Workforce Development


Career Assistance/Job Search

 

AB Tech Job Board

Goodwill Industries

Mountain Area Workforce Development Board

NC Works

 


Starting a New Business

 

AB Tech Small Business Center

Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce

Mountain BizWorks

One Million Cups – Asheville

Self Help Credit Union

The Support Center

Venture Asheville

 


Job Training and Skill Building

 

ABCCM Veterans’ Workforce Investment Program

AB Tech

Asheville GO (Green Opportunities)

Goodwill Industries

 


Unemployment Assistance

 

NC Division of Employment Security

 


Networking Opportunities

 

Asheville Affiliates

Asheville Business Networking

Business Networking International

Western North Carolina Diversity Engagement Coalition

Young Professionals of Asheville

 


Contact Information

 

Erika Germer, Workforce Development Programs Coordinator
City of Asheville Youth Leadership Academy

828-271-6116


Updated 11/04/2019

 


 

 

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