Capital Area Workforce Development
Program Year 2023
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
Operator – Adult, Dislocated Worker & Youth Services
December 1, 2022
Capital Area Workforce Development is releasing a competitive Request for Proposals (RFP) for services provided under …Read More
Capital Area Workforce Development (CAWD) has won the 2022 Youth Program of the Year award for its apprenticeship prep program that prepares youth and young adults prepare for in-demand occupations. The award was presented by the National Association of Workforce …Read More
CAWD is taking applications for small grants to be used for reentry projects!
Capital Area Workforce Development, in collaboration with Wake County Government, is looking to fund specific reentry projects of local non-profit organizations. These projects must show an understanding …Read More
In Aug. 2022, Jennifer Kehrer, completed an 11-week training course at Johnston Community College to receive her ServSafe Manager certification, elevating her from a part-time job at a diner to a full-time position in the hospitality industry.
This certification, made …Read More