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One of the goals of the Career Readiness Certificate is to Increase Workforce Readiness in Duplin County.

Are you Career Ready?

One of the goals of the Career Readiness Certificate is to Increase Workforce Readiness in Duplin County.

Employers state that a major factor in the decision to come to Duplin County (or for that matter whether to stay here) is the quality of the workforce.

Duplin County needs a skilled workforce

  • that can keep up with employer demands.
  • that can adapt quickly to the changing demands of the global workplace.
  • that knows how to use information, how to think analytically, how to work in teams and how to use technology.

Duplin County's most important asset is our human resources - that means YOU! How can you prove that you have the skills necessary to be work-ready and career-ready? The Career Readiness Certification helps to ensure a community workforce that is prepared for the jobs of the future, as well as for the jobs that sustain the current economic base. NC's Career Readiness Certification is a recognizable skills credential that facilitates job placement, retention, and advancement. NC's CRC is part of the National Career Readiness initiative.

CRC is based on WorkKeys. WorkKeys is a series of work-based asessments that can be used by any individual concerned about their own employability skills or by any employer concerned about the employability skills of the current or future workforce. The test results provide valuable information for individuals, employers, schools, colleges, state and local governments, and training programs.

Taheshia B. Hobbs
CRC Coordinator
p: (910) 296-2461
e: /work-keys

Patricia Underwood
CE Senior Administrative Assistant
p: (910) 296-2080
e: /work-keys

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