It’s a Great Party for a Great Cause! HomeGrown Geauga 2018

In 2017, GGP’s Youth Workforce Education programs reached more than 1400 students. Middle school and high school students from nearly every Geauga County school participated in one or more training activities geared toward introducing students to career opportunities, soft skills training, resume writing, mock interviews, and real-world interviews for real-world jobs.

Purchase your tickets now for an evening of food, spirits, music and other entertainment featuring home-grown talent for an unforgettable experience. By popular demand, GGP’s 6th Annual Event will be hosted once again at ASM International. This year, even More Food and More Fun!

Funds raised through sponsorships, donations, silent auction, $5000 Cash Raffle, and other activities will benefit GGP’s Youth Workforce Development programs, provided to Geauga teenagers with the goal of “Preparing Tomorrow’s Workforce Today.”

It is an event like no other, in support of Geauga’s future workforce. By popular demand, the event is to be held a second time at the picturesque ASM International.

Registration is now open for:

GGP’s Youth Workforce training programs have reached more than 3,500 students since the program’s inception in 2012. Students in 7th through 12 grades are introduced to career options, learn soft skills required in the workplace, develop resumes, practice interviewing, and are given the opportunity to apply for the GGP High School Summer Internship Program. Students report feeling more confident and prepared, and career paths are empowered through skills learned. Learn more here:

HomeGrown Sponsors reap the benefits in a multitude of ways. From online presence to adding your logo to print materials and event signs. Get all HomeGrown sponsorship details here, and make your commitment TODAY. The sooner the commitment, the sooner the benefits begin to roll in.

GGP would like to thank the following sponsors:

Funds raised through sponsorships benefit GGP’s Youth Workforce Development programs that, since inception, have reached more than 3,500 Geauga County students.
  • Blazin’ Bills
  • Burntwood Tavern
  • Element 41
  • Adams Reserve Cheddar
  • Loretta Paganini School of Cooking
  • Sirna’s Pizzeria
  • Tom’s Foolery
  • University Hospitals Nutrition Services
  • Warren’s Spirited Kitchen
  • Welshfield Inn

Geauga Growth Partnership is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization created in 2010, which works to retain and grow jobs, contribute to business growth and strengthen the local economy. Geauga Growth Partnership’s mission is to enhance the business climate, encourage job creation, to strengthen economic prosperity and to improve the quality of life for all Geauga County residents.  For more information visit Geauga Growth Partnership, call 440-564-1060 or contact

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