The mission of the Alamance Chamber is to enhance the welfare of business and to promote and stimulate economic vitality in the Alamance County area for the benefit of its investors and the community. Support of the existing companies in Alamance County is a key component of the economic development activities of the Chamber; one of the biggest components to a company’s success is the quality of their workforce. Alamance County has multiple resources to assist with your workforce training needs.
The largest, and most recognized is the North Carolina Customized Training Program. North Crolina was the first in the nation to develop training programs as part of the state’s economic development recruitment efforts. Services are provided through the NC Community College System. Read more about Customized Training at Alamance Community College.
The NC Works system of Career Centers throughout the state provides various services to industry. NC Works can assist local employers with finding the right employees; and taking it a step further, assisting to connect with training programs and funding if the candidate needs additional skills prior to employment. In addition, NC Works can assist in recruitment and candidate screening.
Additional Workforce Resources
Many other resources are available ranging from apprenticeships to incumbent worker training and accessing veterans to Vocational Rehabilitation programs. Interested in learning more? Click below to view a copy of our Workforce Resources Guide. We have compiled the various local and state resources into one guide with descriptions, contact information, websites, and highlights of what each agency or company provides. We hope this guide may help identify a resource, program or service that may help with your current or future workforce.