Round One and Two Awardees

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ROUND 1

Recipient

Workforce Region

Sector

Counties

Award

Match

Trainees Projected

Caldwell County Schools

West Kentucky

Health Care, Construction Trades

Caldwell (Primary), Lyon, Trigg, Crittenden and Hopkins.

$1.52 Million

$3,025,641

Will train 135 adults and 660 students annually (increase capacity by 125 and 326)

Paducah Public Schools

West Kentucky

Health Care, IT/Business Services, Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics

McCracken

$3.8 Million

$12,200,000

Will train 140 adults and 1300 students annually (increase capacity by 138 and 776)

West KY Partnership

West Kentucky

Advanced Manufacturing,

Health Care,

IT/Business Services,

Construction Trades,

Transportation/Logistics

McCracken (Primary), Graves, Calloway, Hickman, Marshall, Carlisle, Fulton, Ballard

$3.040 Million

$338,000

Will train 455 adults and 2326 students annually (increase capacity by 448 and 269)

Owensboro CTC

Green River

Advanced Manufacturing, Health Care, IT/Business Services

Daviess (Primary), Hancock, Ohio

$2,858,244

$1,805,105

Will train 853 adults and 436 students annually (increase capacity by 171 and 63)

Allen County Career and Technical Center

South Central

Advanced Manufacturing,

Health Care,

IT/Business Services,

Construction Trades,

Transportation/Logistics

Allen

$328,700

$358,172

Will train 330 adults and 1495 students annually (increase capacity by 330 and 223)

Barren County BOE

South Central

Advanced Manufacturing, Construction Trades, IT/Business Services,
Health Care, Transportation/Logistics

Barren (Primary), Metcalfe, Allen

$6.84 Million

$9,200,280

Will train 330 adults and 1495 students annually (increase capacity by 330 and 223)

Bowling Green High School

South Central

Health Care

Warren

$77,520

$252,690

Will train 320 students annually (increase in capacity by 87)

Warren County ATC

South Central

Advanced Manufacturing

Warren

$557,726

$722,000

Will train 500 adults and 600 students annually (increase capacity by 500 and 199)

Southcentral Kentucky CTC

Southcentral

Advanced Manufacturing

Simpson

$179,000

$19,700

Will increase annual participants from 37 to 60

Nelson County ATC

Lincoln Trail

Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics

Nelson

$64,526

$35,873

Will train 95 adults and 160 students annually (increase capacity by 85 and 50)

Jefferson CTC

Kentuckiana Works

Advanced Manufacturing, IT/Business Services, Transportation/Logistics

Jefferson (Primary), Bullitt

$15.2 Million

$5,041,386

Will train 2752 adults and 750 students annually (increase capacity by 427 and 520)

Shelby County Schools

Kentuckiana Works

Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics

Shelby (Primary), Henry

$3,233,049

$10,700,000

Will train 252 adults and 240 students annually (increase capacity by 75 and 166)

Boone County Schools

Northern Kentucky

Advanced Manufacturing, Construction Trades, Health Care, IT/Business Services

Boone, Kenton, Pendleton

$6.84 Million

$16,646,073

Will train 300 adults and 1000 students annually (increase capacity by 300 and 819)

Brighton Center, Inc.

Northern Kentucky

Health Care, IT/Business Services

Campbell

$227,213

$65,000

Will train 140 adults and 25 students annually (increase capacity by 39 and 11

Bluegrass Community and Technical College – Danville

Bluegrass

Advanced Manufacturing, Construction Trades

Fayette (Primary), Boyle, Clark, Jessamine, Mercer, Garrard, Lincoln

$2.736 Million

$2.246 Million

Will train 180 adults and 210 students annually (increase capacity by 124 and 156)

Bluegrass Community and Technical College – Leestown

Bluegrass

Health Care

Fayette (Primary), Boyle, Clark, Franklin, Jessamine, Garrard

$3.04 Million

$5,293,715

Will train 740 adults and 240 students annually (increase capacity by 110 and 204)

Jessamine County Schools

Bluegrass

Advanced Manufacturing

Jessamine

$760,000

$1,588,256

Will train 9 adults and 160 students annually (all new capacity)

Corbin Independent Schools

Cumberlands

Advanced Manufacturing, Health Care

Whitley (Primary), Knox

$382,149

$1,028,481

Will train 200 adults and 620 students annually (increase capacity by 100 and 160)

Green County Board of Education

Cumberlands

Health Care, Advanced Manufacturing, IT/Business Services

Green (Primary), Taylor

$1.52 Million

$600,000

Will train 90 adults and 1060 students annually (increase capacity by 83 and 203)

Somerset Community College

Cumberlands

Advanced Manufacturing, IT/Business Services, Construction Trades

Pulaski, Wayne, Lincoln, Rockcastle

$3.8 Million

$3,093,360

Will train 640 adults and 280 students annually (increase capacity by 240 and 201)

