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Project New Start Helps Solar, Electrical, Construction Trade Employers Find Skilled Workers

    The Family Resource Center South Atlantic provides resources and training in partnership with the Center for Energy Education and Halifax Community College to meet the needs of local employers.

    Learn more HERE.

Golden LEAF Announces Requests for Proposals, Job Posting To Support Implementation of Key Components of the Strategic Plan

    Proposals sought from organizations to provide technical assistance for new site development program and to administer revised internship opportunities for Golden LEAF scholars.

    Learn more HERE.

Cumberland Grow Helps Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, and Carpentry Trade Employers Fill Positions

    Fayetteville Technical Community College's partnership with the Cumberland County District Attorney and local law enforcement has led to employment outcomes for nearly all program participants.

    Learn more HERE.

Golden LEAF Scholarship Alumni Spotlight: Chentell Parker

    Hoke County native Chentell Parker is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Greater Vision Counseling and Consulting in Hoke County. She received her undergraduate degree from UNC - Chapel Hill and her graduate degree from Howard University.

    Learn more HERE.

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