I also agree with any job that can get you into a hospital! And I also agree that having your STNA will help you "relearn" those fundamental skills.
I didn't get my STNA prior to starting nursing school. I found a job as a PCNA (patient care nursing assistant) that didn't require an STNA, they just required you to be enrolled in an accredited nursing program. I then found a job as a NT (nurse tech) which had all of the same roles as a PCNA but I was able to draw blood, start IVs, do dressing changes, obtain cultures (including blood & wound), insert foley catheters and do trach suctioning and care (my home unit had a lot of trachs). Again, that position required me to be in a nursing program for at least a year. The experience from both (but especially the NT position) were invaluable. I'm a bit of a "wallflower" and those jobs not only helped me become more comfortable in the hospital setting, but it also broke me out of my shell and gave me the opportunity to practice those skills. I think I only did a couple of IV starts and maybe inserted one foley throughout my entire nursing school career, so working as an NT provided more opportunities in those areas
Best of luck to you (and I'm from Ohio, too! But I don't live there anymore