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LiNC-IT, a state-developed internship program for people with autism, is at the forefront of an effort to bring more neurodiversity into the workplace
LiNC-IT, a state-developed internship program for people with autism, is at the forefront of an effort to bring more neurodiversity into the workplace
 
Honors College opens doors to transfer students
 
Today, Vice President Mike Pence will visit a well-known school in Apex to highlight to the Trump Administration's firm commitment to providing educational opportunities to all North Carolinians and following the guidance of medical experts to reopen schools for our children in person learning.
Today, Vice President Mike Pence will visit a well-known school in Apex to highlight to the Trump Administration's firm commitment to providing educational opportunities to all North Carolinians and following the guidance of medical experts to reopen schools for our children in person learning.
 
When the legislature set April 28 as the return date for this legislative session, no one could have imagined this session would be so different from any that has ever come before.
When the legislature set April 28 as the return date for this legislative session, no one could have imagined this session would be so different from any that has ever come before.
 
WTAS: Business Leaders Pledge to Create More Opportunities for Workers Across the Country
 
A bill N.C. lawmakers passed in late June aims to help 2 million residents get a postsecondary degree or certificate by 2030.
A bill N.C. lawmakers passed in late June aims to help 2 million residents get a postsecondary degree or certificate by 2030.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released a policy paper and a Request for Information (RFI) to invite feedback on the Healthy Opportunities Pilots — a groundbreaking program that will test and evaluate the impact of integrating evidence-based, non-medical services
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released a policy paper and a Request for Information (RFI) to invite feedback on the Healthy Opportunities Pilots — a groundbreaking program that will test and evaluate the impact of integrating evidence-based, non-medical services
 
Where is the best place to find good employment opportunities in the technology industry? According to a new study by the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), it’s not Silicon Valley. It’s North Carolina.
Where is the best place to find good employment opportunities in the technology industry? According to a new study by the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), it’s not Silicon Valley. It’s North Carolina.
 
Apprenticeships Are Not a Silver Bullet
 
Over the last two years, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) has worked across the aisle to advance policies that support and benefit military families.
Over the last two years, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) has worked across the aisle to advance policies that support and benefit military families.
 
North Carolina families should have an easier time finding K-12 education options thanks to a new web application launched by Parents for Education Freedom in North Carolina, an organization that supports expansion of school choice across the state
North Carolina families should have an easier time finding K-12 education options thanks to a new web application launched by Parents for Education Freedom in North Carolina, an organization that supports expansion of school choice across the state
 
Governor Pat McCrory joined nearly 300 state government and military leaders at a summit today to encourage hiring veterans in state government. The summit was part of Governor McCrory's efforts to make North Carolina the most military and veteran-friendly state in the nation by connecting...
Governor Pat McCrory joined nearly 300 state government and military leaders at a summit today to encourage hiring veterans in state government. The summit was part of Governor McCrory's efforts to make North Carolina the most military and veteran-friendly state in the nation by connecting...
 
Today, the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee approved a "megabus" bill (S.425) that includes three bipartisan bills introduced by Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) aimed at improving educational opportunities for veterans and their families. On Veterans Day, two of these bills were endorsed by...
Today, the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee approved a "megabus" bill (S.425) that includes three bipartisan bills introduced by Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) aimed at improving educational opportunities for veterans and their families. On Veterans Day, two of these bills were endorsed by...
 
Growing up in Fuquay-Varina in the 1960s, Sheilah Cotten's only chance to participate in competitive sports before she entered high school was retrieving foul balls during boys' baseball games.
Growing up in Fuquay-Varina in the 1960s, Sheilah Cotten's only chance to participate in competitive sports before she entered high school was retrieving foul balls during boys' baseball games.
 
Entrepreneurship programs are spreading rapidly across America and are attracting a growing number of students. But one question keeps coming up: Is it really possible to teach entrepreneurship?
Entrepreneurship programs are spreading rapidly across America and are attracting a growing number of students. But one question keeps coming up: Is it really possible to teach entrepreneurship?
 
It was early on a Friday morning, but East Carolina University nutrition student Kara Massotti was wide awake and focused on her patient at ECU's Family Medicine Center. George Broussard needed to keep better track of his calories, and the recommended tool was a smart phone application.
It was early on a Friday morning, but East Carolina University nutrition student Kara Massotti was wide awake and focused on her patient at ECU's Family Medicine Center. George Broussard needed to keep better track of his calories, and the recommended tool was a smart phone application.
 
At the top of the chain of command at Beaufort County Community College is the Board of Trustees, which sets policy for the college and is composed of members of the community.
At the top of the chain of command at Beaufort County Community College is the Board of Trustees, which sets policy for the college and is composed of members of the community.
 
Results from an employer survey recently released by the University of North Carolina system suggest that graduates of the state's 16 public universities - especially those from less selective schools - are deficient in terms of their written and oral communication, work ethic, and workplace...
Results from an employer survey recently released by the University of North Carolina system suggest that graduates of the state's 16 public universities - especially those from less selective schools - are deficient in terms of their written and oral communication, work ethic, and workplace...
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed two bills into law today to support veterans and military families through in-state tuition at University of North Carolina (UNC) system universities and North Carolina Community Colleges and by improving job opportunities for veterans by extending the time period...
Governor Pat McCrory signed two bills into law today to support veterans and military families through in-state tuition at University of North Carolina (UNC) system universities and North Carolina Community Colleges and by improving job opportunities for veterans by extending the time period...
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today the release of a new NC4VETS printed resource guide and new updated website that focuses on federal VA benefits as well as opportunities for employment, education, health care, housing and personal services for North Carolina veterans.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today the release of a new NC4VETS printed resource guide and new updated website that focuses on federal VA benefits as well as opportunities for employment, education, health care, housing and personal services for North Carolina veterans.
 
Governor Pat McCrory's senior education adviser, Eric Guckian, has sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Thomas Wheeler urging the FCC to act now to expand E-Learning opportunities for North Carolina students.
Governor Pat McCrory's senior education adviser, Eric Guckian, has sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Thomas Wheeler urging the FCC to act now to expand E-Learning opportunities for North Carolina students.
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued an executive order today that requires equal employment opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, disability and genetic information.
Governor Pat McCrory issued an executive order today that requires equal employment opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, disability and genetic information.
 
Governor Pat McCrory joined the governors of Maryland, Mississippi, Oregon and Virginia today in a bipartisan call for federal support of E-Learning opportunities.
Governor Pat McCrory joined the governors of Maryland, Mississippi, Oregon and Virginia today in a bipartisan call for federal support of E-Learning opportunities.
 
This week’s Bad Bill is thankfully just a joint resolution, but is important to spotlight as it advocates a topic that continues to be hotly debated both here in NC and nationwide. SJR 838, sponsored by Sens. Earline Parmon (D-Forsyth) , Don Davis (D-Greene) and Angela Bryant (D-Halifax) is a...
This week’s Bad Bill is thankfully just a joint resolution, but is important to spotlight as it advocates a topic that continues to be hotly debated both here in NC and nationwide. SJR 838, sponsored by Sens. Earline Parmon (D-Forsyth) , Don Davis (D-Greene) and Angela Bryant (D-Halifax) is a...
 
Most people think of occupations requiring licenses as those like medicine and law. North Carolina, however, has made it state's business to certify auctioneers, barbers, librarians, manicurists, and over a hundred others.
Most people think of occupations requiring licenses as those like medicine and law. North Carolina, however, has made it state's business to certify auctioneers, barbers, librarians, manicurists, and over a hundred others.
 
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