Welcome to Digital Works
Digital Works goes beyond training and placement to encompass high-demand, telework professions.
Who We Help:
Learn how communities, nonprofits, government agencies, and individuals, including senior citizens, military spouses and veterans, and young adults, can access this training or bring it to their area.
Digital Works is now offering virtual job training. These classes are being taught online over the course of two weeks and the program is being expanded and offered to military families and veterans living in Kentucky.Learn More
Frequently Asked Questions?
What People Say!
"A lot of military families move a lot and every couple of years you’re going across the country or across the world and you can take this with you and you won’t have to get a new job. Plus, you don’t have to buy a wardrobe and pay for gas and lunches and day care and all that. It’s just so much money saved."
Veteran and Military Spouse
"I even reached out to my daughter because she’s a military spouse and I said ‘this is great. If you can get into this program, learn a job, get a job working from home, whenever you move to a new duty station, you go overseas, whatever the case may be, you still have a job."
Grew up in a military family
"It’s a three or four work program and it’s worth it. You can start applying in that fourth week."
"Military spouses really need a boost. They need to get back into the workforce and some of them don’t have any other way to get the skills that they need or don’t know where to go. I think it’s a great thing Digital Works is doing to help military spouses move forward."
"What Digital Works is doing is they’re setting up military spouses and veterans for working from home."
Digital Works Graduate
"Digital Works has the ability to change entire communities because it opens the door for people in a small town to find real work with a schedule that works for them as well as potentially better pay."
Digital Works Graduate
"A veteran or someone in the active military is a perfect match for online jobs. You’re a part-time soldier, part-time civilian, and you have to work for a company that makes that possible and understands this. I was working at Pizza Hut, and it just wasn’t enough to make a living wage. Digital Works changed that."
Mother of Two and Digital Works Graduate
"The Digital Works program has given me an opportunity to be a full-time mom and earn a full-time paycheck!"
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