Job Skills & Workforce
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Connecting business and civic communities in the Northern Kentucky region.
Specializing in connecting employers with qualified workforce talent and job seekers with career opportunities.
Committed to providing academic and essential skills instruction to help ensure all Kentucky adults get the education they need.
The Kenton County Public Library offers an array of services and resources for job seekers at all levels of work. Whether it’s entry-level, a second career or you’re in a transition, the library’s goal is to help you find the job that is right for you.
Implementing quality services through specific areas of aging, community development, human services, and workforce development.
Candidate recruitment, employee retention, funding and incentives.
Helps develop resources and infrastructure to support economic development and will work with you to start or expand business operations.
Provides quality user-friendly access to integrated employment, training and support services that assist individuals, and employers in making informed successful choices.
Full text titles on vocational and technical topics including IT, health care, building trades, auto mechanics, retail and more.
Job searching, resumes, workplace professionalism, professional dress, interview tips, customer service training (RISE) - NRF
Labor market data website designed to serve employers, job seekers, students, counselors, educators and training providers.
County & Regional Resources
Creates opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment, and leadership.
Help for families, wellness, medical, and official records.
Works with the community to reduce and prevent substance use and violence among youth, their families, and those in future generations.
Strives to end the cycle of child abuse by promoting individual well-being and healthy family relationships.
Through the Kentucky Cooperative Extension, 4-H believes in providing positive youth development experiences in four main categories: belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity.
Information and contacts for county bidding, emergency notification, zoning maps, Fiscal Court minutes, crime reporting, road construction, and more.
The primary goal of each GCS-FRC is to remove non-academic barriers to learning as a means to enhance student academic success.
Assists seniors and their loved ones have the help and resources they need to remain independent and safe in their own homes.
Promotes self-sufficiency and support individuals and families striving to become economically secure while investing in the future of their local communities.
Services communities through disease prevention and wellness promotion.
Providing quality mental health, substance use, and developmental disabilities services since 1966.
Targeted Assessment Program
Assessing clients in the areas of substance abuse, mental health, IPV/DV, learning problems, and basic needs to identify barriers to self-sufficiency and make recommendations to decrease barriers.