Some people want to stay with an organization for the long term but need to move up through the organization to do so. Others may be awarded a new position where they need additional skills to manage themselves or others. Still others may have great professional and technical skills, but need help with interpersonal issues. The good news is we have organizations in the county that can help!

Soft Skills
We often talk about “soft skills” but what, specifically does that mean?

Customized Training – Custom designed sessions to support your company’s needs and goals. Programs are delivered on-site through interactive one-hour presentations. Topics can include: Importance of Good Work Habits, Building Effective Communication, Understanding and Assessing Company Culture, Email Etiquette. Call 330-725-8461 and ask for Sandy Frommeyer or Adult Education.

 Management Training
Have an employee who is new to supervising others?

Contact MCEDC

Kathy Breitenbucher: or 330-722-9215

Training Provider Contact

Akron Career Services:               330-972-7747 or

Tri-C Computer Training:           216-987-4770 or

LCCC Contact:                               440-365-5222 or

Stark State Community College: 800-797-8275 or 330-966-5459


Kent State Career Development:   330-672-2360 or

Medina County Library Contact:  330-725-0588

Ashland University Employer Relations: 419-289-5064 or

Medina County Career Center: 330-725-8461 or

Case Western Reserve Career Center: 216-368-4446, 800-277-4289 or

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