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Centralina WDB Looking to Hire Communications Coordinator APPLY TODAY!
A COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR is needed to support the Centralina Workforce Development Board. Must be well‐organized,... Read more »
Centralina WDB hosts Professional Development Training in Transformational Business Engagement.
Centralina WDB hosts Professional Development Training in Transformational Business Engagement. On February 16th, Centralina... Read more »
Working Smart to Start on March 19, 2018 in Statesville
Working Smart is a soft-skills program designed to provide job-seekers the work and life skills that enhance employee... Read more »
Lincoln County Partnership Awarded Maximize Carolina Grant for Workforce Pipeline Development
Lincoln County Economic Development in partnership with their Industrial Management Association, Lincoln County Schools, and... Read more »
Anson County- NCWorks Career Center's First Lunch and Learn
The Anson County NCWorks Career Center partnered with the Sandhills Community Action Agency holding the first "Lunch and... Read more »
Charlotte Regional Partnership CEO Ronnie Bryant Reinforces the importance of Workforce Development
Ronnie Bryant, CEO of Charlotte Regional Partnership (CRP) presented at the Centralina Workforce Development Board (WDB)... Read more »
Sarasota, Florida based Quality Enclosures announced today that it will be opening a new state of the art manufacturing operation in Albemarle, North Carolina.
The new Stanly County location brings a total of $3.3 million investment in facilities, building improvements and equipment,... Read more »
Governors of 20 founding member states join together to share and accelerate workforce innovation.
Governors of 20 founding member states join together to share and accelerate workforce innovation. Announcement marks... Read more »
Carolinas HealthCare System take a new name as it aims for regional growth
Carolinas HealthCare System, the state’s largest hospital network, said Wednesday that it’s changing its name to Atrium... Read more »
Carolina Stalite will spend $1.3 million to reopen its Stanly County lightweight aggregate plant and bring 14 jobs there.
Stanly County Commissioners approved $6,500 in incentives to be paid over five years. Rick Williams, chairman of the Stanly... Read more »