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Jun 29

Veteran Customer Utilizes NCWorks Career Center-Rowan and WIOA Services to Achieve Academic Success

Navy veteran Mitchell Darnell walked into the NCWorks Career Center in Rowan County in April 2019 seeking assistance in obtaining sustainable employment. Because of his service, Mitchell received a priority level of service for all the

Jun 29

Centralina WDB NextGen Youth in Lincoln County Participates in Training Service Despite COVID-19 Restrictions

This spring, Lincoln County resident Brooke White enrolled in Centralina WDB NextGen services looking for assistance to get training to become a dental assistant. She is a single parent and had no previous income to pay

Jun 29

NCWorks Career Center-Union Adjusts to Virtual Services During COVID-19 Pandemic

Team Leaders at the NCWorks Career Center-Union in Monroe had to make several adjustments on how the center delivered services as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic affected the State of North Carolina. On Tuesday, March 10, 2020,

Jun 29

Centralina WDB Partners to Create an Innovation Approach to Serve Career Seekers and Employers in a COVID-19 World

How do you connect job seekers who want to work with local employers who want to hire talent amid a global pandemic?  You use an innovative and creative solution to make it happen!  On June

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