Resources

We offer a depth of resources to both job seekers and employers all aimed at keeping North Carolina’s economy prosperous and growing.  Some of what we provide is at your fingertips by accessing NC Works Online.  Job Seekers can find many services and resources at NCWorks Career Centers including job openings, workshops, networking, job- fairs, coaching and training opportunities.  Workforce Development Board staff are available to help Businesses obtain information and services related to recruiting, screening and assessing, and training as well as labor market information including wage and salary data.

North Carolina has a comprehensive workforce system including partner organizations such as the NC Department of Commerce, the Community College System and our Workforce Development Boards.  Explore this website in depth to familiarize yourself with the wealth of information and services available.

TriadWorks.org

TriadWorks is a consortium of four Workforce Development Boards. (DavidsonWorks, GuilfordWorks, Northwest Piedmont WDB and Regional Partnership WDB) TriadWorks serves 14 counties in the west-central part of the state including Alamance, Caswell, Davie Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, and Yadkin.

By collaborating regionally, TriadWorks can leverage the effectiveness of the WDBs in maximizing and matching the productivity and skills of the available workforce with the business and industry partners in the area.  TriadWorks fosters relationships between all the committed stakeholders to strive for common goals and to become a catalyst for change.

To find out more about TriadWorks visit www.triadworks.org

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Visit NCWorks Online

Job seekers can search for jobs, create resumes, and find education and training.

This is a no-fee service that allows anyone looking for a job access to thousands of job postings from numerous websites, job-search engines and businesses.  This system was launched by the State of North Carolina in 2013 to replace the existing NCJobConnector, so you’ll need to create a new account if you have not done so already.

Employers can  post job listings, recruit, screen and assess candidates, and search labor market information. Employers can also connect with education and training services that are available to existing and potential employees.