LogisticsART for Businesses
Central Ohio businesses, in partnership with Columbus State Community College, developed the LogisticsART training program to attract, train and retain qualified individuals in the field of Logistics. Fully funded by a $4.6 million dollar Department of Labor grant, the program provides training tailored to meet the workforce needs of businesses at entry to mid-level positions within Warehouse, Distribution, and related Logistics positions.
We have had a great deal of success with this program, including graduating 1,463 participants and placing 79% of those graduates in jobs. Additionally, we have 247 graduates from our LogisticsART Roadmaster CDL Program, with a 97% employment placement rate.
This success would not have been possible without our partners so we would like to thank the following companies for their support, which includes hiring LogisticsART graduates, participating in mock interviews or job fairs, and piloting our 21st Century Skills training program:
Though the grant funding has ended, you can still partner with us to ensure the success of this initiative continues by hiring graduates of the program. You will receive immediate access to a pool of candidates whose skills are tailored to your industry. View resumes of LogisticsART graduates hosted on Alden Law's website by scrolling down to the bottom of the portal.
If you would like on-site or customized training for your business, please contact Andrew Oocumma, at: email@example.com or (614) 287-2720.
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