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Ready To Work

What is "Ready to Work?"

It is a partnership between KCTCS and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.  Ready to Work is designed to help low income parents enrolled at KCTCS.

Ready to Work can help with:

  • Counseling (academic and career)
  • Advocacy
  • Mentoring
  • Job references & referrals
  • Job readiness training
  • Life skills training
  • opportunities to meet KTAP participation requirements
  • and a possible placement in a work-study position

What is "Work & Learn?"

Work & Learn offers all of the benefits of Ready to Work to individuals who are enrolled in an adult education program working towards a GED. 

For more information please contact a Ready to Work/ Work & Learn Coordinator on your campus.

Paula McHale- Rowan/Montgomery
Brie Bickley- Maysville