Pottawatomie County

Pottawatomie County is a certified Work Ready Community that is actively engaged in maintaining their status.
Status History:

Certified: Dec 2016

Maintained 1: Feb 2018

Maintained 2: Apr 2019

Maintained 3: Jan 2020

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80%

of maintaining goals completed

chart showing percentage of maintaining goals completed for the county

Maintaining Goals

Workforce Goals Actual NCRC
Emerging green check mark 392 757
Current 116 81
Transitioning 174 162
Workforce category not identified 8
Goals Actual
Job Profile 1 0

Pottawatomie County

ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate [NCRC]

Workforce Total
NCRC
Bronze
NCRC
Silver
NCRC
Gold
NCRC
Platinum
NCRC
Emerging High School 755 187 304 169 95
College + 0 + + 0
Current Private 44 12 17 14 +
Public 37 15 15 5 +
Transitioning Adult Education + 0 0 + 0
Unemployed 159 53 77 27 +
Recent Veteran + 0 + 0 +
Workforce category not identified 8 + 4 + 0
Totals 1008 269 419 219 101

The table above is a detailed breakdown of the same ACT WorkKeys NCRC data presented in the upper right box on this page and represents ACT WorkKeys NCRCs earned or improved throughout the community. All ACT WorkKeys NCRC data is updated monthly.

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Employers in Pottawatomie County recognize or recommend the ACT WorkKeys NCRC

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  • Brown Chevrolet Buick
  • Kaw Valley Exterminator
  • South 40 Cafe
  • Peoples State Bank
  • Prairieland Partners
  • Meadowlark Hills
  • Bank of the Flint Hills
  • Green Dot Bioplastics
  • Sugar Creek Country Store
  • Kleencrew
  • Community Health Ministry
  • USD 320 Wamego Schools
  • 4th & Elm Bar and Grill
  • Imagemakers
  • Leiszler Oil
  • Electrical Concepts Inc
  • C.R.'s Tire & Automotive
  • Davcon Trucking
  • Alternative Air
  • Carley Construction Co Inc
  • Riley Construction Company Inc
  • RF Benchmark Construction
  • City of Manhattan
  • Little Love Bugs Learning
    Center
  • Senna LLC Brilliant Beginnings
  • Bayer Construction Company Inc
  • Pottawatomie County
  • Pawnee Mental Health Services
  • USD 383 Manhattan/Odgen
    Schools
  • Appletech Design &
    Construction Inc
  • Advanced Property Management
    Inc
  • Abbott Workholding Products
  • Three Rivers Inc
  • R-Tech Tool & Machine
  • Hope Lutheran Early Learning
    Center
  • USD 323 Rock Creek High School
  • Purple Wave Inc
  • Community Healthcare System
    Inc
  • USD 322
  • Custom Wood Products Inc
  • Midwest Concrete Materials,
    Inc.
  • USD 321
  • Foot Locker Distribution
    Center
  • Midwest Ace Hardware
  • Does your business support job applicants with an ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate?

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    This website reports the ACT® WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificates earned at the county and state level and the progress being made by those participating states and counties in the ACT Work Ready Community initiative. This site only represents data stored in the ACT RegiSTAR™ system, a web-based reporting and management tool for ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificates.

    State and national ACT WorkKeys NCRC data runs from January 2006 through August 31, 2020 , while county-level data is starting from January 2012. State job profile data runs from January 2007 through August 31, 2020 , while national job profile data reaches back to 1993. Again, please note that county-level ACT WorkKeys NCRC data collection began in January 2012 for WorkKeys Internet Version, and in July 2012 for pencil and paper assessments. State and national certificate totals include historical data prior to 2012.

    WorkKeys® assessments are used across the nation, and many states have built their own Career Readiness Certificates based upon WorkKeys assessment results. You will find an asterisk denoting those states. This website will continue to evolve as the first two rounds of participating states give us feedback on what they would like to see -- and based on your feedback, as well.

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