Alexander County Becomes a NCWORKS Certified Work Ready Community

September 22, 2016

Alexander County has been certified as an NC Works Certified Work Ready Community by the North Carolina Chamber Foundation board of directors. The NCWorks Certified Work Ready Community initiative is a collaborative effort between workforce development partners, including the Office of the Governor, the North Carolina Chamber Foundation, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, the North Carolina Community College System Office and the North Carolina Department of Commerce, aimed at leveraging data and analysis tools to continue economic growth in North Carolina. The North Carolina Chamber Foundation serves as the final certifying body to designate an NCWorks Certified Work Ready Community. We want to celebrate the work your community has done to link, align and match its workforce development efforts.

 

Come celebrate Alexander County’s recognition of becoming an NCWORKS Certified Work Ready Community on September 30 at 4:00 p.m. at the new CVCC Alexander Applied Technology Center, located at 230 Industrial Boulevard in Taylorsville (across from the CVCC Alexander Center for Education). Register here.

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