The Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board received a $15,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to further improve services, partnerships and accessibility at the Kentucky Career Center-Covington. Since relocating the Career Center to 1324 Madison Avenue in 2015, employers contacts have increased 21%, there has been a 65% increase in employer job orders, new available positions have increased by 60%, services by Career Center partner have rose by 41% and a 91% increase for job seekers assessments and testing. Other Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board partners who received during the K-Career Grant Cycle included Brighton Center, Gateway Community and Technical College, Life Learning Center and Northern Kentucky Education Council.
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