MedCertify, Goodwill partners for Skills Training and Certificate Programs in Kentucky

Goodwill Industries of Kentucky and MedCertify are proud to announce a strategic partnership aimed at enhancing opportunities for career advancement and economic empowerment. 

With the program “Pathways to Prosperity,” this innovative collaboration is set to redefine access to skills training and certification programs, empowering immigrants, refugees, and asylees in Louisville, KY, by providing them with essential employment training and job placement opportunities. 

Under this agreement, Goodwill will be leveraging its expertise in recruiting and providing supportive services to adults facing employment barriers, while MedCertify, is committed to providing blended online certificate programs designed to get individuals started in a career with healthcare, information technology, and business, will offer education and credentialing in thriving sectors. 

By combining the strengths of Goodwill’s renowned workforce development initiatives with MedCertify’s expertise in healthcare certification, this partnership is poised to make a meaningful impact in their lives and to equip individuals with the skills and certifications needed to thrive in today’s competitive job market, fostering pathways to sustained employment and economic prosperity. 

For more information about MedCertify and its online certificate programs, visit www.medcertify.com or follow MedCertify on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn

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MedCertify is a leading online training provider focused on creating career pathways in high-demand sectors. By partnering with community organizations, MedCertify offers customized training and support to individuals seeking entry-level positions in Allied Health, IT, Business, and Logistics. Through its innovative programs, MedCertify strives to eliminate barriers to gainful employment and empower individuals to achieve long-term career success. 

 

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