May Networking Night: Youth Employment and Economic Development
The Mayor's Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods (OSHN) would like to invite everyone to be a part of the One Love Louisville Networking Night featuring several guests from our partners at KentuckianaWorks.
May 25 is an opportunity for citizens to learn more about employment and economic development efforts and discuss important resources and initiatives in our community.
Our Networking Nights create an environment for change agents to build a network of citizens to help prevent violence by sharing important resources. It provides a space for continued development of violence prevention knowledge and resources.
Come ready to connect with other passionate community members and learn more about innovative violence prevention and community building strategies to help create a safer Louisville!
Read more about our featured programs below:
Kentucky Youth Career Center:
The Kentucky Youth Career Center provides educational and career opportunities, as well as job-search assistance for young people ages 16-24. Resources include leadership development, career and college readiness, internships, GED courses, and more. KYCC has three locations that serve youth and young adults across seven counties.
The REimage program helps youth aged 16-24 navigate the court system, address barriers to employment or education, and plan educational and employment goals. REimage offers positive intervention to give participants hope and encouragement in reaching their goals.