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Spring classes at the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center are being offered to fit your schedule -- day and evening. The next class starts April 21. Act now, classes fill quickly!

If you want a job in manufacturing, you might qualify for free four-week training courses at the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center that will prepare you for a good-paying job with a local manufacturer. Classes fill quickly, so start the process now. The career center serves job seekers and manufacturing employers who want to hire workers or find additional skills training for their employees. Click here to learn more about the center and courses.

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KentuckianaWorks has issued an RFP.
KentuckianaWorks is actively seeking proposals for the management of the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center in Louisville.

The contract for the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center is for up to one year in the amount of up to $225,000 with up to four renewable terms. Final responses to the RFP are due April 25 by 3 p.m. EDT.

If you have questions or trouble accessing this RFP #3204, please contact Cindy Read by email at cindy.read@kentuckianaworks.org or by phone at (502) 574-2543.

Click here to access a copy of the RFP and register to download RFP #3204 for the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center. For step-by-step instructions on registering as a “free entity” and avoiding any download charges for accessing the RFP, click here

  Registration for the Mayor's SummerWorks Program is closed for 2014.
Thanks to all the young adults who have made a commitment to participate this year!

The Mayor's SummerWorks Program helps Louisville-area youth find employment for the summer. This year, Mayor Greg Fischer's challenge is to find jobs for 2,000 young adults.

Click here to learn how employers can support this program by directly hiring young adults for summer jobs or how a donation can sponsor a job in 2014. Watch a video where youth, donors and employers talk about the value of the program by clicking here.

The KentuckianaWorks Human Capital Scorecard shows Louisville is making modest progress in educational attainment. Click here to learn more and to access the 2013 report.

 

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