Job Seeker Services

NCWorks Career Center Services

Career Advisors at your local NCWorks Career Center can help you navigate your job search and provide you with valuable tools to get that interview. We provide all the services you need to get a great job. These services include:

  • Locating open positions in your area that you might be qualified for
  • Providing the training you need to reach qualifications for positions you are interested in
  • Preparing you for your career
  • Guidance customized to your specific needs and qualifications

Contact ECWDB or the NCWorks Career Center in your county today to learn more about how we can help connect you to a good job, training and a bright future.

We update our social media and website with news and job opportunities frequently. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date on the current happenings in our area. There are many opportunities out there that people simply don't know about. We want to help you to find the right place and position.

Earn Your National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC)

You can get a jump on earning stackable credentials for your Career Pathway by earning your National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). The NCRC is a nationally recognized certificate that allows you to show prospective employers that you possess the basic skills common in today's workplace. The NCRC is based upon WorkKeys, a nationally recognized skills assessment tool developed by ACT, Inc.

You will be assessed in three key areas:

  • Applied Math
  • Workplace Documents
  • Graphic Literacy

Contact your local community college or NCWorks Career Center for more information on obtaining your NCRC.

If you would like to practice for the NCRC and take a pre-assessment, the ECWDB provides self-paced, web-based courseware from Worldwide Interactive Network (WIN). The WIN Career Readiness Courseware is a career-infused, interactive foundational curriculum aligned to national and state college and career readiness standards, assessments, and certification programs. It is also free of charge! To sign up, contact your local NCWorks Career Center or Erin Ananian-Gentile at 

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