Job Seekers

Are you a job seeker needing assistance in resume preparation, skills training, educational assistance, application for federal educational loans or access to job openings?

Business Services

Are you a business who needs assistance in accessing qualified employees or would you be interested in information on how your business can save money?

NEXTGEN

Are you a young person aged 16-24 who is interested in educational and work help?

Announcement

Request for Proposals (RFPs) will be released on Monday, March 19 and are due back by 5 pm on Monday, April 23.

To be added to the bidder’s list, prospective bidders can contact:
Jennie Bowen at jbowen@mideastcom.org or 252-974-1815.

Information Session PowerPoint Presentation

RFP Announcement-2018

Mandatory Bidder’s Conference: Thursday, March 29 from 10 am to 12 noon, NC TeleCenter in Williamston


Documents from the Bidder’s Conference

Bidder’s Conference 2018

Q & A- Final 2018

Instructions on Required Forms and Tabs

Technical Corrections 2018

YouthEnrollments 3-6-2018

ENROLLSUMMARY AdultDW 3-6-2018

Summary Report NCWorks June to July 2017

Summary Report NCWorks 3-2018

Budget Summary Sheet

Budget Backup Sheets 2018

SOP- Programmatic Rev Sept 2016

SOP-Financial Rev Sept 2016


What We Do In Region Q

Region Q Workforce Investment Consortium, a public-private partnership, administers a five county system of workforce development programs that prepare citizens for the workforce including those who are facing economic disadvantage, job loss, and other barriers to employment. Serving Beaufort, Bertie, Hertford, Martin and Pitt Counties, these programs also provide a central point for businesses for listing jobs, applicant screening and development of training systems. The Region Q Workforce Development Board (WDB) develops policy and oversees these programs.

Region Q provides high support training and other services that result in increased employment and earnings, increased educational and occupational skills and decreased welfare dependency. The cornerstone of the programs is a system of NC Works Career Centers. These Centers are part of a statewide network designed to improve the quality of the workforce as well as the state’s competitiveness in the global economy. The Centers and the related Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs are administered through the Mid-East Commission, a regional planning and development commission established by state statute that provides leadership in identifying regional issues and solving regional problems.


Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

Committed equal opportunity employer/programs.