Workforce is a priority when growing your business. Grayson County’s background in agriculture has created a workforce that is hardworking and dedicated. Additionally, our perfect location on Nolin River Lake and Rough River Lake positions our county as not only a place you work, but also a place where you want to live.
Grayson County’s companies and workers have access to the resources they need to be successful. Our region has several workforce development programs and career training opportunities to ensure we have a skilled workforce to meet today’s demand.
Elizabethtown Community & Technical College, Leitchfield Campus
Full-service campus offering associate degrees in arts, science and applied science in business administration.
Grayson County Technology Center
Teaching high school students career pathways including automotive, carpentry, computerized manufacturing and machining, health sciences, marketing and welding.
Bluegrass State Skills Corporation (BSSC)
Provides employers with training funds to develop employees and stay competitive through flexible, employer-driven skills-upgrade training.
Partners with manufacturers to implement career pathways and apprenticeship-style education programs.
Provides tuition assistance towards career certificates and associate degrees in the top five high-demand workforce sectors.
Empowering residents to re-enter the workforce by providing training, re-employment services, job placement and employer recruitment activities.