Charlotte Works is currently accepting proposals to use federal, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds for the in-school youth program, out-of-school youth program and NCWorks Career Centers operator/ service provider of adult, dislocated worker and employer WIOA services.
Complete proposals (marked original and 6 copies) in response to the RFP must be submitted by 12 p.m. on March 1, 2019 addressed to Danielle Frazier at 11301 Carmel Commons Blvd. Suite 301 Charlotte, NC 28226.
The Youth Business Connector (YBC) was developed by Charlotte Works as a collaboration among employers, schools and community organizations working together to build career education partnerships in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area.
Whether you’re a student seeking work-based learning opportunities, an employer seeking talented future employees or an educator seeking to give students valuable real-world work experience, the YBC is the place to make the connection.
Dedicate 12 to 15 hours a week to job-seekers as part of your community outreach programs. (Schedules are flexible and based on your operating hours.)
Provide a minimum of 100 square feet of heated/air-conditioned space with adequate insurance coverage, a high-speed Internet connection and electricity. (Charlotte Works will provide computers and software for job-seekers' use.)
Assist job-seekers with online job-searching, resume preparation and connections to community resources. (Charlotte Works will train volunteers and/or staff.)
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