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Transportation & Triumph: NCWorks Centralina Partnerships Help Career Seeker Secure Employment and Transportation

According to Business Insider, there is a major hurdle to employment in America and that is lack of transportation. "America's highly segregated and car-dependent cities and counties make it difficult for many workers to reach...

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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...

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NCWorks Career Center-Lincoln Customer Bounces Back After Layoff

NCWorks Career Center customer Tamell Bradham began his re-employment journey in July 2019 after being laid off from the Walking Company in Lincolnton. He came into the NCWorks Career Center-Lincoln unemployed and expressing a desire to...

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Southwest Prosperity Zone Leaders Donate Toys to United Way of Lincoln County

Leaders from the Southwest Prosperity Zone, which includes the 8 NCWorks Career Centers from the Centralina WDB Region, regularly meet as a team to discuss upcoming changes and new initiatives coming to their area. During...

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NCWorks Career Center-Rowan Staff Member Talks with Elementary School Students About Their Futures and NCWorks

                                  As a Talent Development Consultant at the NCWorks Career Center-Rowan, Charleena Zepeda works every day to help members of the community...

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NCWorks Career Center-Union Staff Link Talent to Employment

On April 22, 2019, Penny Jones visited the NCWorks Career Center-Union in Monroe in search of work. Unemployed for roughly one year and categorized as an older worker, she felt the odds were not in her...

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NCWorks Career Center-Rowan Helps Jobseeker Discover New Career Path

Brenda Jiles, a Centralina WDB WIOA participant, and Charleena Zepeda, Talent Development Consultant at the NCWorks Career Center-Rowan paths crossed nearly two years ago when Brenda arrived at the NCWorks Career Center in Salisbury under extremely...

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BRLC Helps the Employed, Unemployed and Under-Employed

Anson County NCWorks Career Center leader Monica Gamlin recently provided training for Burnsville Recreation & Learning Center volunteers. The volunteers who attended the session were trained to provided information and instructions to assist individuals desiring employment...

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