2019 Resource Partners
The following Resource Partners will be participating in the 2019 Job Fair on March 22. We hope that you will attend and make plans to visit their booth. If you are not able to make it, feel free to reach out to them directly. We hope that the information provided here is helpful in your employment and education endeavors.
Associated Training Services - To be the leader in the vocational training industry by offering a variety of skills-oriented training programs in heavy equipment operation, crane operation, truck driving, safety, and the construction trades while maintaining the highest standards of quality and integrity.
Craven Community College - A dynamic and responsive institution of higher education committed to improving and enriching individual lives and society through comprehensive, high quality and accessible learning opportunities that allow students to contribute and compete in a diverse and global community. We provide:
- education, training and retraining for the workforce, including basic skills and literacy education, occupational and pre-baccalaureate programs;
- support for economic development through services to and in partnership with business and industry; and
- services to communities and individuals which improve the quality of life.
NC Vocational Rehabilitation - The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services provides counseling, training, education, transportation, job placement, assistive technology and other support services to people with disabilities.
NCWorks Career Center - Provide employers a single place to address their employment and training needs. Local workforce development professionals from various partner agencies work together to provide the best service for all customers.
U.S. Army Recruiting - Join the team that makes a difference. Over 150 career paths - Leadership Development, Tuition Assistance, Specialized Training, and more.
Hope4NC - a grant-funded program designed to ensure that Hurricane Florence survivors are connected to resources, and assess how residents are dealing with the emotional toll of the disaster. This program is designed to give people someone to listen to their journey. Those desiring to have more access to services will be referred to other agencies. The Hope4NC crisis counselors can meet hurricane survivors at their homes or at public places like the local library or churches.The program is free and all counseling services are kept confidential.