From the Executive Director

Never before has the world of work changed so rapidly as in the last quarter century.  If this pace continues, the average skill set of an individual will be outdated quicker than ever before! In such a dynamic environment, the need to understand, influence, and even invest in the workforce is paramount to preserve the continued economic growth we have come to expect.  NCAC envisions growing our regional economy by being the workforce’s principal source for information-based career management and development resources.

We focus on the individual needs of workers while working to understand the immediate and future needs of employers.  We invest in today’s economy by providing career management tools and workforce information. Our results are measured by the advancement of individuals and employers who use the Workforce Campus as a resource for their workforce solutions.  No two individuals or businesses have the same need, but by understanding each, we can design a network of resources that are easily accessed, uniquely designed and efficient.

In order to provide a skilled workforce that supports business and economic growth in the Region, NCAC seeks to serve our customers in the most efficient manner possible.  

We invite you to comment on our blog posts, ask questions and share your experiences.  Please check our blog frequently for information about our workshops, career advice, event announcement, news, trends and much more.

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2 Comments on “From the Executive Director”

  1. Steve Hedges Says:

    I really enjoyed the workshops that I have attended. Since I changed my resume based on what I had learned from the workshop, I have gotten three interviews! I wish I had attened when I was first laid off but I thought I knew what was best.

    Jobs have changed a lot. You are required to wear more than “one hat” and that requires cross-training and skills that your primary function may not offer. as an Manufacturing Engineer for ten years, I have never been able to concentrate on one set of skills. It pays to be cross trained.

  2. That_DanRyan Says:

    Paul,

    Good to see you out in the blogosphere. Keep up the good work in serving others as they work to advance and grow their careers.

    Dan


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