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Human Resource Development Director
Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments
Youth Council Member
KerrTar Regional Council Of Governments
Human Resource Director Piedmont Community College PO Box 1197 Roxboro , NC 27573
Angela Webb Piedmont Community College P.O. Box 1197 Roxboro NC 27573 (336) 599-1181 Ext. 240 Fax: (336) 599-7397
Danville Register Bee | Career center holds open house
Angela Webb, director of the Human Resources Development and Workforce Investment Act program at PCC, oversees the JobLink Career Center at the college.She said the North Carolina Department of Commerce has established a system of JobLink career centers statewide.All classes and services offered through JobLink are free to unemployed North Carolina residents, Webb said.
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As Angie Webb, director of PCC's Human Resources Development (HRD) program, explained the WorkKeys and KeyTrain programs, Dr. Yim-Teo Tien Hua, a member of the Singapore delegation said, "I think I'll find out more about this.These skills are essential to the workplace, regardless of the job, said Webb, and are "what most employers want."PCC has developed a listing of workplace skills possessed by many of the unemployed and incumbent workers in Person and Caswell counties.As a result, employers can use the WorkKeys assessment system to determine the skill levels necessary for entry and performance levels in positions similar to those they have in their businesses.The college also supplies similar data to economic developers and area employers, said Webb, to be used for helping business and industry locate here or to assist employers in filling positions.Through JobLink, the college works hand in hand with the Employment Security Commission, Webb explained, and the ESC often makes referrals when job seekers discover they need additional skills in order to become employable. For those who have lost their jobs and are having financial difficulty and/or problems finding work, Webb said, the college offers EMERGE, wherein students learn basic job-seeking and retention skills while also having a group atmosphere of support to draw upon.EMERGE classes are free of charge and participants may be able to take a regular college-level class at no charge once they successfully complete the EMERGE program.In its short life of only two years, said Webb, EMERGE has served more than 500 people and has "become a way of routing people to other programs in the college."
Danville Register Bee - PCC program to help jobless
"We're trying to do something to pick people up," said Angela Webb, employment and training coordinator at PCC. A kick-off event for the program is set for 1-3 p.m. Monday at the Caswell County Recreation Center, 228 County Park Road. "It will be like a support group where they can talk to others that have been laid off," Webb said."We're hoping to get them through (this) time." According to Webb, if people have been filling out applications for three to six months, and getting turned down, they can develop a defeatist attitude. "When you come across as having a defeatist attitude, that doesn't go over well," Webb said."We're trying to prevent that from happpening." Webb said a limited number of training dollars are available to help those who would benefit from additional training. The program will run at least through June, but Webb expects it to continue longer due to the level of unemployment in the area. "We can't get them all jobs, (but we) hope we can help them stay in a positive frame of mind until they can find a job," Webb said. The program was made possible by a $60,000 federal grant through the Kerr-Tarr Regional Council of Governments. A kickoff event will also be held at the Person County Campus in Roxboro on Feb. 11 from 1-3 p.m. For more information about the program contact Angela Webb at (336) 599-1181, Ext. 239 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Emily Cropp at email@example.com or at (434) 793-2311, Ext. 3119. © 2003 Media GeneralTerms and conditions