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Daniel Boone Community Action Shows Clay Countian Jaclyn Hoskins New Career Path, Changes Life

Clay Countian Jaclyn Hoskins says she never pictured herself working in the medical field—it just wasn’t even on her radar as a career that would fit for her.

Sitting in the Daniel Boone Community Action Center offices in Manchester, now a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) working at Grace Health Community Health Center, she laughs that she ever had that notion.

“It’s... (more)

Perry Countian Madison Jones Lands Dream Job after Visit to her Local Kentucky Career Center JobSight

As Perry Countian Madison Jones sits in the offices of the Kentucky Career Center JobSight in Hazard, the joy that spreads across her face is pure and obvious to anyone in the room when she talks about something most people have the opposite reaction to—her job.

“Ever since I was little that’s the only job I’ve ever wanted to do,” Madison, a dental hygienist at the Vicco Dental Center,... (more)

Floyd Countian Kimberly Spears Begins New Career Thanks to Training Partnership Between Teleworks USA, Digital Careers Now

Kimberly Spears is no stranger to work, but recently it seemed it was getting tougher to find a job where she could put to use her experience and education.

With a degree in counseling and eight years of work in customer service, Spears’ résumé also included previous experience working for the state and in the private sector. But finding a new job in her chosen field wasn’t getting any... (more)

EKCEP Helps 23 Graduate from Welding Training Class for New Pikeville Company SilverLiner

A group of Eastern Kentuckians now has the chance to start a new career after graduating from training for a new manufacturing company coming to the region.

SilverLiner, a new custom tanker truck manufacturing company set to open in Pikeville, Ky., in late 2018-early 2019, announced its planned opening in the fall of 2017.

Shortly after the announcement, SilverLiner owner Chris... (more)

Paths 2 Promise Gives Knox Countian Amber Bays New Life After Overcoming Dark Past

Knox Countian Amber Bays sits in the KCEOC Community Action offices in Barbourville dressed professionally in slacks and a flowered blouse. A small grin slowly spreads across her face.

“Because of my past, I never dreamed I would be in the position I’m in today. To be able to have the things I have—not just material things, but the sense of accomplishment,” Bays says, her eyes lighting... (more)