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Mayor's Office, $150,000 National Grant Will Provide More Training for Manufacturing Jobs

Date Published: 2/11/2014

More training will be available for individuals looking to land manufacturing jobs thanks to a $150,000 Social Innovation Fund Grant from the National Fund for Workforce Solutions. The training classes, held at The Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center (KMCC), are free and help prepare men and women for entry-level jobs with local manufacturers.

“As the economy improves, manufacturers are expanding and there’s a growing need for qualified employees,” said Mayor Greg Fischer. “This grant will help more Louisville-area job seekers gain the skills and training that manufacturers need.”

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