Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board members Andrew Aiello, TANK General Manager and NKWIB Chair; Barbara Stewart, NKWIB Director; and Vera Hall, Senior Vice President/Chief Nurse Executive, stand in front of the Wall of Champions at the Covington Career Center.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare continued its commitment to investing in local workforce development with a $30,000 investment to support the Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board and improvements at the Covington Career Center, 1324 Madison Avenue. “We realize it takes a strong workforce to help keep our community healthy,” says Vera Hall, Senior Vice President and Senior Nursing Executive at St. Elizabeth Healthcare. “This investment demonstrates our commitment to supporting the community’s efforts toward building a strong and healthy workforce for our future.” The Covington Career Center is Northern Kentucky’s largest and most diverse workforce resource, a key revitalization element along the Madison Ave corridor and an accessible resource for local ‘at risk’ populations. “The investment allows the Career Center to continue providing employers and job seekers with innovative workforce development solution while strengthening the local workforce pipeline,” said Andrew C. Aiello, TANK General Manager, and NKWIB Chair.
The Career Center extensive holistic wraparound services forge the foundation with enhanced programs and collaborative partnerships. The Career Center’s partners serve employers and job seekers through the local Kentucky Career Centers. Job Seekers receive career coaching, job openings and leads, job referrals, resume services, job resource center, internet and Wi-Fi access, employment services for military veterans and individuals with special needs, networking and support groups, and career training (eligibility required). While Employers gain talent recruitment assistance, candidate pre-screening/assessment, free usage of interview conference space, coordination of job fairs/hiring events, access to the job-posting FocusTalent website, and dedicated Business Services Representatives.
About the Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board/Kentucky Career Center Network
The high impact Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board (NKWIB) drives the work of the local career centers and workforce investment system to prepare and connect qualified job seekers to the hiring needs of regional employers, resulting in the enhancement of economic development for our region.
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The Wish List contains several items needed for daily life by our elderly and disabled neighbors in the Northern Kentucky region. Assistive devices like canes, walkers, shower chairs, reachers, rollators, wheelchairs, and commodes, as well as necessities such as nutrition shakes and hygiene, medical and cleaning products are on the list.
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NKADD Long Term Care
22 Spiral Drive
Florence, KY 41042