The Lawrence County Teleworks Hub opened in September 2017 with support from the Lawrence County Fiscal Court, the Northeast Kentucky Community Action Agency, along with grants from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development and Kentucky Power. Additional contributions have been made from a host of local businesses and organizations, including: Lycom Communications, Foothills Communications, Louisa Rotary Club, Sullivan University, State Farm Insurance, Walmart, Inez Deposit Bank, Quality Metal New Energy Resources, and Best Western.
Teleworks USA’s newest Hub, the Lawrence County Teleworks Hub features workshop terminals to accommodate up to 30 people for our customizable digital literacy and customer service workshops. Located within the Lawrence County Community Center in Louisa, the Lawrence County Hub is conveniently located to draw prospective teleworkers from a four-county area.
Teleworks USA provides free workshops designed to upskill prospective teleworkers and prepare them for a variety of teleworking jobs. And best of all, workshop curriculum is completely customizable based on employer needs. Our workshops provide up to 72 hours of instruction on topics including digital literacy, customer service, and tech support, but can be updated with company-specific instruction so applicants can hit the ground running once they begin their new jobs. If you’re an employer, we can partner with you to help meet your workforce needs.