Our Response to COVID-19: How workforce development boards are making a difference during the coronavirus pandemic. Our commitment to North Carolina's residents and communities is stated here.

NCWorks Career Centers provide the help you need to get the job you want. Regardless of your circumstances or background, the career centers will help you become a more competitive candidate as you look for employment. This could include finding the career that best fits your interests, articulating the skills you have, improving your skills, interview preparation and connecting you with employers.


As of July 27th, the NCWorks Career Centers at Tillery Place in Raleigh and the Clayton location are open to the public, but at limited capacity. Face masks are required and customers must follow other posted safety guidelines. Call 919-715-0111 for questions or visit AccessNCWorks.com. 

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Capital Area’s NCWorks Career Centers help connect people to jobs.  If skill upgrades are needed to become a more competitive candidate, options for education and training are available. Create the ultimate resume and access resources to make job searching more effective .



Capital Area NCWorks’ Business Services Team provides talent management strategies and solutions to meet your specific needs! We are able to provide these solutions at little to no cost to your business here in Wake & Johnston counties.



Capital Area takes a proactive approach in preparing young adults for the workforce. Those between the ages of 16 and 24 are taught job skills, life skills and receive hands-on work experience before transitioning into the workforce.



If you're not sure how to start your job search or what to do next, you can get in depth help right now by phone and chat. Our staff is waiting to assist!



CAWD Announces First Ever Recipients of “Wake Partners” Grant

Fourteen nonprofits awarded grants to aid individuals affected by COVID-19 Capital Area Workforce Development is happy to announce that it will fund 14 projects for community-based organizations through the...
By Brenda Wilkerson | August 26, 2020 | News, Press release, Uncategorized

Information Technology Apprenticeship Program is Recruiting!

Capital Area Workforce Development is looking for qualified candidates to participate in the ISG Information Technology Apprenticeship Program (ITAP). The goal of the program is to combine classroom learning...
By Brenda Wilkerson | August 5, 2020 | News, Uncategorized

“Reopen Wake” Covid-19 Employee Training

Reopen Wake is a two-module, online training that will help employers prepare team members to return to work using appropriate precautions. CAWD is pleased to offer this training at...
By Brenda Wilkerson | June 29, 2020 | News


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