About OPEN M
The mission of OPEN M, a Christian ministry, is to provide pathways out of poverty for all by feeding the hungry, caring for the sick, and strengthening the community. Our vision is to be a community leader in breaking the cycle of poverty and transforming lives, one person and one family at a time. Our core programs include the Free Medical Clinic, food programs, and CWC, a holistic employment service.
Understanding People, Understanding Poverty (UP) is a new program at OPEN M, in partnership with Summit County Jobs and Family Services. The program consists of two sessions per week, focused on: preparing participants for sustainable employment by focusing on job-readiness and soft skills, assisting participants in understanding poverty and eliminating barriers, and assisting participants in job referrals. Class topics include: building confidence, eliminating barriers, conflict resolution, communication skills, employer expectations, standing out, mental health, and more. The audience will comprise of Able Body Adults Without Dependents (ABAWD). Jobs and Family Services currently has about 1600 clients in this category, and about 30% to 40% of work eligible clients are expected to come through the program.
Community Works Connection Manager
Full-time, 40 hours per week
Compensation and Benefits
OPEN M does not offer health insurance.