To lead the development and implementation of a highly effective workforce development system in the ten counties of South Central Kentucky in collaboration with business, economic development, education and community organizations in the labor market area.
Workforce Development is foundational to a healthy economy. The South Central Workforce Development Board is committed to making sure job seekers have career opportunities and that employers have the talent they need. Commitment to this goal is one the reasons South Central Kentucky is a great place to live, work, and raise a family.
We oversee workforce development for the 10-county region of south central Kentucky. This region includes the counties of: Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Hart, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson and Warren.
The South Central Workforce Development Board is positioning itself to be a key partner in economic development in the thriving South Central Kentucky region by producing a supply of educated and skilled workers aligned with the needs of current employers and aligned to the region’s economic development goals for attracting new employers. This would not be possible without our partners.
The South Central Workforce Development Board oversees operation of the Kentucky Career Centers in Bowling Green, Glasgow as well as the 20+ Local Affiliate Sites throughout our 10-county region. For more information, please click HERE.
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