Eligibility for CityLink Services
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A quick note: We know that we just met and these are rather personal questions. Sorry to jump right into it.
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Center for Employment Opportunities is designed specifically for individuals who have recently been released from incarceration. While you have been out for over 12 months, you may still be eligible to enroll!
To assess whether you qualify, please call us at 513-357-2000.
CityLink clients must be 18 years or older. We hope you will consider CityLink services once you turn 18! If you are about to turn 18, please give us a call to see if you can still proceed: 513-357-2000.
We're so sorry you’re going through this.
Not having stable housing is extremely difficult and can affect so many parts of your life. CityLink training programs will require a lot of your time, energy, and focus, so we don’t want to put anything else on your plate before you’ve found a reliable place to sleep.
For assistance finding shelter, please call the Central Access Point: Help for Homeless 513-381-7233 or go to Strategies to End Homelessness.
It may feel daunting to overcome where you are right now, but you can do this! We’ve met and worked with hundreds of individuals who have been homeless at one point and with perseverance, hard work, and faith they have gone onto successful careers, home ownership, and more. We are rooting for you!
Once you have found stable housing, we hope you will consider CityLink services again!
"There is surely a future hope for you, and your hope will not be cut off." Proverbs 23:18
CityLink is specifically designed to serve individuals who are at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level. It looks like you may be making above that. If you think this is incorrect, or if you have any questions, please give us a call at 513-357-2000
Certain convictions will make finding employment very difficult in the technology industry. Should you go through a Per Scholas course, we want to make sure you're set up to succeed when you're done. To help assess whether your criminal record will be too great of barrier in IT, please call Per Scholas Manager of Admission, Victoria Grooms, at 513-357-2000 x 3023.
Unfortunately, certain convictions make finding employment difficult in the medical field; therefore, individuals with a criminal record are not eligible for the Phlebotomy or Medical Assistant Training programs.
Unfortunately, due to our proximity to a childcare facility, we are unable to proceed in the enrollment process. Thank you for your understanding.
Please give us a call if you have any questions: 513-357-2000
Either a high school diploma or high school equivalency (GED) is required for this program.
If you’re interested in getting your high school equivalency (GED), please call our partner, Aspire
, at 513-363-6100
Thank you for your understanding. Please give us a call if you have any questions.
The goal of CityLink training and employment programs is to help you land full-time employment. If you accept a full-time position, your SSDI will be at risk.
As a result, in order to proceed with CityLink, you must not be receiving SSDI.
If you are interested in investigating this further, Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati can assist you in the process.
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