Work Ready Skills Initiative

via KENTUCKY EDUCATION, WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT CABINET'S FACEBOOK PAGE

Christian County Public Schools is receiving more than $4.2 million in the second round of Work Ready Skills Initiative funding. 

via KENTUCKY EDUCATION, WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT CABINET'S FACEBOOK PAGE

Three educational projects in far western Kentucky are still being considered in the second round of Work Ready Skills Initiative funding.

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West Kentucky Community and Technical College is splitting Work Ready Skills funding with regional partners.

via KENTUCKY EDUCATION, WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT CABINET'S FACEBOOK PAGE

Five educational institutions in west Kentucky have submitted their application for the Work Ready Skills Initiative’s second round of grant funding.

via McCracken County Public Schools Webpage

McCracken County Public Schools is preparing their application for the second round of Work Ready Skills Initiative funding this spring.

Murray-Calloway Chamber of Commerce via Facebook

The Murray-Calloway County Chamber of Commerce recently took a trip with nearly 30 community leaders to Frankfort to discuss state-level issues that could impact the region. On Sounds Good, Matt Markgraf speaks with local chamber president and CEO Aaron Dail about some of the economic development issues that emerged out of the meeting and how to address some of the needs moving forward.

via Kentucky Education, Workforce and Development Cabinet's Facebook Page

Three schools in far western Kentucky are among 25 projects sharing a total of more than $65 million as part of a state effort to improve workforce training. 

via Kentucky Education, Workforce and Development Cabinet's Facebook Page

  The Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet has narrowed down their list of finalists from 39 schools to 24. In western Kentucky, Paducah Public Schools, Caldwell County Schools and West Kentucky Community and Technical College are in the running to receive their requested funding from a pool of $65 million dollars.

via Kentucky Education, Workforce and Development Cabinet's Facebook Page

The Work Ready Skills Initiative is in the final round of determining which Kentucky schools will be able to receive money from a pool of $65 million.

Paducah Tilghman High School via Facebook

  Paducah City Schools could receive $9.8 million to go towards a new technology center. The school system is among finalists requesting the funds from the Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative, a $100 million dollar statewide effort to encourage communities to build a highly-trained workforce.

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