Project SEARCH is a vocational training program for young adults. Participants gain the needed work skills to be competitive and marketable so that they may become permanently employed in the community. As a whole, the Project SEARCH program achieves a 70% hire rate for the participants.


Benefits & Eligibility

Participants in Project SEARCH become more confident and independent throughout the internship experience. They learn how to work and communicate with peers and supervisory personnel. Siffrin staff at Project SEARCH offer the support needed to learn and grow.


Eligibility requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older

  • High school diploma or G.E.D.

  • Strong desire to work and learn new work skills

  • Reliable & punctual

  • Ability to communicate

  • Willingness and ability to access independent transportation options

  • Drug screen and background check approval

  • Medicaid waiver, RSC funding or self-pay options

Community Partnerships

Siffrin initiated the Project SEARCH program in Stark County in January 2009 at Aultman Hospital. Aultman executive and personnel have been instrumental in the success of Project SEARCH.


Departments throughout Aultman Health Foundation welcome the Project SEARCH interns into their work site and help them to learn and train on the job.


Since 2009, additional local businesses have become supporters of Project SEARCH and now serve as "internship sites" for the program.




Stark Office

3688 Dressler Rd. NW

Canton, Ohio 44718

T: 330.478.0263

F: 330.478.0140

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