When Vonda Hoover visited the NCWorks Career Center-Rowan in May 2019, it started off very similarly to most customers who visit the center. That feeling consisted of excitement towards the unknown chance for an opportunity.
Lajohnny Leak enrolled in Centralina WDB NextGen services in 2016 at the age of 20 seeking a change in his life. Lajohnny was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at an early age. Lajohnny had no work
Art Kary, a retired veteran came into NCWorks Career Center-Lincoln in Lincolnton in May 2019. The 61-year-old was seeking assistance in finding employment. Recently retired from the town of Maiden Public Works Department, he went into
Tiffany Smith, Centralina Workforce Development Board (WDB) – WIOA funded participant and single mother of two worked as a pharmacy technician, but she aspired more for herself and dreamed of a career as registered nurse. She
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