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Year of Giving Event: "Take the Stand on Domestic Violence and How it Impacts Workforce Development"

BIG NEWS!!! The Centralina #DayofGiving has evolved into a #YearofGiving! We will offer multiple community events throughout the months of Nov., Feb., & May! November will be #virtual & focus on Domestic Violence Awareness. Stay up...

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Customer Successfully Navigates Career Change with Help from NCWorks Mooresville Staff

NCWorks-Mooresville customer Shawn Huggins started coming to the Career Center in early January 2020 inquiring about the services offered and resources available at the Career Center. He previously worked as a Project Director in a corporate...

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Centralina WDB Welcomes Freda Buchanan as New NCWorks Career Center Leader in Wadesboro

The NCWorks Career Center-Anson in Wadesboro has a new Center Leader - Anson County native Freda Buchanan. After Freda graduated from Anson Senior High School, she got busy building a career in customer service. She worked...

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NCWorks Customer Receives Speedy Job Offer Thanks to Mooresville Staff

Tyler Plyler came into the NCWorks Career Center-Mooresville inquiring about securing employment with Tru Green. As a Certified Aeration Technician, Tyler was confident that he possessed the skills and qualifications needed making him an ideal candidate. ...

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Hundreds of Job Seekers Attend VA Hiring Event hosted at NCWorks Career Center-Rowan in Salisbury

In late July 2019, the NCWorks Career Center-Rowan leadership team was approached by members of the Human Resources Team from the W. G. (Bill) Hefner Veterans Administration (VA) Medical Center in Salisbury. The VA was...

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Retired Veteran Gets New Job with Assistance from NCWorks Career Center-Lincoln Staff

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...

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NCWorks Career Center-Rowan Staff Encourages Customer to “Keep Her Eye on the Prize”

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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N.C. Governor Cooper Announces $400,000 for Centralina Workforce Development Board for Re-Build Your Future Initiative

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)...

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