KentuckianaWorks partnered with the Kentucky Center for Statistics (KYSTATS) to examine the long-term impacts of participating in SummerWorks.
SummerWorks youth may not have the work experience of seasoned industry pros, but their enthusiasm and talent makes them strong assets for employers.
This morning, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer stopped by Kentucky Kingdom's Hurricane Bay water park to visit a group of SummerWorks participants.
On Saturday, over 175 job seekers age 16-21 and over 40 local employers attended SummerWorks' 2018 Employment Expo at the Louisville Central Community Center.
On Monday, Mayor Greg Fischer joined other community and business leaders, including JCPS Superintendent Marty Polio, at GE Appliances to announce the formal launch of the SummerWorks 2018 season.