A Message from JVS Career Services

Our thoughts and our prayers go out to the many people in our community and around the world who have been or may be directly impacted by COVID-19. We wish them a refuah shlemah, a full and speedy recovery.

The health, wellness, and safety of our clients, staff and community members are our highest priority. With recent recommendations from our Governor, Mike DeWine and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we have been advised to limit social interactions.

The staff at JVS Career Services are committed to assisting and providing services to our clients and local organizations. Our offices are currently closed for in-person meetings, however, we are meeting with clients remotely via phone conference or video chat platforms. Our staff members can be reached at their same email addresses and phone numbers. If you need additional assistance, please call our main office at (513) 936-9675 or email us at careerservices@jvscareers.org

Please note: We have also postponed our 80th Anniversary event that was scheduled for April 22, 2020.

May the peoples of the world find healing, may our community and families find strength in each other.


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