Triangle South Workforce Board
Looking for a job in North Carolina? Your NCWorks Career Center will give you the tools you need to succeed.
Your career center can help you find work, improve your skills and connect you to other resources to help you prepare for interviews and make a good impression on employers. The following services are offered to job seekers, at no charge:
- Career assessment and guidance
- Access to training and education programs
- Job Fairs and Workshops
- Labor Market Information
- Assistance with searching for jobs
- Resume and cover letter preparation
- Practice interviewing for jobs
- Free computer and Internet access
- Help registering with and using NCWorks Online
Career centers also offer special programs to help the following populations find jobs:
- Young Adults
- Migrant farm workers
- Former offenders
Virtual One Stop Services
- For access to our NCWorks Career Center virtual services, visit NCWorks.gov.
- Job seekers can use NCWorks Online to apply for jobs, seek training opportunities, and learn about advancing their careers.
NCWorks Online offers the following advantages to job seekers:
- Search job postings pulled from thousands of job-search websites.
- Find training programs in the area.
- Learn how to transition to another career by studying the skills required in that industry and hearing from people who have already made that transition.
- Track the status of an application after it’s been submitted to an employer.
- Import professional information directly from a LinkedIn profile.
- Study real-time information on the labor market, including wage and labor projections.
- Share a job post through social media.
Are you looking for talented workers in North Carolina? Your NCWorks Career Center can help your business find the right people for the jobs you need done.
NCWorks Career Centers help employers find, train, and retain qualified employees. Each center provides services to help local businesses at no cost, including the following:
- Job applicant screening and qualified candidate referrals
- Valuable and up-to-date labor market facts and projections, such as wages
- Information on tax credits for hiring particular groups of workers
- Space to conduct job interviews
- Help arranging job fairs
- Workshops on employer-related subjects
- Reference library
- Employee training resources
- Layoff/closure prevention services for employers
- Information about Federal Bonding (insurance for hiring at-risk workers)
Employers can also train employees through different programs that are designed to improve the skills of workers.
For more information, visit our Business Programs page.
Virtual One Stop Services
The state’s official job search website, NCWorks Online, gives employers the ability to search for candidates based on their skills, work experience, and resumes.
Businesses can also take advantage of real-time information on the labor market, contact and save their favorite candidates, and find local training programs for their workers.
Each of our NCWorks Career Centers provides access to several community partners that provide a large array of services to meet your needs. Community partners include:
- WIOA Title I Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs
- WIOA Title I Youth Program (NextGen)
- WIOA Title II Adult Education and Literacy
- WIOA Title III Wagner-Peyser
- WIOA Title IV Vocational Rehabilitation
- Trade Adjustment Assistance
- Department of Social Services
- NC Division of Services for the Blind
- JVSG Veteran Services
- National Caucus and Center on Black Aging, Inc.
- Unemployment Insurance
- Trio Programs
- Former Offender Initiatives
- Urban Housing Development
- Johnston, Lee, Harnett Community Action
- Senior Community Service Employment Program
- Sanford Housing Authority
- Lee County Industries (/)
- Lee County Enrichment Center
- County of Lee Transit System
- HARTS – Harnett Area Rural Transit System
- Think Smart Outreach Center
- Dunn Police Athletic League
- Public School Systems