Jefferson County Community Resource Guide

This resource guide was developed by community residents and elected officials to provide a central location for important community resources. You can filter the guide by “category” or search for an individual resource using the search box on the left.

The guide was developed by local volunteers and a collaboration between Pathfinders RC&D, Jefferson County Supervisors, Jefferson County Mental Health Office, and the Jefferson County Hunger Dialogue.

Resources Found: 8

America's Small Business Development Center Iowa

America's Small Business Development Center Iowa

Employment & Job Training

Offers free and confidential 1-on-1 consulting for business owners to start, expand or close their business. Call to make an appointment. Serves Jefferson County residents.

Indian Hills Community College

Indian Hills Community College

EducationEmployment & Job Training

Full service community college, GED assessment and advising. Serves Jefferson County residents.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Employment & Job Training

Works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals. Serves Jefferson County residents.

Iowa Workforce Development

Iowa Workforce Development

Employment & Job Training

Provides employment services for individual job seekers through the IowaWORKS partnership. Serves Jefferson County residents.

Maharishi University of Management

Maharishi University of Management

EducationEmployment & Job Training

Accredited University offering undergradute and graduate degrees

Manpower

Manpower

Employment & Job Training

Staffing, recruitment, and workplace solutions,. Serves Jefferson County residents.

Ottumwa Job Corps Center

Ottumwa Job Corps Center

Employment & Job Training

Job training for ages 16 to 24 years. Serves Jefferson County residents.

Proteus

Proteus

Employment & Job Training

Proteus National Farmworker Jobs Program serves migrant and seasonal farmworkers with financial assistance while attending school and job placement. They can help individuals complete up to a two year program (often at community colleges), general education development (GED), Adult Basic Education, and English as a Second Language (ESL) programs. Serves Jefferson County residents.