Continuing Personal Growth and Education In a matter of weeks, COVID-19 has turned from a distant news topic to a national emergency, affecting the daily lives of millions of Americans. As our government is urging us to stay home and practice social distancing, many of us are quickly developing cabin fever. While it’s tempting to […]
In light of the concern for public health and well-being, the Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail locations in Elizabethtown, Bardstown, Lebanon and Leitchfield will no longer provide in-person services effective March 18th, 2020. Instead please call us to talk to a KCC staff member during regular business hours. Elizabethtown: 270-766-5115 Bardstown: 270-735-6189 Lebanon: 270-692-6870 […]
The Central Kentucky Community Action locations are closed to in-person services until further notice. Here is a list of services in your region! Visit www.ckcac.org for more information. Effective: March 16 CKCAC Update COVID-19
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Thanks to everyone who attended the Workforce Summit earlier this week to help increase labor participation in the Lincoln Trail region. Check out the video recap!
Check out this video presentation to get the tips you need before filling out an employment application. For additional assistance, call the Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail for an appointment with a career coach.
Need to write a resume? This video presentation provides a comprehensive look how to write a resume that gets attention. For additional assistance, call the Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail for an appointment with a career coach.
Preparation is key when you’re interviewing for a job. Check out this video presentation to learn more about the interviewing process and how you can stand out! For additional assistance, call the Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail for an appointment with a career coach.
Megan Stith, United Way of Central Kentucky President/CEO, encourages the community to collaborate and come together to address the workforce shortage.
Hear Dr. Juston Pate, Elizabethtown Community & Technical College President/CEO, talk about the workforce shortage in this region.