Wake County and Capital Area Workforce Development are releasing a competitive Request for Proposals (RFP) for services provided under the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. Funding is available for WIOA the Operator, Adult, DW and Youth Service Provider(s) for Wake, Johnston, Lee, Orange, and Chatham Counties for the program year starting July 1, 2023.

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Our team empowers businesses by helping them build qualified workforces. We also oversee NCWorks Career Centers that help job seekers obtain vital skills and access resources that lead to rewarding careers.

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Capital Area Workforce Development (CAWD) is dedicated to working with businesses in search of candidates with the appropriate skills needed for open positions. Concurrently, we work alongside job seekers no matter what career stage they are in. From recent grads to working professionals looking for something new, we deliver rewarding career opportunities, skill development and preparedness resources, creating a seamless cycle of employment and growth throughout the region.

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New Wake Partners Reentry Grant Awards

  CAWD is pleased to announce the newest recipients of the 2023 Wake Partners Reentry Grants. These organizations have decades of experience supporting adults, youth, and communities impacted by justice system involvement. We awarded $67,263.50 to support the important work they do for the community. Below is each organization’s mission and the services they provide.…

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The Stevens Amendment

In compliance with the Stevens Amendment: Funding details for award totals are provided as follows and revised annually.   WIOA Title I Programs Capital Area Workforce Development Board Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Programs are federally supported 100% by the U.S. Department of Labor as part of an award totaling $5,012,736. WIOA Adult Program…

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Meet Our Business Ambassadors

To help you learn more about our business Ambassadors, click the link to their websites. Complete the Ambassador interest form if you would like to be counted among these workforce champions! Tony Marshall Owner/Founder ISG Cyber Olalah Njenga CEO/Chief Strategist Yellowwood Group Ann Marie Sochia CEO Silver Linings for Seniors  

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