We’re hot, hot, hot in the media!

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We’re hot, hot, hot in the media!

Charlotte Works continues to garner positive media coverage:

The Charlotte Observer included Charlotte Works in “Groups that work with the unemployed expect an influx of people looking for help,” an article that explored the anticipated effects of the loss of federal extended unemployment benefits for thousands of Mecklenburg County residents (June 22).

News 14 Carolina produced a lengthy piece on the opening of German nonprofit GIZ’s first office in the United States at Charlotte Works. It aired several times throughout the day on the cable news channel and is available for viewing on the website by registered Time Warner Cable customers (June 25).

Steve Partridge, president & CEO, was quoted in another Charlotte Observer article, “Group gives Mecklenburg a B-minus in economic opportunity.” The story described Mecklenburg’s ranking on Opportunity Nation’s Opportunity Index, a measure of a state’s and county’s opportunities (June 25).

Charlotte Works is spotlighted in Greater Charlotte Biz magazine’s 10th Annual “BizEd” issue focusing on “The World of Work.” Our profile starts on page 16 (July 2013).

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