For Your Business to Succeed,
You Need Qualified and Dedicated Employees.
Join Us As We Find Ways to Meet This Challenge!
- NCWA Annual Summit 2021
North Central Workforce Alliance of Ohio and Grow Ashland hosted the NCWA Annual Summit. More than 150 people gathered at Water’s Edge Event Center on October 27, 2021 to hear Lt. Governor Jon Husted and Zane Gross of Wenco Wendy’s speak about the current labor shortage. NCWA President Joe Reep moderated a panel of local business leaders including Andy Fox, Kokosing, Pete Kandis, Aultman Orrville Hospital, and Ben Uselton, BCU Electric to hear how they are addressing their labor challenges. Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center (ACWHCC) sophomores Miranda Stroh and Shea Lawson shared their experience as 6th graders when they …
- NCWA Sponsors Gloves & Goggles Event
October 8th and 11th, the annual Gloves & Goggles event was held at Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center. Sixth graders from Ashland County visit the Career Center for half a day and visit four high school career tech programs to learn more about them and have some hands-on fun! Visit the Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center Facebook page to see more pictures of students, teachers, staff, and volunteers!
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NCWA 2020 Summit will be coming soon…
Rethink Careers in Construction: For Influencers
A message to parents, educators and guidance counselors about real careers in construction. Help us spread the word to your students! See more at byf.org.
WHAT WE ARE ABOUT…
The North Central Workforce Alliance of Ohio (NCWA) is a business-driven partnership consisting of employers from North Central Ohio whose focus is to share resources and ideas to solve common problems in attracting, training, and retaining the qualified and dedicated employees needed to grow area businesses.