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.

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As of March 31, 2020, all centers are temporarily closed to the public.
Visit AccessNCWorks.com for job search assistance.

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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 .

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BUSINESS SERVICES

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.

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YOUTH SERVICES

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.

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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!

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THE NEWS ROOM

UPDATE! FAQ: Career Center Closings

HERE ARE ANSWERS TO THE MOST ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING NCWORKS CAREER CENTER CLOSES AND CUSTOMER SERVICE. Are all the career centers open? No. All career centers are temporarily closed...
By Brenda Wilkerson | March 23, 2020 | CAWD News, clayton center news, News, Raleigh Center News

Help with Job Loss Due to Coronavirus

Raleigh, March 18,2020 – Capital Area Workforce Development’s (CAWD) NCWorks Career Center network is providing employment services to Wake County residents virtually. Individuals experiencing job loss due to coronavirus...
By Brenda Wilkerson | March 18, 2020 | News, Press release

New Executive Committee

Capital Area Workforce Development Board is pleased to announce that Brian Holland, general counsel for Global Knowledge, has been appointed board chair.  He has served on the board for...
By Brenda Wilkerson | January 28, 2020 | Blog Post, CAWD News, News

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