EKCEP Seeking Applicants for E-Commerce Training
East Kentucky Concentrated Employment Programs (EKCEP) is seeking 10 businesses to apply for and receive e-commerce training to increase global marketing capability, product development, production efficiencies, and process improvement. Expected outcomes are the creation, saving, or expansion of job opportunities. Funds are available to cover the costs of e-commerce consulting and training. Companies interested in applying should be seeking assistance to expand or grow e-commerce operations.
Companies are being sought from the 23 county EKCEP service area and the 8 Promise Zone counties.
EKCEP Counties – Carter, Elliott, Lawrence, Menifee, Morgan, Magoffin, Johnson, Martin, Floyd, Pike, Wolfe, Lee, Breathitt, Owsley, Leslie, Perry, Knott, Letcher, Harlan, Bell, Knox, Clay, Jackson
Promise Zone Counties – Bell, Clay, Harlan, Knox, Leslie, Letcher, Perry, Whitley
EKCEP along with SOAR, Kentucky Finance Cabinet, and Office of Employment and Training have been awarded a US Economic Development Administration grant to prepare the region for improved broadband connectivity pertaining to the expansion of the statewide broadband network initiative, KentuckyWired.
EKCEP—the Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc.—helps workers and businesses in Eastern Kentucky meet the challenges and seize the opportunities of today’s economy. EKCEP operates the Kentucky Career Center JobSight network of workforce centers, which provide access to more than a dozen state and federal programs that offer employment and training assistance for jobseekers and employers all under one roof. For nearly 50 years, EKCEP has served 23 mountain counties in Eastern Kentucky with exemplary training, employment, and workforce development programs to meet the region’s changing needs.
Complete the following e-commerce training application form and return to Ian Mooers by email (firstname.lastname@example.org ) at EKCEP.