The Kentucky Career Center – Bluegrass has announced that after almost two years of serv­ing the pub­lic remote­ly or by appoint­ment only, they are reopen­ing their doors to the pub­lic begin­ning Monday, January 3 at 8 a.m. 

Amy Glasscock, Director for Workforce Services for the Bluegrass Local Workforce Development Area, said “since March of 2020, the Kentucky Career Center – Bluegrass has been serv­ing clients pri­mar­i­ly by remote con­nec­tion as they erred on the side of cau­tion in the midst of the Coronavirus pan­dem­ic.  This change did not reduce the num­ber of cit­i­zens we served, in fact, our ser­vice num­bers increased. We attribute this increase to a quick shift to vir­tu­al ser­vices that led to no inter­rup­tion in pro­vid­ing assis­tance. Our staff is eager to open the doors to the gen­er­al pub­lic and once again serve clients face to face.”

Job seek­ers can now ben­e­fit from both in-per­son and vir­tu­al ser­vices, as well as expand­ing ser­vices to local pub­lic libraries in a grow­ing num­ber of coun­ties in the Bluegrass. 

Those in need of employ­ment or train­ing assis­tance or help decid­ing on a career path are encour­aged to vis­it to find a Kentucky Career Center – Bluegrass or access point nearby.

Clark County is served by the Richmond location:

Kentucky Career Center
309 Spangler Dr., Suite D​
Phone: (859)544‑6004

Office Hours: Mon – Fri: 8:00am – 4:30pm