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WTVQ36-TV, State receives grant to train disabled people for careers

Date Published: 12/7/2015

Kentucky has been awarded a nearly $4.4 million five-year federal grant to train and employ people with disabilities in the Eastern Kentucky and Louisville metropolitan areas in information technology, manufacturing and healthcare fields. Kentucky is one of four states to receive the grant.

“The Project CASE grant helps us to assist individuals with disabilities in training, a career and independence,” said Kentucky Office for the Blind (OFB) Executive Director Allison Flanagan. “It is a commitment to ensuring that everyone in our state has the opportunity to be successful.”

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