Job Seeker Resources
Resources for Job Seekers
GLI has many resources to help you find the job or career you are looking for. Below are some of those resources, but please check back regularly, as we continually expand the resources we have available to help you.
LIVEINLOU.COM JOB BOARD
GLI’s local job board posts opportunities in our 15-country region which includes 10 counties in Kentucky (Jefferson, Bullitt, Hardin, Henry, Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble) and five counties in Indiana (Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington).
As a community, we need to be strategic in how we build our talent pipelines to produce the best possible workforce and make gains on our peer cities. Quality internship programs are an integral part of building future talent. If your company is looking for assistance in building an internship program, we can help.
In addition to the work-based learning students receive with internship programs, GLI has launched Finding You in Lou, a professional and leadership development program geared to college students who are enrolled in an internship. Our goal is to provide students with information on and access to community leaders and stakeholders, so they can see what post-collegiate career opportunities exist in Louisville.
Job Seeker Connection Program
Have you lost your job or experienced a pay reduction due to COVID-19? Our job seeker program connects potential employers to interested candidates.
ENTER YOUR INFORMATION
HOW IT WORKS:
- Visit our job seeker form and enter your information
- We will share your information with potential employers based on your interest, experience and willingness to learn new skills
- Employers who have openings that align with your skills and preferences will reach out to you with opportunities
This program serves as an additional tool in your job search. Please be aware that we cannot guarantee that employers will contact you for employment.
Connect with Regional Workforce Boards
Greater Louisville’s workforce boards provide a breadth of resources for job seekers. These organizations are a great first stop on your journey towards a new career.
KentuckianaWorks is the Workforce Development Board for the Louisville region, which includes Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble counties. KentuckianaWorks helps job seekers find jobs and good careers, education and training, and helps employers meet their workforce needs by connecting them with skilled, qualified employees.
WorkOne helps people find a new or better job, choose a career, find a good employee, access training, or get the information needed to succeed in today’s ever-evolving workplace.
TRAINING AND EDUCATION – OPPORTUNITIES TO BUILD SKILLS
Greater Louisville is home to a variety of training programs and educational institutions that are committed to helping you build marketable and in-demand skills. Many of these organizations are offering free or low-cost programs to give job seekers the opportunity to develop new skills.
Jefferson Community & Technical College Workforce Solutions
Elizabethtown/Hardin County Industrial Foundation Training Consortium
USI’s Applied Engineering Center
UL’s Additive Manufacturing Competency Center
Mid-America Science Park
Regional Colleges & Universities
Campbellsville University – Louisville Education Center
Elizabethtown Community & Technical College
Galen College of Nursing
Indiana University Southeast
Indiana Wesleyan University – Louisville Education Center
Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana
Jefferson Community and Technical College
Louisville Bible College
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
McKendree University – Radcliff Campus
McKendree University – Shepherdsville Campus
Mid-America College of Funeral Service
Northwood University – Louisville Program Center
Ottawa University – Jeffersonville Campus
Purdue Polytechnic New Albany
Simmons College of Kentucky
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
University of Louisville
Webster University – Louisville & Fort Knox
Western Kentucky University – Elizabethtown/Fort Knox
SUPPORT AND CONNECTIONS
Explore the resources below to find support in your job search. Greater Louisville’s career centers and soft-skill programs provide access to assistance in resume writing, interview skills, individualized coaching and job placement services.
Workforce Readiness Programs
ACE Mentor Program
Adelante Hispanic Achievers
Big Brothers Big Sisters
TRACK Youth Pre-Apprenticeship Program
Kentucky Youth Career Center
True Up Louisville
The Lincoln Foundation
JAG (Jobs for America’s Graduates)
Men of Quality
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana
The Book Works
People Living with Disabilities
Career Pathways with the Kentucky Career Centers
New Hope Services, Inc.
Center for Accessible Living
Centerstone Vocational & Workplace Resources
Down Syndrome of Louisville
Path Forward Kentucky