-exploration & career planning
  • Job readiness training
  • Employment-related resources
  • Ways to market yourself
  • Advice from local employers

To learn more about what Oxford Works has to offer, call or e-mail our staff today to schedule an informational meeting. Ask to speak with an Oxford Works representative by calling 513-523-5859 or e-mail Program Coordinator, Missy Thompson, at .

U.S. Census data from 2000 and 2010
² 2010 U.S Census data which was conducted in the spring of 2010 and included Miami University students and year round residents of the City of Oxford

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