|About||NCWorks Career Center Asheville - connecting job seekers to employers.|
|Mission||To provide job seekers the opportunity to assess their skills, improve their skills, and get the best job possible with their skills.|
|Description||NCWorks Career Center Asheville is a partnership between a number of agencies providing employment and training programs and services. Staff members from each of these agencies work together in order to provide a wide range of services in one location.|
CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
This certification signifies that the NCWorks Career Center Asheville has satisfied all requirements and standards established by the North Carolina Commission on Workforce Development for quality customer service.
JOB SEEKER SERVICES
Job listings, resume building and job matching on ncworks.gov
Employer Interview Days and Job Fairs
Workshops and seminars on completing online applications, writing a resume, preparing for interviews, and career networking in person and via social media.
Career counseling and advising.
Computer Resource Room for internet job search, writing resumes, completing online applications and faxing applications.
Email alerts on companies currently hiring, upcoming job fairs and training opportunities.
Facebook page for daily updates.
Career assessments to assist in identifying skills, skills gaps and determining what types of work you would like to do.
Local Labor Market Information on jobs in demand as well as pay rates.
TRAINING SEEKER SERVICES
Interactive computer tutorials for strengthening skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) as well as Quickbooks, web design and development, and keyboarding.
NC Career Readiness Certificate - a portable, nationally recognized credential signed by the Governor that verifies to employers you have the skills needed for the job.
Career Ready 101 - gain skills in Math, Reading and Locating Information to prepare for earning a NC Career Readiness Certificate (NCCRC), as well as essential skills needed in the workplace such as Teamwork, Customer Service, Observation, Problem Solving, Communication, Business Etiquette, Phone Skills and Applied Technology.
Video training via the Internet on the most recent versions of a variety of computer software programs, as well as creative and business skills needed for achieving your professional goals.
Financial assistance with short-term and long-term training programs at local community colleges.
On-The-Job Training programs.
Job Listings – post jobs on www.ncworks.gov at no charge. (Job postings can be staff assisted or self managed).