• Education


    Job Data Base: www.ncworks.gov.
    A self-service job search tool. Job seekers can go in and set up a profile, upload a resume and add any skills they may have so not only can they search for jobs but employers and workforce staff can search for them by skills as well.
    All of NCWORKS services are completely free of charge and they offer a very personalized experience so if someone needs intensive services as they offer help there, too.
    Grants and scholarships are available for short term training opportunities and all other kinds of workshops and online training!
     

     
    Check out KIDS’ CONNECTION from by ARC of Wake County www.arcwake.org/kidconnect.html
    It’s a website with links to a variety of sites about sports, dancing, and more.
     
    THE ALLIANCE OF DISABILITY ADVOCATES ( http://www.alliancecil.org/) has programs for socializing, fun, and action. They meet at the Alliance’s office on 505 Oberlin Road, Suite 148. Hidden Army is for ages 30 years and younger and focuses on socializing, community action, and skill building. This group meets on the 2nd Monday of each month from 6 to 8pm.

    Study Café is an opportunity for youth with disabilities to learn study skills and to have a welcoming learning environment for completing homework and school assignments with support from tutors. This will be held the first Monday of the month from 4-6pm. For more information contact Christina Branch at Christina.branch@alliancecil.org for more information. 

     
    Looking for Affordable Housing? Have Housing Questions?
    Start with a Housing Information Session at Wake County Human Services Building.
    229 Swinburne Street, Raleigh. (located between Falstaff Road and Kidd Road)
    Hours: Monday - Friday 4:00 p,m.
    Receive a housing list and housing resources. Ask questions and get answers!
    Housing Divsion Supportive Housing Program. Call 919-212-9379

     
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