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KET's Louisville Life, Michael Gritton talks about KentuckianaWorks' participation in the National American Graduate Initiative

Learn about getting training, completing your education, searching for a job and the Right Turn and Right Turn 2.0 programs for youth

Date Published: 10/5/2014

Louisville Life host Candyce Clifft talks with KentuckianaWorks Executive Director Michael Gritton about the agency's programs to help unemployed and underemployed adults find jobs and get training to increase skills or complete their education, as well as programs for youth, such as Right Turn and Right Turn 2.0, who are or have been involved in the juvenile justice system. (Gritton's segment starts at 14:17.)

Also included in the program are segments on Chef Edward Lee, Copper & Kings Distillery, sculptor Enid Yandell and Louisville Stoneware's factory.

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