Enhance Your Skills
Louisville is home to tens of thousands of jobs, and we’re constantly trying to help our citizens find the best opportunities for them and their future careers.
Skill Development & Job Placement
There are many ways for locals to gain the necessary skills and get connected to positions they’re interested in, including these local resources:
A leader in the area when it comes to placing people in the right fields, they placed over 1,400 people into new roles last year.
An excellent resource for both job seekers and employers located across the river in Southern Indiana, WorkOne connects employers and employees, building connections and finding the perfect fit for both sides.
Where Opportunity Knox
Here to help veterans and military spouses find jobs in the Louisville area. Where Opportunity Knox assist with the transition period and gives veterans and their families the support they deserve.
Not everyone has the skills they need to work in their desired field. To help, these local resources provide specific education to help you get the skills you need to enter growing fields:
As the workplace becomes more advanced, Conexus Indiana prepares people to step into emerging roles and positions, including specialized training in the fields of advanced manufacturing and logistics.
Elizabethtown/Hardin County Industrial Foundation Training Consortium
A great resource for those that want to expand on their skills and move up in their field or switch fields entirely. Elizabethtown/Hardin County Industrial Training teaches you everything you need to know while providing you with the resources to advance in industrial roles.
Continuing your education shouldn’t be difficult, which is why Louisville offers plenty of options for pursuing a degree or taking additional classes to fit any schedule.
JCPS Adult Education
Whether you’re looking to earn your GED, become more proficient in the English language, or expand career skills/explore new interests, Jefferson County Public Schools’ program for Adult and Continued Education is the place for you!
Every 90 days, there are about 100 unfilled junior software development opportunities open in the greater Louisville area, and those numbers are growing fast! Code Louisville offers a series of 12-week software development tracks (total of 24 weeks) to adults who want to pursue a career in the software development industry at no cost to the student!
Accredited Nursing School Online
The demand for nurses is at an all-time high here in Louisville and it’s never been easier to fulfill your dream of earning a nursing degree.
Teaching Degrees in Kentucky
The next generation of educators can explore information on pursuing a teaching career and find which education degree programs are fully accredited at Kentucky colleges.
Online Computer Science Education
Computer science is one of the fastest growing fields, and online options give you the flexibility to remain in Louisville while adding skills to change careers.