If you are in need of a job, we have some good news for you tonight!
A new federal summer employment program called Work Now Kentucky helps people between the ages of 16 to 24 find work.
The program gives low-income Kentuckians and Kentucky youth the chance to upgrade their skills and gain work experience.
"Better paying job in areas which they probably wouldn't have the chance otherwise to get into that position and its showing they can work, hopefully lock them into jobs after this training program is over," said Jill Lewis, BRADD Employment Training Specialist.
To learn more about this program or to register your company for the program, head to http://worknow.ky.gov.
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