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Check out the new Events Calendar tab in the top menu bar. Job seekers can find information about training opportunities, workshops, job fairs and orientations for training by clicking on the tab at the top of this page.

Career Fair on Oct. 27 at Kentucky Career Center,
600 W. Cedar St., in downtown Louisville from 10 am to 2 pm. Click here to learn how to pre-register for the event. Click here to see the list of employers who will attend and have jobs to fill.

The Oldham County Chamber of Commerce is holding a free Career Fair with more than 20 local and regional employers on Thursday, Nov. 6, from 3 pm to 7 pm at CityPlace, Pavilion II, 112 S.First St., in LaGrange. Meet  employers with job opportunities, attend free 30-minute workshops and get a free professional photo for your resume. Click here for more information and a list of the employers who will attend.


If you want a job in manufacturing, you might qualify for a FREE training course at the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center that will prepare you for a good-paying job with a local manufacturer. Orientation Sessions for the Certified Production Technician course are held each Tuesday at 2 pm at the center to explain the requirements for enrolling and the coursework. Classes fill quickly, so start the application process now! Reserve your place now in the fall and winter classes. The career center serves job seekers as well as manufacturing employers who want to hire workers or find additional skills training for their employees. We have manufacturing jobs! We have free training!  Click here to learn more about the center and these courses.

Did you ever want to design and build a website?
Train yourself for a career in computer coding.  Click here to find out more about this FREE resource.
 

                     

Registration is open for the Mayor's SummerWorks Program in Jefferson County and for the Bullitt County SummerWorks program. Click here to register for the opportunity to participate in one of these summer jobs programs. Employers can support the program by directly hiring young adults for summer jobs or making a donation to sponsor a job in 2015. Just click here. Click here to watch a video where employers and former SummerWorks participants talk about their experiences with the program.

Part of the Kentucky Career Center Partnership