The NCWorks center in Warrenton is currently closed in order to protect the health of customers and staff. While not serving customers in-person, we will continue to provide services virtually and by phone. Please call 919-693-2686 or send an email to NCWorks.email@example.com to receive staff-assisted services, whether you are a jobseeker or an employer. You may also continue to access NCWorks Online at www.ncworks.gov.
NCWorks Career Centers are not actually “unemployment offices,” and we do not process Unemployment Insurance claims. We do help unemployed jobseekers to find new jobs. Currently, you do not need to visit NCWorks to file an unemployment insurance claim. To apply for unemployment benefits, visit www.des.nc.gov or call: 888-737-0259.
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For Immediate Release
Jan. 21, 2020
Marty Homan firstname.lastname@example.org (919) 707-2665
Public Comment Opportunity for Future NCDOT Division 5 Projects
DURHAM – Area residents will get a chance to provide input on what transportation projects they would like to see included in the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s 10-Year transportation plan for 2023-2032.
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Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments, in conjunction with our regional partners is pleased to announce a Regional Economic Development Summit, Focus 20/20. The event will feature author and community facilitator, Mr. Doug Griffiths. He is the author of, 13 Ways to Kill Your Community, where he identifies the challenges and opportunities communities face. His book is filled with stories applicable to many cities and towns across the United States.
Doug asserts our biggest challenge is not that we lack good plans, but that we lack the right perspective and attitudes. That is why Doug helps communities identify what is holding them back from finding success, and then helps them overcome it. Then, he helps to build them back up and works with them to find their pathway to success.
Doug’s passion lies in building strong communities, because within strong communities leadership can succeed, businesses can prosper, and families can find great quality of lives.
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