The NCWorks Career Centers in Greensboro and High Point are currently closed to the public.
The NCWorks Career Centers will continue operationsby providing remote services via phone, from 9 am – 4 pm, Monday – Friday. Call the individual center for more information. Other inquiries may be made online at NCWorks.gov.
NCWorks Career Center – Greensboro
2301 W Meadowview Rd
Greensboro, NC 27407
Phone: (336) 297-9444
NCWorks Career Center – High Point
607 Idol St
High Point, NC 27262
Phone: (336) 882-4141
Customers needing to file unemployment claims may do so by visiting des.nc.gov.For questions or assistance, you may contact the Customer Call Center at 888.737.0259.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
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Anthony Rogers, Strategic Initiatives Coordinator for GuilfordWorks, appeared on the City of Greensboro’s, FYI Weekly with Carla Banks, to discuss the GuilfordWorks | Coursera initiative. The initiative was developed to help individuals who’ve either been laid off or furloughed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the interview, Anthony Rogers states:
“the cost for the typical course, without the (GuilfordWorks|Coursera) partnership is $400. And, there are… well over 200 universities and industry partners that have collaborated for the curriculum courses within Coursera.”
Just to remind you, GuilfordWorks has teamed up with Coursera to provide unemployed or furloughed jobseekers with job-relevant online learning, at no cost.*
A new article appeared in the Triad Business Journal recently, highlighting arising as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The article also mentioned the great work that we’re doing here at GuilfordWorks with our Coursera Training initiative.
In the article GuilfordWorks Executive Director, Chris Rivera was quoted as having said :
“they (GuilfordWorks) are encouraging individuals to invest in themselves by enhancing their skills to become more competitive for opportunities in the future as the economy and job market opens.”
In case you haven’t heard, GuilfordWorks has teamed up with Coursera to provide unemployed or furloughed jobseekers with job-relevant online learning, at no cost.*
The Guilford County, NCWorks NextGen program is hosting a series of Virtual Workshops, beginning the week of June 29.
Resume Workshop: Monday, June 29 — 2:00 pm
Interviewing Skills: Tuesday, June 30 — 2:00 pm
Job Searching: Wednesday, July 1 — 2:00 pm
Resume Workshop: Thursday, July 2 — 2:00 pm
Contact NCWorks NextGen Program Manager, Sabrina Breeden at email@example.com or call 336.935.1356. She will respond with a link and information on how to join the Teams session.
NCWorks is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer/organizer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for individuals with a disability. Dial 711 to place a free relay call in North Carolina.
Sponsored by GuilfordWorks
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A virtual webinar conducted on June 2, 2020, which outlines safety precautions for employers, post COVID-19. The information was presented by Matt Schweitzer, Sr. HR Manager — Law, Compliance, Benefits, Safety & Health, City of Greensboro, and moderated by Matt Felts, Business Services Consultant, GuilfordWorks.
This video is part of the GuilfordWorks Business ‘V’ Series.