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The Tenth Annual KentuckianaWorks Human Capital Scorecard & Postsecondary Degree Report provides recent data on educational attainment.

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If you want a job in manufacturing, you might qualify for FREE training courses 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 are being held July 22 and July 29 at 2 p.m. to explain the requirements for enrolling and the coursework. Classes fill quickly, so start the application process now! Reserve your place in the August, September or October class. The career center serves job seekers as well as manufacturing employers who want to hire workers or find additional skills training for their employees. Click here to learn more about the center and these courses.

Want the training to be a Web and Mobile App developer?
Ivy Tech is offering an accelerated technical certificate in Web and Mobile App Development beginning Aug. 25. You can complete the course in four eight-week sections - going to school 25 hours each week. - and be ready for a job or continue on toward a higher college degree. Click here to find out more.

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.

The KentuckianaWorks Human Capital Scorecard shows the Louisville-Southern Indiana region is the only metro area compared to 15 peer cities that has moved up in the rankings of per capita degree attainment in every category of academic achievement since 2000. Click here to learn more and get the link to the online version of the 2014 report.

 

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.

 

 

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