Provider of WIOA Services in Alamance, Montgomery, Moore & Randolph Counties
Provider of Community Respite Services in Richmond County
Building Families Today...For Better Communities Tomorrow
Providing Community Support Through Employment, Training and Placement Services
Personalized Job Placement & Employment Programs
Join the workforce today with individualized job placement and employment programs from Richmond Community Support Center Inc. servicing most of the Regional Partnership Worforce Development Board Local Area.
The goals of our Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs are:
To increase employment, as measured by entry into unsubsidized employment
To increase retention in unsubsidized employment six months after entry into employment
To increase earnings received in unsubsidized employment for dislocated workers
To enhance customer satisfaction for participants and for employers
Employment goals are measured using Unemployment Insurance Wage Records systems.
Customer satisfaction goals are measured by sampling.
NC Works Career Centers links you to job opportunities in your communities. There are three levels to this service:
Core - Outreach, job search, placement assistance and labor market information available to all job seekers
Intensive - Comprehensive assessments, development of individual employment plan, counseling and career planning
Training - Individualized basic skill and occupational training to help you select an appropriate training program from a qualified training provider
We provide supportive services, such as transportation, child care, dependent care, housing, and needs-related payments under certain circumstances to allow an individual to participate in the program.
Rapid response services are also available at the employment site for employers and workers who are expected to lose their jobs as a result of company closings and mass layoffs.
Those affected by layoffs created by international trade may access information and services under the Trade Act programs. States are responsible for program management and operations, including enrollment, service delivery, and certification of training providers.
All adults (18 and up) and dislocated workers are eligible for core services. Priority for intensive and training services must be given to recipients of public assistance and other individuals where funds are limited.
Employed adults can also receive services to obtain or retain employment that allows for self-sufficiency. State and local areas are responsible for establishing procedures for applying the priority and self-sufficiency requirements.
Contact us at 855-203-9248 in most of the
Regional Partnership Worforce Development Board Local Area