Our public and private sector community leaders are regionally focused, locally driven, and dedicated to providing innovative employment and training strategies.
Centralina Workforce Development Board and NCWorks Career Centers are committed to partnerships that help our region's businesses and workers become a competitive force in our global economy.
At each NCWorks Career Center, workforce professionals will assist you in identifying job opportunities, provide access to hiring events and workshops to enhance your work readiness and skills to help you connect with employers.
The Centralina Workforce Development Board and NCWorks Career Centers are committed to partnerships that help our region’s businesses and workers become a “competitive force in our global economy.”
The Centralina Workforce Development Board develops a forward-thinking plan that integrates workforce, economic development and education initiatives within the region, with a goal of enabling a dynamic workforce that helps our businesses compete in the global economy.
As the workforce specialists that deliver the vision of the Centralina Workforce Development Board, there are eight NCWorks Career Centers in the Centralina region dedicated to serving businesses and career seekers.
The National Association of Manufacturing (NAM) provides studies showing that the U.S. manufacturing skill gap could result in 2.1 million unfilled jobs by 2030. In fact, the 2020 study by Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute,
Tony Simpson, NCWorks Career Center-Lincoln Center Leader, is one of the newest graduates from the Leadership Lincoln program, a service of the Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce. The mission of Leadership Lincoln is to grow
The NCWorks Business Services Team provides talent management strategies and solutions to meet your specific needs at little to no cost.
NCWORKS CAREER CENTER can help you maximize your job search, increase your skillset, and obtain meaningful employment.
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