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2017 was a landmark year for the Kentucky Career Center, Northern Kentucky’s largest career preparation and workforce development network. Although many have known the career center primarily as a resource for job seekers, this past year, a record number of business services were provided to local employers.Continue reading »
You would never know the obstacles Sophia Depenbrock has had to overcome if you met her today.Continue reading »
Feb 2nd, 2017 · NKyTribune staff
Boone County Schools has been awarded $6.8 million from the Work Ready Schools Advisory Committee from funds focused on elevating the Commonwealth’s workforce training capacity.
Brighton Center was also awarded $227,213.Continue reading »
Washington, DC—A new report by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) profiles eight programs around the country that are using innovative approaches to address key unmet needs among job training participants across population groups—from single mothers in Wyoming to refugees in Boston—that could provide useful models for providing services cost effectively.Continue reading »
16 of Brighton Center's Retired and Senior Volunteer Propgram (RSVP) volunteers spent several hours last week packing hygiene items and clothing bags for distribution at the Disabled American Veterans’ national headquarters in Cold Spring for the Oct. 14 Stand Down event. Three of our RSVP volunteers also cut hair for several hours during the Stand Down.Continue reading »