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KCC Ashland presented One Stop Certification

Last week, the Kentucky Workforce Investment Board (KWIB) presented the Kentucky Career Center – Ashland with the Kentucky Career Center One Stop Certification. The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) guidelines require re-certification every three years to maintain infrastructure funding. Our Local Workforce Development Board established a 4-member review team and followed the KWIB review process to assess the Ashland Career Center. The team [...]

May 22nd, 2024|

Career Spotlight: Angela Hardymon

Angela Hardymon Profession: LPN Graduate of Maysville Comm. & Tech. College, May 2021 Current Employer: St. Claire HealthCare What inspired you to choose your career path? I watched how compassionate and caring the nurses were while taking care of my dad in his last few days fighting cancer. I automatically knew that’s what I wanted to do and that I had what it [...]

May 6th, 2024|

National Teacher Appreciation Week 2024

“Teachers are Shining Stars!” The TENCO Workforce Development Area appreciates what teachers do for us each day. Teachers not only educate us, but they shape who we are and help develop our character. They are an example to students and help develop their work ethic. Teachers are recognized by the TENCO Workforce Board as a profession where there is a need for trained and [...]

May 6th, 2024|

Business Spotlight: Ramey-Estep/Re-group

Ramey-Estep Homes, Inc. emerged from the compassion and dedication of two remarkable individuals, Gertrude Ramey and Hack Estep. Initially separate entities, their facilities, Hack Estep Home for Boys and The Ramey Home, provided shelter and care for children in need. In 1992, they merged to form Ramey-Estep Homes, consolidating resources to better serve their shared mission of child welfare. Over the years, [...]

May 6th, 2024|

Business Spotlight: CTI Foods

Guiding Behaviors for our Team: Trust and Respect Positive Relationships Lead by Example Help Each Other Succeed Hold ourselves and each other accountable Clear and Open Communication Collaboration Involvement of Everyone Continuous Improvement Efforts Operational Guiding Principles: Safety, FSQ, Ergonomics First in all Processes Immediately resolve Safety, Quality, and Operational Issues. 5S - Organize Workspaces for a Safe Environment. On Time Delivery [...]

May 6th, 2024|

Lineman Appreciation Day

George Gripshover is a Lineman at KU We asked George a few questions about his journey as a lineman and this is what he told us: What inspired you to choose this career path? “My fascination with electricity began in the 9th grade when I entered vocational school. While I initially embarked on my career as an electrician wiring houses, I realized that I [...]

April 18th, 2024|

Business Spotlight: Superior Huntingdon

Superior Huntingdon Composites is uniquely positioned to provide the global composites market with the most comprehensive offering of glass reinforced continuous filament mat and surfacing veil material solutions available to customers today. The product offerings are used in the construction, automotive, transportation, power and energy, corrosion, wind energy, marine and other industries. Flexible Manufacturing – Our equipment and remelt processes allow the [...]

April 9th, 2024|

Business Spotlight: Pathways

In 1966, a group of concerned citizens formed the Nineteenth Regional Mental Health / Mental Retardation Board in response to President Kennedy’s initiative to drastically alter the delivery of behavioral health services. As a result, federal funds were issued to establish the Appalachian Comprehensive Care Center to provide behavioral health services in Boyd, Carter, Greenup, and Lawrence counties. Elliott County was added [...]

April 9th, 2024|
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