Here they are! Employers in these industries can’t find enough people to do the work! Find out if you’re a good fit. See one of our job counselors today.
The Center and Wake Tech are working together to recruit candidates for HCL America, a global technology company located in Cary. Individuals with customer service experience are ideal candidates, even without an IT background.
Job seekers can take an HCL assessment at the Center to see if they are suited to enter training. The training takes place at Wake Tech’s campus in Cary where candidates earn a telecommunications certificate. After training, students have the opportunity to interview with HCL and the certificate also makes the individual a more competitive candidate for other jobs and employers.
Those interested in this opportunity must email their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org who will schedule a time to take the assessment. This is a great way start a career in the growing field of IT!
Looking for a job is never easy, but it’s a positive thing to be looking and in the Raleigh area. Read the full article. http://www.forbes.com/places/nc/raleigh/
This quarter, more than 8000 individuals received services through the Raleigh Center! Many also used NCWorks online in their job search. Over 2500 resumes were added and about 700 people created “virtual recruiters.” Virtual recruiter is a unique feature of the system that runs job search criteria automatically based on rules set by the user. Over 12, 000 job referrals were made for the quarter! Anyone can use NCWorks online by registering at NCWorks.gov.
SuitUP recently partnered with the Center to “suit up” men in preparation for the WRAL Capital Area Career Expo. A faith-based non-profit, SuitUp took measurements and provided tailoring for customer here at the Center. SuitUP partners with many workforce and community agencies to help men in transition. We can’t wait to hear the success stories from this fantastic partnership.
Dress for Success now operates a location in the Tillery Place shopping center. Our new neighbor provides disadvantaged women professional attire and additional support and tools to help them thrive in the workplace and in life. Members of Americorps Access Workforce Development, some of whom serve our Center, were instrumental in preparing DFS for opening. Center customers who have need can be referred to DFS by our staff.