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Find out what’s happening for job seekers at Kentucky Career Centers and other locations by clicking on the Events Calendar at the top of this page.

New jobs available at GE & other companies!
Get the free training you need to qualify for manufacturing jobs that start at $15.51/hour plus benefits. To get a seat in the December four-week training course,, you must attend one Orientation Session in Bullitt or Jefferson counties to qualify. The last November Orientation Session is Nov. 30 at the Bullitt County JCTC Campus at 2 pm. Click here to find the Orientation Session in December that suits your schedule.

Click here to learn about the benefits of a career in manufacturing with GE Appliances and how to prepare to build your future today.

Kentucky Health Career Center
The Kentucky Health Careeer Center (KHCC) has developed workshops for those considering a career in healthcare and those already in the field looking to advance. Whether it’s deciding if healthcare is a good fit, learning steps to advancement or figuring out how to get your first job in healthcare, the KHCC can help! Look for (KHCC) on the Events Calendar for more details and workshop dates.

Learn cutting-edge skills to advance your career!
Code Louisville offers free training to prepare people for computer software coding jobs. Click here to find out more about this valuable training resource.

Looking for a job in Louisville or around Kentucky?
Check out this interactive map, by Glassdoor, that shows available jobs. The map is updated throughout the day. 

Unemployment benefits ending soon? Are you eager to get back to work? We can help you take charge of your future with KCCGo! Click here for more information.

Want a job in manufacturing? You might qualify for FREE training that prepares you for a good-paying job with GE and other local manufacturers. You can get a seat in the January 2016 class by attending an Orientation Session in December. You will learn about the Certified Production Technician course that gives graduates a certificate preferred by local manufacturers. Orientation Sessions are Tuesdays and Fridays at 2 p.m. at the Kentucky Manufacturing Center, 160 Rochester Dr. Because of the high demand for CPT graduates, Orientation Sessions also are scheduled in Bullitt and Jefferson counties. The last November Orientation Session is Nov. 30 at the Bullitt County JCTC Campus at 2 pm. Click here to see the December schedule for all Orientation Sessions.

Click here to learn how the career center serves job seekers and manufacturing employers who want to hire workers or provide additional skills for their employees. Click here for more detail.

Fast Forward: An Education and Workforce Summit
The Fast Forward regional summit, presented by KentuckianaWorks and 55,000 Degrees, will explore jobs, education and the future of work. The summit is Monday, Dec. 7, from 9 am to 4:30 pm at the Muhammed Ali Center and will feature TED-inspired sessions from local and national experts, policy makers and business leaders. Click here to register for this free event.

Register now for the Mayor's SummerWorks program!
Young adults, ages 16 to 21, can register now to be part of the 2016 summer jobs program. Click here to register. You will receive a confirmation email that the registration was a success.

The Mayor's SummerWorks program also helps local businesses find quality young employees for summer jobs. Employers: click here for more information on connecting your business with SummerWorks to hire youth or make a donation that places young workers in summer jobs.  

Check out this video of employers and SummerWorks participants sharing their experiences with the program.

KentuckianaWorks Year in Review
Between July 1, 2014, and June 30, 2015, KentuckianaWorks raised more than $4.2 million in new funding for workforce development efforts and helped 5, 344 people get jobs. Click here to read the KentuckiansWorks Year in Review: July 2014 - June 2015.

Connecting Interns to Employers!
The KentuckianaWorks College to Career Internship Program works with businesses, local colleges, universities and Greater Louisville Inc.'s Intern to Earn Program to connect the right interns with employer-paid internships.

Employers: College to Career is a great way to find the right college intern for this fall. Go to c2clouisville.org to learn more. Click here to watch a short video about the program.

REimage recruiting 100 youth and mentors
REimage is recruiting 100 youth in the Russell and Shawnee neighborhoods, ages 18-24, who are facing adult misdemeanor charges. Mentors are needed to help support these young adults get back on track for a successful life. Click here for more information.


Right Turn programs need mentors
Looking for a way to make a difference in a young person's life in Louisville? Click here to learn how one hour of your time each week can help a young man or woman get back on track for success.

State of the Louisville Regional Labor Market
KentuckianaWorks has released its fourth State of the Louisville Regional Labor Market for the Second Quarter 2015 along with Career Pathways charts for the quarter.

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State of the Louisville Regional Labor Market The State of the Louisville Regional Labor Market has Second Quarter 2015 job growth information for 12 counties in Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

Six Career Pathways charts with Second Quarter 2015 information can help students and job seekers plan how to qualify for higher-skilled, higher-paying jobs.

Kentuckiana Occupational Outlook has the region’s in-demand jobs.

Recent educational attainment data is in the 10th Annual KentuckianaWorks Human Capital Scorecard.

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