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Mayor's Office, KentuckianaWorks has $485,000 for healthcare and IT training
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Date Published: 2/4/2013
There has never been a better time for unemployed or underemployed residents in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties to start training for a career in healthcare or information technology. KentuckianaWorks, Greater Louisville’s Workforce Investment Board, is making $485,000 available in KentuckianaWorks Scholarships to fund education and training in these two high-demand career fields. The scholarships are available until June 30.
The KentuckianaWorks Scholarships are free assistance that will provide up to $4,000 for tuition and $600 for books and other supportive services per year, up to two years. Funds can be used to complete a college degree in a healthcare field or information technology (IT), get an associate degree or enroll in training.
Click here to read the complete news story and find out how you may qualify for a KentuckianaWorks Scholarship: Mayor's Office, KentuckianaWorks has $485,000 for healthcare and IT training