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KentuckianaWorks, KentuckianaWorks to administer $300,000 grant

Date Published: 2/23/2011

A $300,000 federal grant will provide training opportunities and career support over the next two years for jobseekers and adults already working in health care and auto manufacturing in Kentucky and Southern Indiana along the Interstate 65 corridor. KentuckianaWorks, Greater Louisville’s Workforce Investment Board, will administer the grant for the Working Partners of Greater Louisville.

The work will support adults already in the workforce and bring together resources to increase skills in high-growth job sectors. Initially, the grant will focus on two job sectors: Health Care and New Auto. The New Auto job sector includes advanced manufacturing in auto and auto supply, as well as automobile repair, employers that are vital to this region.

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