MMRC – Maysville CTC

TENCO

Advanced Manufacturing, IT/Business Services, Construction Trades, Health Care

Rowan (Primary), Mason

$1.14 Million

$280,000

Will train 772 adults and 100 students annually (increase capacity by 200 and 100)

Hazard CTC

EKCEP

Health Care, Advanced Manufacturing, IT/Business Services

Breathitt (Primary), Perry , Lee, Owsley, Wolfe

$2.888 Million

$4,247,720

Will train 90 adults and 90 students annually (increase capacity by 2 and 84)

Lee County ATC

EKCEP

Health Care

Lee (Primary), Owsley

$30,780

$20,100

Will train 24 adults and 189 students annually (increase capacity by 24 and 75)

Martin County ATC

EKCEP

IT/Business Services, Health Care, Construction Trades

Martin

$2.736 Million

$4,000,000

Will train 300 adults and 285 students annually (increase capacity by 300 and 62)

KCEOC Community Action Partnership

EKCEP

IT/Business Services, Health Care, Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics,

Knox

$1.824 Million

$7.45 Million

Will train 2508 adults and 1700 students annually (all new capacity)

ROUND 2

Recipient

Workforce Region

Sector

Counties

Award

Match

Trainees Projected

Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky

Northern Kentucky

Construction Trades

Kenton, Campbell, Boone

$2,690,000

$1,285,320

Will train 1293 students and 661 adults annually, an increase of 829 students and 462 adults from current levels

Kenton County Schools

Northern Kentucky

Advanced Manufacturing, IT/Business Services, Transportation/Logistics

Kenton

$400,000

$80,000

Will train 570 students and 528 adults annually, an increase of 300 students and 157 adults annually

Freestore Foodbank

Northern Kentucky

Transportation/Logistics

Campbell

$267,000

$126,000

Will train 40 students and 60 adults annually, an increase of 20 students and 60 adults from current levels

Gateway Community & Technical College

Northern Kentucky

Advanced Manufacturing

Boone (Primary), Grant, Kenton

$95,000

$10,450

Will train 45 students and 45 adults annually, an increase of 31 students and 21 adults from current levels

Christian County Public Schools

West Kentucky

Advanced Manufacturing,

Health Care,

IT/Business Services,

Construction Trades,

Transportation/Logistics

Christian (Primary), Todd, Trigg

$4,275,000

$5,604,883

Will train 2,159 students and 939 adults annually, an increase of 162 students and 204 adults from current capacity.

Johnson County Schools

EKCEP

Health Care, Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics, Construction Trades

Johnson

$1,710,000

$340,305

Will train 889 students and 608 adults annually, an increase of 161 students and 108 adults from current capacity

Garrard County Schools

Bluegrass

Health Care

Garrard (Primary), Lincoln, Boyle

$1,346,000

$4,424,000

Will train 140 students and 30 adults annually, an increase of 70 students and 30 adults from current levels

Estill County Board of Education

Bluegrass

Advanced Manufacturing,

Health Care,

IT/Business Services,

Construction Trades,

Transportation/Logistics

Estill

$5,700,000

$4,826,600

Will train 756 students and 232 adults annually, an increase of 670 students and 232 adults from current capacity

Russell County Board of Education

Cumberlands

Advanced Manufacturing,

Health Care,

IT/Business Services,

Construction Trades,

Transportation/Logistics

Russell (Primary), Adair, Casey

$5,700,000

$6,356,423

Will train 2,215 student and 620 adults annually, an increase of 1,050 students and 570 adults from current capacity

Taylor County Schools

Cumberlands

Health Care, Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics, IT/Business Services

Taylor (Primary), Green

$2,375,000

$550,532

Will train 577 students and 180 adults annually, an increase of 335 students and 180 adults from current capacity

Adair County Board of Education

Cumberlands

Health Care

Adair (Primary), Casey, Russell

$238,000

$41,381

Will train 340 students and 45 adults annually, an increase of 220 students and 45 adults from current levels

Washington County Schools

Lincoln Trail

Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics

Washington

$763,000

$181,800

Will train 330 students and 60 adults, an increase of 245 students and 52 adults from current levels

Breckinridge County Area Technology Center

Lincoln Trail

Advanced Manufacturing, IT/Business Services

Breckinridge

$3,325,000

$1,818,207

Will train 770 students and 25 adults annually, an increase of 158 students and 25 adults from current capacity

Logan County Schools

South Central

Advanced Manufacturing,

Health Care,

IT/Business Services,

Construction Trades,

Transportation/Logistics

Logan

$932,000

Still clarifying with applicant

Will train 931 students and 232 adults annually, an increase of 291 students and 232 adults from current capacity

Hart County Schools and Caverna Independent Schools

South Central

Health Care, IT/Business Services, Transportation/Logistics

Hart

$3,325,000

$1,525,701

Will train 300 students and 120 adults annually, an increase of 282 students and 120 adults from current annual levels