SERVICES FOR

JOB SEEKERS

Jobseeker services are provided at the NCWorks Career Centers. The center can help you maximize your job search, increase your skillset, and obtain meaningful employment. At each Career Center, professionals will assist you in identifying job opportunities, access to hiring events, workshops and skills to help you connect with employers.

 

Basic Career Services include, but are not limited to:

  • Career Planning & Counseling

  • Basic Skills Assessments

  • Financial Literacy

  • Adult Education

  • Labor Market Info

  • Job Readiness Services (Resume Prep, Interview Skills, Soft Skills etc.)

  • Career Readiness Certification

  • Link to Partner Services (DSS, Voc. Rehab, Community Colleges, Universities, Veterans’ Services etc.)

  • Job Search/Placement

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program is designed to address and remedy the employment and training needs of adults and dislocated workers.

Individuals who are eligible for the WIOA program can utilize a variety of services including:

  • Supportive Services

  • Educational Support Services (Books, Tuition, Supplies etc.)

  • On-the-Job Training Opportunities

  • Work Experience Opportunities

Who is eligible for services?

 

• Basic career services are available to everyone.

 

• The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Adult Program (WIOA) provides services that are available to individuals who are     18 years of age or older and meet eligibility requirements. To learn more about the program, talk to a WIOA Career Advisor at  

  your local career center.

 

• The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Dislocated Worker Program (WIOA) provides services that are available to

  eligible dislocated workers who are 18 years of age or older.

 

Dislocated Workers are individuals who have been terminated or laid off, or have received notice of termination or layoff or; were self-employed but are unemployed as a result of general economic conditions in the community or because of natural disasters; displaced homemaker who has been providing unpaid services to family members in the home and who has been dependent on the income of another family member but is no longer supported by that income; spouse of a member of the armed forces on active duty, and has experienced a loss of employment as a result of relocation. To learn more about the program, talk to a WIOA Career Advisor at your local career center.

Service Partners:

 

  • Local Community Colleges

  • Local Universities

  • Department of Social Services

  • North Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Job Corps

  • Telamon Corporation

  • North Carolina Division of Workforce Solutions

  • North Carolina Division of Blind

  • Two Hawk Workforce Services

 

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Visit Your Local NCWorks Career Center Today!

 

 

Bladen County
401 Mercer Mill Road
Elizabethtown, NC 28337

 

Phone (910) 862-3255   

Fax (910) 862-4098
 

Career Center Manager-
Peggy Hunt Davis

 

 

Hoke County
304 Birch Street
Raeford, NC 28376

 

Phone (910) 683-3060 

Fax (910) 875-2125
 

Career Center Manager– Angelo Johnson

 

 

Robeson County
289 Corporate Drive, Suite B
Lumberton, NC 28358

 

Phone (910) 887-6950

Fax (910) 618-5570
 

Career Center Manager-

Angelo Johnson

 

 

Richmond County
115 West Franklin Street
Rockingham, NC 28379

 

Phone (910) 997-9180 

Fax (910) 997-9184
 

Career Center Manager- Stephanie Littles

 

 

Scotland County
16800-A US-401
Laurinburg, NC 28352

 

Phone (910) 405-5200  

Fax (910) 277-2628
 

Career Center Manager- Stephanie Littles