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Sarasota, Florida based Quality Enclosures announced today that it will be opening a new state of the art manufacturing operation in Albemarle, North Carolina.
The new Stanly County location brings a total of $3.3 million investment in facilities, building improvements and equipment,... Read more »
Governors of 20 founding member states join together to share and accelerate workforce innovation.
Governors of 20 founding member states join together to share and accelerate workforce innovation. Announcement marks... Read more »
Carolinas HealthCare System take a new name as it aims for regional growth
Carolinas HealthCare System, the state’s largest hospital network, said Wednesday that it’s changing its name to Atrium... Read more »
Carolina Stalite will spend $1.3 million to reopen its Stanly County lightweight aggregate plant and bring 14 jobs there.
Stanly County Commissioners approved $6,500 in incentives to be paid over five years. Rick Williams, chairman of the Stanly... Read more »
Governor Cooper Announces NC Job Ready, Key Priorities for Workforce Development
Governor Roy Cooper today laid out his priorities for workforce development, a primary focus for his administration as he... Read more »
Centralina WDB Communications Specialist Leaves to Pursue New Career
“The decision to leave Centralina WDB has not been easy, but I have decided this will be in the best interest for my career... Read more »
Centralina NEXTGEN Services Coming to You in Stanly County!
Youth and young adult customers can always receive services at local NCWorks Career Centers. But now, Centralina NEXTGEN... Read more »
NC Manufacturing Institute Ready to Help Career Seekers of All Ages Start New Careers
The Centralina Workforce Development Board is a proud partner of the North Carolina Manufacturing Institute (NCMI). Over the... Read more »