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Partnership Between Teleworks USA, Digital Works to Bring Advanced Training, New Job Opportunities to Eastern Kentucky
Eastern Kentuckians seeking remote-work jobs they can perform using a computer and the Internet now have more chances to train for and enter the fast-growing digital economy thanks to a partnership between two telework and technology innovators.
Teleworks USA and Digital Works are teaming up to bring an exclusive training program and new inbound customer service job opportunities to Teleworks USA’s Teleworks Hubs in Hazard and Annville.
Starting Nov. 3, Digital Works will begin delivering its exclusive Tier 1 customer support and technology training program at the Teleworks Hub in Hazard, located within the Kentucky Career Center JobSight at 412 Roy Campbell Drive.
The Digital Works training program is also slated to begin before the end of the year at a second Teleworks Hub in Jackson County, located at 169 Carpenter Drive in Annville. That launch date will be announced soon.
Teleworks USA Regional Manager Teresa Hylton will facilitate the 4- to 6-week, self-paced training at the Teleworks Hub in Hazard. To enroll in a Digital Works training class, contact Hylton at 606-435-7798. Class size is limited, so call and enroll early to get a guaranteed training slot.
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Free Digital Learning Resources at Madison County Library via driveyourlearning.org
ConnectKentucky now is partnering with the Madison County Public Library to offer free digital learning via the Drive Learning Hub to library patrons. Madison County residents are now able to go to the library website to access digital literacy content.
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