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NCWorks Offers Essential Training

Eastern Carolina Workforce Development Board and NCWorks Offers Essential Training Providing job seekers with attainable job-ready skills for employability New Bern, NC, July 25, 2022 - Eastern Carolina Workforce Development Board and NCWorks offers job seekers...

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OurFutureENC

myFutureNC Grant The myFutureNC educational attainment collaborative is a statewide initiative to have an additional 2 million high-quality credentials or postsecondary degrees obtained by individuals between the ages of 25-44 by 2030. Regions across the state...

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Carolina Across 100 Initiative

Carolina Across 100 Initiative The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Carolina Across 100 initiative announced on Wednesday the selection of thirteen groups in North Carolina to expand education and employment pathways for young adults. The groups...

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ECWDB Closes the Skills Gap

Eastern Carolina Workforce Development Board Closes the Skills Gap with OurFutureENC – Educate, Equip, Excel. It’s up to us! Committed to providing skilled job seekers to fulfill the requirement of today’s business. New Bern, NC, June...

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Incumbent Worker Training Grant News Release

Eastern Carolina Workforce Development Board accepting applications for Incumbent Worker Training Grants New Bern — The Eastern Carolina Workforce Development Board (ECWDB) is accepting applications for its Incumbent Worker Training Grant. The ECWDB provides funding through...

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Business Strategies to Manage Talent Pool Challenges

North Carolina’s Existing Talent Pool  Like other states, North Carolina is experiencing a tight labor market, meaning there are relatively few jobseekers per job opening. This situation is generally advantageous for jobseekers but presents hiring challenges...

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Literacy Council Makes an Impact

In the square, bookshelf-lined room, Virginia Acevedo paused, placed her hand over her heart and smiled. “I’m from Cuba, but now I’m from North Carolina,” said Acevedo, whose eyes exuded a grateful patriotism that spoke louder...

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Military Business Center Grand Opening

MOREHEAD CITY — With the military considered the second largest business in North Carolina, area officials celebrated the grand opening Tuesday of a North Carolina Military Business Center on the campus of Carteret Community College. The purpose...

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