An NCWORKS Pop-Up booth was held inside the Base Exchange Food Court at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base on August 18th. This was organized as a direct outreach event that took place on Seymour Johnson Air Force base. This was a partnership with the Wayne NCWORKS Center and Seymour Johnson Family Support to provide information on On-the-Job Training opportunities, NCWORKS programs, NCWORKS registration, job seeking, and Veteran’s support services. The booth was manned by OJT Specialists and DVOP representatives out of the Wayne NCWORKS Center. This event allowed outreach to individuals who would not normally come into a center and increased the visibility for NCWORKS programs and services.
Mrs. Samantha Bernyk stopped by and received feedback on her resume, information on registering in NCWORKS for the first time, and then how to make her resume searchable by employers. She is returning to the workforce for the first time since 2014. She stated, “It was nice to be able to drop in and get help without needing childcare at a convenient location for me.”
WIOA requires each WDB to develop and submit, in partnership with the local chief elected official, a comprehensive four-year plan. This plan is made available for public comment for the 30-day period beginning March 17, 2023 through April 17, 2023.
HM Alliance, Inc. has announced plans to renovate and operate an existing facility in Greene County.
This annual report captures the dedication, commitment, and hard work of our staff, NCWorks partners, and service providers, who enabled us to deliver quality services to businesses and individuals in need over the past year.