You are cordially invited to the 2022 Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments Annual Banquet & Awards Ceremony. This year’s event will be held Thursday, September 22 in Warren County. Click the invitation below to register.
On August 1, 2022, NCWorks will consolidate its Granville County and Vance County NCWorks Career Center offices and open a new, expanded location at 826 Garnett Street in Henderson. After July 22, 2022, the locations at 111 Hilltop Village in Oxford and 857 S. Beckford Drive in Henderson will no longer be operational, and all in-person appointments will be moved to the new Garnett Street location. The new Center will be open to the public beginning August 1, 2022.
This move will allow residents of Franklin, Granville, Person, Vance, and Warren counties to access a unified NCWorks Career Center, increasing the availability of onsite services aimed at assisting jobseekers and employers. Career Center services will continue to be available in all 5 counties of the Kerr-Tar region through in-person access points at workforce partner locations or virtually, by appointment or on a limited schedule.
The new NCWorks Career Center will maintain the previous locations’ hours of operation which are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and Thursday from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm.
For more information about NCWorks Career Center in-person or virtual services, call the Center at 252-438-6129 or visit www.ncworks.gov.
The Kerr-Tar Workforce Development Board administers federally funded programs that connect talent to jobs through training opportunities, jobseeker assistance, and services to employers.
The April 2022 Kerr-Tar COG Newsletter is finally here! This one is FULL of important information, so be sure to take some time to read through all the content. Click HERE to read.
Show how you can help keep the air clean for Earth Day this year! The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) has officially launched the 5th Annual “Keep Our Air Clean” Student Art Contest, where students in North Carolina from kindergarten through high school can submit their artwork for a chance to be featured on billboards across the state!
Students’ artwork should focus on actions that people can take to reduce air pollution from vehicles and help keep our air clean. Examples include walking, biking, using public transportation, carpooling, using electric vehicles or biofuels, and more. Please make artwork family-friendly, non-partisan and non-copyrighted. You can learn about the alternatives at cleantransportation.org or fuelwhatmatters.org or see examples from past winners and best practices for art submissions here.
Submissions will be accepted through Monday, April 25. Please read the rules below to find out how to submit your artwork. Public voting will begin on Wednesday, April 27 and last through Wednesday, May 4 – stay tuned for a link to vote once submissions have closed!
For more information or questions please email Heather Brutz at email@example.com.
To learn more, click HERE.
The March 2022 Kerr-Tar COG Newsletter is here! It is FULL of upcoming events, deadlines, and opportunities, so be sure to take note of everything! Click HERE or click the image below to read.