Martin County NCWorks Career Center Relocates to Martin Community College Campus | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

    Washington, N.C. - The Martin County NCWorks Career Center, currently located at 407 E Boulevard in Williamston, will be relocating to the campus of Martin Community College. The current location will close on May 24, 2022. The Center will reopen to the public on the campus of Martin Community College in Building 1, Room 12 on June 1, 2022. Martin Community College is located at 1161 Kehukee Park Road in Williamston.

    The Martin County NCWorks Career Center hours are Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Customers may text ASSIST to 252.618.0606 to receive assistance outside of those hours.

    Jennie Bowen, Workforce Development Director states, "We are excited to enhance our partnership and have our NCWorks Center co-located on the main campus of Martin Community College. We have been co-located at the MCC-Bertie Campus for almost two years, and have seen how this move will allow our customers to receive more seamless career and training services between NCWorks and Martin Community College."

    The board's office is located at 1502 N. Market St., Suite A in Washington. For more information, call 252.974.1815.

   Contact: Jennie Bowen
   Workforce Development Director
   Phone: (252) 974-1815
Go Back

Leave a Guest Comment

Your Name or Alias
Your Email Address ( your email address will not be published)
Enter Your Comment ( no code or urls allowed, text only please )

Quality Partnerships News and Information, The Region, Neighboring Counties New Vision


Latest Neighboring Counties

ECU medical students learn where they will complete residency training
Fraternity brothers, friends are in the business of ECU
Students, staff provide helping hands across the state over spring break
ECU boat building class fosters friendships, teaching exchange
Annually thousands of people (over 15,000 in 2022) participate in the North Carolina Fossil Festival in Aurora, N.C. Participation reflects the fact that fossil hunting has become a popular activity for thousands of individuals and families across the region and nation
No provisional ballots were cast in the March 7 election for two Town of Dobson Commissioner seats in Surry County.
The proposed measure House Bill 99 would make Wake County commissioner races nonpartisan and elect commissioners by the voters in their districts rather than the entire county.
Political science, Honors Scholar studying abroad in London, interning at Parliament
ECU nursing faculty, staff support care for student's adopted newborn


Mystery service trips take students into eastern NC communities
ECU-developed game uses tech to teach nursing, medical students
Immerse yourself in popular music and dance showing through Feb. 26
Sports studies students gain from volunteering at Super Bowl mega event
Horse therapy offers promise for neurodivergent kids, young adults
Inaugural dental collaborative cohort earns key takeaways in caring for young patients
ECU engineering student enjoys internship with one of NASCAR’s top teams
ECU awarded top honor in campus internationalization
ECU will provide mental health services for youth with $3.2 million United Health Foundation grant


Visit brings Army special operations leaders to ECU for wisdom sharing
Newly elected Pender County Board of Commissioners member Jimmy Tate is stepping aside. In an interview with WECT in Wilmington, Tate claims he has experienced both racist and homophobic comments from fellow commission members.
ECU experts say openness, empathy build foundations for friendship
Service League endowment is natural progression of volunteers’ dedication
ECU trustees learn more about student persistence, industry partnerships
ECU partners with communities to open children’s advocacy center in Mount Olive
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed a trial court ruling for Dare County in a dispute over COVID restrictions.
Student research project, performance explore healing from trauma


Back to Top