The Second City brings comedy relief to the Kentucky Center Tuesday, Jan 7 2020 

Comedians will have you laughing for all the wrong reasons


Jimmy Lee Tour with Raphael Saadiq will stop in Louisville Thursday, Nov 21 2019 

Paristown Hall welcomes the multi-talented artist in February 2020


Baby Shark is coming to Louisville!!! Tuesday, Nov 19 2019 

Parents get ready to purchase these tickets because this live show will sellout.


We Will Rock You…the musical comes to the Palace Thursday, Nov 7 2019 

Inspired by rock legends Queen


The Louisville Soul Music Festival brings a great lineup that will take you down memory lane Thursday, Oct 31 2019 

Songs that will feed your soul will be at the KFC Yum! Center in November


Partnership announced between UPS and Norton Wednesday, Oct 16 2019 

By Jessica Kiesling — 

Norton Healthcare and UPS are the two of the largest employers in the Louisville area and they have now partnered up to allow students an affordable way to pay for their education while working on achieving their dream careers in the medical field.

The program requires participants to be actively enrolled at the University of Louisville or at Jefferson Community and Technical College while working at UPS. Their undergraduate degree, however, can be completed at their own pace with no set time frame. Once the students reach the point that they only have about a semester left of their undergraduate they are required to take professional courses through the program while choosing one of three options to continue their participation in the Metropolitan College program.

The three options available are to continue their employment at UPS while being a Norton Scholar, doing an apprenticeship through Norton Healthcare or switching their employment to Norton Healthcare.

The program allows for many interested medical students to participate. However, they have 10 designated career pathways to be chosen from. Through the options they are exposed to different roles, aspects and departments of healthcare at Norton Healthcare.

The Metropolitan College program has strived to allow students to accomplish their education and career goals in an affordable manner. As a participant in the program students qualify to receive tuition assistance.

Along with other perks such as book reimbursement and career assistance, participants will also gain access to special events and programs through Norton Healthcare. These opportunities can help to boost their education, knowledge and resources to aid them in their future medical career endeavors.

In order to become a participant in the Metropolitan College program students of the two institutions must first apply to UPS if not already a current employee. They must also apply to the program though the metro-college website. Once hired and accepted into the program participants are required to attend a career exploration and symposium day to learn about the healthcare program.

Questions about the program, necessary steps or about the opportunities available through the Metropolitan College program can be directed to Metropolitan College, UPS employment or the Norton Healthcare workforce department.

Photo by Anthony Riley // The Louisville Cardinal

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Six things to do in and around Louisville this weekend | October 11-13 Thursday, Oct 10 2019 

Country music, delicious food, and live penguins are all things you can enjoy in Kentuckiana this weekend.


JB Smoove comes to the Ville to bring some comedy relief Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

It's a countdown to comedy at the Kentucky Center


Free music workshop being held in Louisville Monday, Oct 7 2019 

Learn the tricks of the trade


Louder Than Life Festival tickets are going fast Tuesday, Sep 24 2019 

The last of the "Trifesta" will be the biggest and loudest with fans buying tickets at a rapid pace


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