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Kentuckiana Works Summer Works 2013
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Are you interested in a summer job?  The Mayor's SummerWorks Program has hundreds of jobs available for youth who are between the ages of 16 and 21.  To register click here.

  KentuckianWorks Youth Career Center

 
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"Before this program, I was going nowhere really fast. It's made a huge difference."

Ken Willen found help at the KentuckianaWorks Youth Career Center for earning his associate degree.





"I'm doing everything I wanted to do and never had the opportunity."

Angelique Draper CNA, who trained to be a certified nurse aide with help from the KentuckianaWorks Youth Career Center.


Wherever you are on your career path, the KentuckianaWorks Youth Career Center can help you get your GED, find a new job or train for a high-demand career.  Federal assistance may be available for job training or college.  If eligible, we can provide up to $4,000 for tuition and $600 for books.

We helped Angelique and Ken, and we can help you too!

Call today!  (502) 574-4115.  Ask about KentuckianaWorks Scholarships!


KentuckianaWorks Youth Career Center, formerly known as the YOU Center
510 West Broadway, Suite 701, Louisville, Kentucky

PROVIDING EDUCATION, CAREER OPPORTUNITIES & JOB-SEARCH
ASSISTANCE FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY YOUTH  (AGES 16-21)
 


YOUth Career Center April 2013 Newsletter.
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Funding is provided by Louisville Metro Government; Annie E. Casey Foundation; the Louisville Metro Housing Authority; and
the U.S. Department of Labor, through the Ky. Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. The Center is administered by KentuckianaWorks,
Greater Louisville’s Workforce Investment Board, and operated by the Jefferson County Public Schools Adult and Continuing Education program.

 

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