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The Education and Workforce Development Cabinet provides life-long educational and workforce services to all Kentucky citizens, preparing them for next-generation learning, work and citizenship.
The Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship program provides financial aid to eligible Kentuckians who have not yet earned at least an associate’s degree and are earning certifications in our five high-demand career sectors.
Whether you are unemployed or looking for a new career opportunity Focus Career provides both a professional resume builder & a path to job listings.
In March 2017, Kentucky became the 44th state in the nation to allow public charter schools. Find out what’s been done to bring the first charter schools to Kentucky since then.
Unlock your future. Get the job outlook data, education requirements and average salary listings with our new career pathway information sheets.
Cabinet Goals & Objectives
Kentucky Career Center Office Locations
Gov. Bevin expands Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship to include associate’s degrees and high school dual credit courses
Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative expanding technical educational training opportunities
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