Little finds success!

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Akia Little enrolled in the Pitt County NextGen Program in 2016 at the age of 22. Little was not working and had very little work experience, but knew he needed to obtain his GED to move forward in his life.  He enrolled in the Transitional Studies Program at Pitt Community College and got his GED a month later!  Little had heard about the Career Readiness Certificate and how it helped with verifying employment skills, so he set his sights ...

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Winfield Goes Green!

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Beaufort County NextGen participant Willliam Winfield has been looking for the perfect opportunity and thanks to our On-the-Job Training Program, he has found it …. at Washington Yacht and Country Club.  Winfield joined the staff on October 26 as a Landscaper/Grounds Crew and will put his experience to work with a full-time job!  We congratulate William on his new job and were happy to assist him and the Country Club. For more information on our On-the-Job Training Program and how ...

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Noel is climbing high!

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Christopher Noel is a participant in the Pitt County NextGen Program.  Christopher was recently hired by AM Communications as a Broadband/Installation Technician.  Christopher was “suited up” and climbing high on his very first day! Christopher’s position is being supported by our On-the-Job Training Program.  We wish Christopher much success in his new adventure!!   For more information, please feel free to visit your local NCWorks Career Center.

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Pitt County NextGen On the Move!

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Pitt County NextGen participants were joined by staff from the Region Q WDB and Pitt Community College on their recent visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.

According to the Museum’s official website, “The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. It was established by Act of Congress in 2003, following decades of efforts to promote ...

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Moore finds Success!

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Shaqwanda came to NCWorks as a single mother working part-time, barely making ends meet.  She knew she had to make a change.  Shaqwanda knew she loved working with the public and accepted an On-the-Job Training opportunity with Metropolitan Property Management in the Accounting/Reception Department. Shaqwanda began working at Metropolitan in February of 2017 and became a full-time employee in July.

While working at Metropolitan, Shaqwanda learned their filing systems, data entry system, to manage rental properties, state and federal laws pertaining ...

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