JA is looking for a few good men & women to provide JA educational programming to Krout elementary students (grades 2 & 3) on Friday, May 5 from 8am to 11am.
The delivery model will be JA in a Day, where the entire JA program (5 lessons) is covered between 8am and 11am. As with all JA programming, each module provides practical information about financial literacy, entrepreneurship and career development and its impact on students’ lives. As compared to other similar programs, JA is both modular and sequential. Each student can receive programming every year from K-12. A 1 hour training session, including JA curriculum will be provided to volunteers on Thursday, April 6 from 8am – 9am at Mercy Health Tiffin Hospital. Attached is a brief scope and sequence of all programs. ‘Our Community’ is recommended for Grade 2 while ‘Our City’ is recommended for grade 3. The curriculum can be presented either individually, the buddy system or an entire grade can be adopted by an organization. In any case, the regular classroom instructor will be present at all times.
For more information, look over the recruitment material here.
The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry renewed their warning about an email scam that uses a corporate officer’s name to request employee Forms W-2 from company payroll or human resources departments.
This week, the IRS already has received new notifications that the email scam is making its way across the nation for a second time. The IRS urges company payroll officials to double check any executive-level or unusual requests for lists of Forms W-2 or Social Security number.
The W-2 scam first appeared last year. Cybercriminals tricked payroll and human resource officials into disclosing employee names, SSNs and income information. The thieves then attempted to file fraudulent tax returns for tax refunds.
Clouse Construction has been awarded top-tier honors by Associated Builders and Contractors at the annual Excellence in Construction awards ceremony.
Clouse was presented with two awards of excellence at the event that recognizes the top construction projects in Ohio.
Those projects receiving Merit Awards in Construction were the Good Shepherd Home in Fostoria and Rowmark in Findlay.
Clouse Construction’s current projects include: Carey Local School’s bus garage and fieldhouse, Alpha Warehousing, and Continental Structural Plastics in Carey; Good Shepherd Home, Mennel Milling’s new process tower and a Roppe Corp. lab in Fostoria; Beat Dance Studio in Bowling Green; Creative Plastics and Mohawk Animal Hospital in Sycamore; Diamond Door and Kalmbach Feeds warehouse in Upper Sandusky; Luckey Farmers fertilizer building in Graytown; Engle-Shook Funeral Home and Crematory, NOM’s Medical Office, St. Francis Home and Vanguard-Sentinel Safety Building in Tiffin; Molten Industries and University of Findlay’s new student union in Findlay; and Seneca Medical’s new facility in West Virginia.
Denise Martin, Marketing Officer, announced that The Old Fort Banking Company, the subsidiary of Gillmor Financial Services, Inc., has moved into its new corporate headquarters at 33 East Market Street in Tiffin. The move consolidates and relocates the bank’s accounting department, executive offices, human resource functions, marketing department and retail administration offices to the newly renovated downtown location. The 8,550 square foot, three-level building will be solely occupied by Old Fort.
Currently, approximately twenty Old Fort associates now work at the Tiffin headquarters location.