KentuckianaWorks can help you find that great career you really want or help you find the education and training to prepare yourself for a rewarding career. Click here for Kentucky Career Center Services and other help.
Kentucky Career Center Services in the KentuckianaWorks region offer FREE assistance at any point on your career path – whether you’re just getting started, want to change careers, need training or have been laid off. If you’re 18 or older, we can help you achieve your career goals. Our services include:
Search for a job or apply for unemployment online
Visit the state Kentucky Career Center website by clicking here. Watch a helpful video about how to apply for unemployment benefits.
Check out Focus|Career!
Whether you are unemployed or looking for a new career opportunity Focus|Career™ provides both a professional resume builder and a path to job registration.
- Build a professional resume easily, using the interview wizard.
- Find job leads that match your skills and transferable abilities.
- Schedule job alerts daily or weekly to your inbox.
- Explore career options and paths to reach your education and employment goals.
For many other online resources, click here to go to the "Online Career and Skills Center" located in the "Job Seekers" pull-down menu above.
KentuckianaWorks, the Workforce Development Board for the Louisville region, serves people in seven counties – Jefferson, Bullitt, Henry, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble.
"When I lost my factory job, I needed further skills to get another job. Without their help, I still wouldn't have more skills and would still be searching for a job. With their assistance, now I have skills and am employable."
Roderick Daily, who completed welding training
"I saw this program as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to better myself. To me, my family and my future, this is a daylight and dark difference. It will give me financial stability. I've been out of school for a long time, so this has been an adventure as well as a challenge, but I'm thrilled to no end that I did it."
Phyllis Snider-Cummings, who has completed training to become a registered nurse