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More trained healthcare workers will enter the workforce thanks to Beaufort County Community College's Registered Medical Assistant program
Governor Pat McCrory, N.C. Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina announced today that U-Play Corporation will establish a manufacturing plant in Wayne County, where it will create 88 new jobs during the next four years
New employment data shows the unemployment rate has fallen in all 100 counties since Governor Pat McCrory entered office in January 2013
As we remember those servicemen and women who made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country on this Memorial Day, Governor Pat McCrory is also encouraging employers to hire military veterans to grow their businesses
Today, Governor Pat McCrory joined more than 350 employees, company executives, and local leaders for a plant tour and economic development discussion at American Emergency Vehicles (AEV). The company won a $500,000 Building Reuse Grant in 2015, allowing AEV to expand and increase its workforce.
East Carolina University today opened a new 3D design and prototyping center and announced the start of a workforce-development program that strengthens students' skills and promotes economic development.
Beaufort County Community College's Vice President of Continuing Education, Stacey Gerard, has been appointed to the Workforce Development Leadership Committee (WDLC), an advisory group consisting of senior continuing education administrators from community colleges across the state.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today the Walmart Foundation has donated $1 million to a public-private partnership designed to help newly separated veterans transition into civilian life in North Carolina. The Pew Research Center reports that during the past 10 years, 44 percent of veterans have...
One year after launching, East Carolina University's Tools for Advanced Manufacturing (TAMV) has empowered veterans throughout eastern North Carolina with the skills and tools needed to successfully transition into the civilian workforce.
Governor Pat McCrory sometimes says things that don't sound the way we think he intended them.
Governor Pat McCrory announced the 2014 recipients of the Governor's Awards for Excellence in Workforce Development today. Two companies and four North Carolinians will receive the recognition tonight in Greensboro. The awards honor individuals and businesses for outstanding accomplishments and...
In 1925, advertising executive and future Congressman Bruce Barton wrote the book that made his national reputation, The Man Nobody Knows. In it, he imagined what Jesus Christ would be like if he resided in the modern world. Barton drew lessons from his thought experiment about business, personal re
Governor Pat McCrory applauded a new report issued by the Commission on Workforce Development that shows North Carolina can narrow the skills gap by increasing direct collaboration between critical industries and the state's job training programs.
Governor Pat McCrory and N.C. Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that CS Carolina, Inc. is expanding operations in Alamance County.
East Carolina University is partnering on a comprehensive, hands-on initiative aimed at fueling a regional advanced manufacturing and innovation workforce beginning with middle school students.
The Region Q Workforce Development Board recently awarded Beaufort County Community college the Sam Carson Award for Excellence in the Promotion of Workforce Development.
Much of Governor Pat McCrory's policy on higher education revolves around a catch phrase: "closing the skills gap." Mirroring a national policy touted by President Obama and Vice President Biden, McCrory's drive to "close the skills gap" reflects his vision of the community college system as an unde
Governor Pat McCrory congratulated this year's recipients of the Education and Workforce grants. The program is aimed at strengthening successful, innovative education programs that combine academic rigor and skills development with the goal of graduating every student both college and career ready.
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments to the North Carolina Education and Workforce Innovation Commission today.
"Today an employer at a minimum wants [graduates with] job-related skills or training, plus critical thinking and communication abilities," wrote Champion Mitchell, a member of the University of North Carolina system's Board of Governors, in a recent Pope Center featured. Mitchell, a former...
The governor notified the General Assembly and the Office of State Human Resources of the positions designated on October 1 in compliance with the law. There are now 1,303 exempt managerial and exempt policymaking positions in the cabinet agencies, or 1.5 percent of the 86,000 employees.
We gave away over $1,250,000 in expenses, salaries and crony capitalist subsidies and guarantees between June 2011 and June 2012 while maintaining and funding an empty QSII, an undeveloped Folly on Frederick Rd, and an unoccupied Skills Center.
PCS Phosphate Company, Inc. (PotashCorp - Aurora) announced today that it is reducing staffing levels at its phosphate facility by approximately 150 full-time positions, or about 15 percent of its current workforce.

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