Our greatest asset is the loyal, highly skilled workforce that “Live and work in southern Ohio”. The Workforce Strong video series is dedicated to those who have chosen a career in manufacturing and enjoy life in southern Ohio.
Chillicothe Transit offers solutions for all riders. Take advantage of regularly scheduled routes or On-Demand service. There is even a trolley to take you around the Historic Downtown District. Visit Chillicothe Transit for the full array of services and real-time bus tracker.
South Central Ohio Workforce Partnership offers a wide variety of free services and resources including hiring events and training support. Learn More
Ohio Means Jobs centers assist job seekers, employers and youth with job search assistance, employee recruitment, job training, Job Fairs, testing, on-the-job training agreement reimbursements, employer application services ad more. Learn More
JobsOhio Workforce Grant was created to promote economic development, business expansion, and job creation by providing funding for the improvement of worker skills and abilities in the State of Ohio. Grant decisions are based on a number of project factors, including but not limited to job creation, additional payroll, fixed-asset investment commitment, project return on investment and project location. Learn More
OHIO Chillicothe provides a small campus setting with the recognition of an Ohio University degree. The campus offers more than 20 academic programs to pursue an associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree along with programs for continuing education, professional development and certification courses. Learn More
Pickaway Ross Career & Technology Center students are members of Business Professionals of America (BPA), DECA (an association of marketing students), Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Future Farmers of America (FFA) and SkillsUSA. Learn More
MADE is the local chapter of Drug Free Clubs of America, providing students the support they need to live drug-free lives. All Ross County high schools and vocational schools have clubs in their schools. Currently, there are more than 2,000 students who voluntarily participate in the program. Learn More
Leader in Me Program empowers students with the leadership and life-skills they need to thrive in the 21st century. Many K-12 schools in Ross County have adopted and follow the Leader In Me program. Learn More
Skills Training Enhancement Program (STEP), sponsored by Pickaway Ross Career & Technology Center, teaches soft skills and builds work ethic for those who enroll in the program. Learn More