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New Collaborative Partnership with the Workforce Development Board of Kentucky

KENTUCKY CAREER CENTER OF CUMBERLAND & SOUTH CENTRAL COUNTIES FORM AN INTERSTATE WIOA PARTNERSHIP WITH

COVENANT COLLABORATIVE CONSULTING & TRAINING, LLC

(dba The Justice Beat Talk Show)

 

June 28, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Press Contact: producer@thejusticebeat.com or 770-771-4707

 

St. Louis, MO – Covenant Collaborative Consulting & Training, LLC entered into a collaborative partnership agreement with the Kentucky Career Center of Cumberland County.  Through this WIOA (Workforce Investment Opportunity Act) agreement, dislocated and unemployed workers are placed as Next Generation Media Interns in paid project-based experiential learning and skills-building roles on the webmaster team from a fully remote posture.

Recent graduates of Kentucky’s BC Skills Academy, a 16-week intensive IT training program, provides participants substantive education and training in high-demand fields such as Web Development and Design as well as Coding. 

On June 8, 2021, Covenant Collaborative Consulting & Training, LLC welcomed and formally onboarded the following graduates of BC Skills Academy:

  • Alisha Bolin – Webmaster Team Lead (Cumberland)
  • Stephanie Miller – Webmaster (Cumberland)

Also, on June 22, 2021, Danielle “Chelsea” Logan (South Central) joined the Webmaster Team with a focus on developing an e-Commerce store as well as other web related special projects.

Both Bolin/Miller will complete 13 weeks and 300 hours and Danielle will complete 10 months and 720 hours of project-based experiential learning and skills-building through the Show’s Next Generation Media Internship Program.  The Webmaster Team’s scope of work includes, but not limited to, tasks involving design and creation, maintenance, and updating both the Justice Beat and NxGen Media sites in preparation for the launch of the Show’s 4th season in September 2021.

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