Clinton County - OhioMeansJobs

1025 S South St, Ste 500
Wilmington, OH 45177
Phone: 937-382-7762
Fax:  937-383-2657
Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Nicole Rodman, Director

About OhioMeansJobs Clinton County

OhioMeansJobs Clinton County Employment & Training Center offers a variety of services to the Clinton County, Ohio community.  We assist employers in finding and retaining employees and provide job seekers with resources for job openings, applications, resumes, computer access, career research, financial literacy and skills upgrades.  We also provide assistance to underemployed workers in finding employment for self-sufficiency.

All services provided are of no cost to the customer.  This includes both employers and those looking for employment.

Clinton County Workforce Collaborative

The Clinton County Workforce Collaborative  tackles the critical and multi-faceted issues surrounding workforce development, retention, and recruitment in Clinton County and our surrounding region. The Roundtable is comprised of business, education, non-profit, government, and economic/community development partners, and is open to anyone from these sectors who would like to become more involved in collaborative solutions to current workforce challenges. For more information please click on the link below. 


Assistance can be provided for On-The-Job Training and Incumbent Worker Training to keep your workforce relevant in today's economy.

Job Seekers

Visit this page to file for unemployment benefits, look for employment at job search websites and research various careers to help find one that is right for you. Read more


We are proud to offer priority of services to U.S. Military veterans and eligible spouses. Thank you for your service!

Visit our links page to access several important resources for veterans.

OhioMeansJobs Services

It is the goal of the partners at OhioMeansJobs to assist individuals in becoming gainfully employed. Services available at the 1-Stop may be self-accessed or staff-assisted once program eligibility is established. Read more


Helpful local, state and national information. Read more

Individuals eligible for, receiving services from or benefiting from programs funded by or through the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) are protected by various laws, regulations, rules, and policies against unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, disability, political affiliation (food stamps only), age, sex, citizenship/ participant status (WIOA Programs only) and national origin. If you believe that you have been denied or delayed services for which you are eligible because of your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, political affiliation (food stamps only), disability or age, you must file your complaint within six months of the date on which the incident or treatment happened. You may call the Bureau of Civil Rights to submit your complaint, or you may submit your complaint in writing. If the complaint is submitted by telephone you can call (614) 644-2703 or Toll Free 1-866-227-6353.

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OhioMeansJobs: Clinton County’s Employment and Training Center
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1025 S. South Street

Monday - Friday
7:30am - 4:30pm