College of Public Health students graduating

Partners

The Office of Workforce Development and Community Engagement collaborates with numerous partners from across the Commonwealth and United States to bridge relevant, integrated, and translated information and resources from academia to public health practice and the community. The following is a list of some of our partners: 

  • UNITE/Community Transformation Grant (CTG) of Kentucky
  • County and City School Systems
  • Career Advancement Programs
  • Hospice
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Faith-based Associations and individual churches
  • Primary-care clinics and physician offices
  • Fiscal Courts
  • School-based family resource centers
  • NAACP
  • City and County Governments
  • Home Health Agencies
  • Behavioral Health Centers
  • Banks
  • Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP)
  • Hospitals (Jackson Purchase Medical Center, Meadowview Regional Medical Center, Western Baptist Hospital, Owensboro Mercy Health System, Perry County Memorial Hospital – Indiana, St. Anthony’s, Ohio County Hospital, Methodist Hospital in Henderson; Our Lady of Bellefonte, Kings Daughters Medical Center; Springview Nursing and Rehab; Hardin Memorial Hospital, Spring View Hospital, Flaget Memorial Hospital, Marshall County Hospital, St. Joseph – Mt. Sterling)
  • Students and Faculty from Colleges and Universities (Western Kentucky University, Eastern Kentucky University, Mid-Continent University, University of Kentucky Dental Outreach and Agriculture Extension, University of Louisville, Area Health Education Centers, Owensboro Community and Technical College, Henderson Community College, Morehead State University)
  • Commission on Children with Special Needs
  • YMCA
  • Head Start Programs
  • United Way
  • Managed Medicaid Providers – Wellcare, Coventry Cares of Kentucky, Passport
  • Adult Day Care Services
  • Homemakers Associations
  • Nonprofit Organizations (Girls Incorporated, Matthew 25, CareNet Pregnancy Resource Center, Public Life Foundation, Homeowners Associations, H.L. Neblitt Center, Bicycle Owensboro, Wendell Foster Campus, Susan G. Komen, Hager Foundation, Girl Scouts, Isaiah House, etc)
  • Area Development Districts
  • Chamber of Commerce; independent businesses
  • Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Law Enforcement, Fire Departments, EMS, Sheriff
  • Media
  • Kentucky Public Health Association
  • Kentucky Health Department Association
  • State government agencies
  • Community Health Centers
  • Foundations