Centralina Virtual Career Marketplace is “Game Changer” for Regional Employment Efforts
With the backdrop of the Smokey Mountains, over 700 workforce professionals from all over the Southeast descended on Asheville, North Carolina for the 2019 joint Southeastern Employment & Training Association (SETA) and the North Carolina Employment
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper formally announced the six recipients of NCWorks Local Innovation Fund grants on Feb. 26 at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College’s NC Research Campus facility in Kannapolis. The Centralina Workforce Development Board (WDB)
NCWorks Career Center – Lincoln customer and Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) participant Janae Mosteller is no different than many other Americans during the holiday season, trying to balancing bills and funds for Christmas presents.
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