Pitt Center Offers Nontraditional Summer Hours | Beaufort County Now | The Pitt County NCWorks Career Center, located at 3101 Bismarck Street in Greenville, will be offering nontraditional hours for summer beginning May 16.

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News Release:

    The Pitt County NCWorks Career Center, located at 3101 Bismarck Street in Greenville, will be offering nontraditional hours for summer beginning May 16. The Center's hours will be as follows: Monday through Thursday, 8:30am to 7:00pm; Fridays 8:30am to 5:00pm. The full press release is attached.

   Contact: Ashlan Sawyer Crouch
   Strategic Initiatives Coordinator
   Mid-East Commission
   Rivers East Workforce Development Board
   1502 N. Market St., Suite A
   Washington, NC 27889
    Phone: 252.974.1818
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