Finish Your Education
The most important key to getting the job and future you want is to finish your education and training.
Whether your goal is to finish a college degree, enroll in training, improve your skills or earn a GED, we can offer assistance. Check out the resources below for information on finishing your education or training regardless of where you left off.
KentuckianaWorks College Access Center (KCAC)
Yes! College is possible! At KCAC, we’ll show you how to plan and pay for college. KCAC is open to the community. Our services are free! College counselors offer one-on-one guidance to help make getting into college as simple as possible. We'll help you research schools, fill out your financial aid forms and discuss your career aspirations so you will be well on your way to reaching your goals. Click here to read the latest issue of the "Connector Newsletter" to learn more about KentuckianaWorks College Access Center programs and services. Check us out and find locations by clicking here.
Other educational resources are available to help you finish your education:
Intern to Earn!
A regional internship program with resources for students and employers.
55,000 Degrees is a Louisville effort to increase the number of college graduates by 55,000 by 2020. Find resources for furthering your education and for helping Louisville reach its goal.
Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority
Information about preparing yourself for higher education, planning for your higher education, completing (and surviving) your higher education, and transitioning into life after higher education.
Know How to Go
Four steps to college for youth and adults.
Go to College Kentucky
Information on careers, financing college, learning online and assisting military families.
CREW Career Center
Local Louisville partnership provides college-going tips. CREW Career Center services are free and available to students and alumni of Metropolitan College and Jefferson Community and Technical College.
Free online assistance, study aids to earn your GED.
Kentucky Youth Career Centers
Educational and job services for out-of-school youth, ages 16-24.
Kentucky Adult Education
Free, local help with reading, writing and math skills.
Colleges, Universities and Technical Schools in the Greater Louisville Area
Approved Training Providers
State WIA Training Providers
KentuckianaWorks funds training for occupations that are projected to be in high demand. Demand for particular occupations changes depending on economic conditions. Because of this, not every program that is listed will be funded. To learn more about training opportunities and providers, visit a Kentucky Career Center.