Ohio – The Ohio Manufacturers’ Association (OMA) and its network of industry sector partnerships (ISPs) are
transforming how the Buckeye State attracts and develops manufacturing workers
by fostering collaboration and resource-sharing among manufacturers. There are
currently 18 ISPs statewide, covering 65 counties.
network is set to expand with the addition of the Stark County Manufacturing
Workforce Development Partnership (SCMWDP). This industry-led coalition of
manufacturers and other stakeholders have come together to address the county’s
manufacturing talent shortage in Canton, Massillon, Alliance, Louisville, and
manufacturers and those who work with them on workforce matters are invited to
participate in a no-charge virtual meeting Thursday, March 11 at 8:30 a.m. via
Zoom as the SCMWDP shares its mission, vision, and priorities with the
community. Contact the OMA at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 662-4463 to
the number of counties served by manufacturing sector partnerships is a key
goal in the OMA’s workforce strategies for the post-COVID-19 recovery. All Ohio manufacturers are encouraged to get involved with their local sector partnership to address their workforce challenges. For information on how to become directly involved with the OMA's workforce services, email Sara
The Ohio Manufacturers’ Association is Ohio’s largest statewide business association comprised solely of manufacturers. Established in 1910, the OMA's mission is protect and grow Ohio manufacturing. It represents manufacturers of all sizes in every subsector of the industry. Manufacturing is Ohio’s largest economic sector, employing 700,000 Ohioans and contributing more than $110 billion annually to the state’s economy. Visit ohiomfg.com – or follow us
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