Valuable career services from your local Career Center
Scholarships for Workforce Training Services, in addition to a number of other valuable career services, can be provided to qualified individuals through the Adult and Dislocated Worker Program offered at your local NCWorks Career Center. All program services are provided through one-on-one consultation with a WIOA Case Manager who determines eligibility.
Depending on need and funding availability, financial assistance may be provided for tuition, books, fees, supplies and other support services. Support services include transportation, childcare, background checks, uniforms, tools, immunizations, and certification exam costs.
Individuals who have demonstrated that they are not able to obtain or retain self-sufficient employment may be eligible to receive training services. The selected training program must be approved by the local Workforce Development Board and be directly linked to employment opportunities locally, or in an area where the participant is willing to relocate.
In order to determine eligibility, visit your local NCWorks Career Center and ask to speak to a career counselor prior to signing up for any training opportunities.