The students at Windham Junior and Senior High had a unique experience on Thursday, May 12th- all thanks to Ohio Means Jobs (OMJ) of Portage County. For the past 7 weeks, OMJ has worked with the Windham students on various skills including: interviewing, resume writing, career searches, and communication skills- to better prepare them for their future careers. As a final part of their educational program, OMJ organized a career fair which included over 20 employers and universities who all volunteered their time to talk with the students about careers and future employment opportunities. Students were able to ask questions and interact with professionals for about two hours. Educational organizations such as Akron University, Hiram, Kent State, Maplewood Career Center, ITT Technical Institute, and Fortis College (Ravenna), Cuyahoga Community College were in attendance. Employers, ranging from military to human services, included: ABC Plumbing, AHEC, Cortland Banks, Davey Tree, FCS, Goodwill, Hattie Larlham, Johnson Mathey, Kline Honey Bee Farm, Ohio Army National Guard, Ohio DJFS, Parta, Passages, PMHA, Portage County Treasurer's Office, Mayor Debbie Blewitt, State Farm Insurance, TDDS Truck Driving School, and Windham Police..