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Four new offices planned for job seekers

Area job seekers will soon have four new places to go for help.

Four new NC SHARE Network Access Points will open on June 24 at 11 a.m. to offer people help with the JobLink system. Trained volunteers will also offer people help with things like obtaining references, resume preparation and online job hunting.

The four access points are a partnership between Capital Area Workforce Development Board, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Division of Employment and Training, Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships and North Carolina Division of Workforce Development. They will be located at:

  • Family Life Center, Inc., 909 East Lee St., Smithfield
  • First Reformed Church of Cary, 555 SW Maynard St., Cary
  • Literacy Council of Wake County, 916 West Morgan St., Raleigh
  • The Life Enrichment Center, Inc., 3805 Tarheel Club Road, Raleigh
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