NOTE Due to weather concerns, the aviation event scheduled for Friday, October 15, has been rescheduled for Friday, October 22—same time, same place. We apologize for the inconvenience and we look forward to seeing you next Friday.
Assistant DeanWorkforce Development & Work-Based Learning
Coordinator/Trainer of Industrial Programs
Coordinator of Client Relations & Program Outreach
The Center for Workforce Development & Education contributes to the economic success of area businesses, industries and private sector organizations by providing affordable and convenient professional development opportunities. The Center offers an array of services that are invaluable to economic success and provides training that can help you manage people and projects, advance in your profession, or simply sharpen your skills. Taking advantage of these services gives you and your employees the opportunity to increase job proficiency, learn how to respond to changes in the workplace, obtain nationally recognized certifications and sharpen entrepreneurial skills.
The Center Committed to developing an employer's greatest asset—their employees.
Edison State Works A workforce "connector hub" facilitating the connection of programs and services—with students, staff, businesses, industries and area residents.
Employer Resources Resources are available to you as employers. Learn how to post to our job board, hire an intern and more.
Apprenticeships Edison State is a registered apprenticeship sponsor for the state of Ohio. Apprenticeship programs are perfect for providing the high-level skills needed by today's workforce.
Work-Based Learning A unique form of education that integrates classroom study with planned and supervised work experience.
Industry Partnerships Edison State has partnered with local business to offer Associate of Technical Study (ATS) degree opportunities.
TechCred With Edison State as a training partner, employers have access to numerous short-term, technology-focused and industry recognized credentials which qualify for funding by Ohio's TechCred program.