Assuring that the workforce in Davidson County match the skills needed by employers to help them thrive and grow.
Everyday we help more people and businesses across Davidson County gain access to programs and services needed to build a skilled and motivated workforce.
Our board is led by local employers to ensure that our resources reflect the workforce needs of our community.
Our assessment process for all job seekers helps determine the path to a successful career for each individual.
DavidsonWorks, a Workforce Development Board (WDB), is a partnership of public and private resources that provides workforce development solutions for individuals and businesses. Our vision is to stimulate economic growth by providing a skilled workforce that exceeds business needs for today and tomorrow. We help businesses locate, screen, select and train workers. We assist job seekers access the resources they need to find employment.
We provide valuable tools, services and support – at little to no cost – to employers and job seekers.
DavidsonWorks consults with current or relocating businesses and economic developers to deliver customized workforce development solutions. We can help businesses and individuals navigate a frequently complex network of education, government and private-sector resources to build a workforce that meets current and future needs, and boosts competitiveness and profitability.
A Regional Partnership TriadWorks is a consortium of five Workforce Development Boards in the North Carolina Triad who are committed to identifying and implementing regional solutions to support a globally competitive, highly skilled, forward-looking workforce. TriadWorks serves 14 counties in the west-central part of the state: Alamance, Caswell, Davie, Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry and Yadkin.