Project CASE Videos:
****The contents of these videos were developed under a grant from the Department of Education. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal government.***
The Project CASE grant helped to provide the resources needed to build an accessible, high quality training program in Culinary Arts, customized for blind and visually impaired consumers. Jefferson Community and Technical College and their Workforce Solutions program have been strong partners in creating the curriculum and adapting their training kitchen and teaching methods to provide the needed skill sets for individuals interested in pursuing a career pathway in food services through the Kentucky Business Enterprises program. Many thanks to our excellent workforce partners at JCPS: Chef Marc Lewis and Tiffany Coleman!
"Workforce Solutions provides thousands of hours of innovative training each year to some of the largest employers in our region, so this partnership was a natural fit,” said Handy. “It is our duty to this community to help grow and enhance a skilled workforce that and we are proud work with Secretary Ramsey to answer that challenge.”
View a video about the Culinary program with Dave Ramsey ! WLKY Culinay Video
The Project CASE program recently helped participants prepare for a Reverse Job Fair that included many local employers.
View a video of STEM camp activities at HCTC Tech campus in Hazard KY
Project CASE STEM Camp, Big Sandy CTC, Pikeville, KY Video
View a video of STEM Camp activities happening at the Pikeville Campus of Big Sandy Community and Technical College with high school students from Shelby Valley, East Ridge, Belfry, and Pikeville Independent High Schools (3/2/18).
Businesses Learn About Apprenticeship Partnerships in Kentucky
Josh Gentry and His Path to Funeral Home Director Apprenticeship
Problem-Solving and Persistence: Barbara King Uses Assistive Technology at Humana
What if, instead of looking for a job, employers came to you?
The Project CASE grant held the first- ever Reverse Job Fair in Hazard KY.
Hear Project CASE on the radio 88.9
On today’s episode courageous stories of vocational rehabilitation.
Project CASE, in partnership with EKCEP and Kentucky Career Center JobSight, assists people with barriers to employment to access training opportunities and jobs in high-demand and high-growth areas by forging strong connections between employers, educators, and workforce partners.