Our mission is to help employers meet their workforce needs, and help individuals find jobs and build careers.

DavidsonWorks serves individuals and businesses within our area by providing access to the programs and services that help employers find and train the best employees, and alternatively help individuals gain training and education to become more employable. Our offerings are multi-faceted and we collaborate with a multitude of businesses, educational and training institutions, community agencies, as well as regional and state government representatives. Our work reaches adults seeking more meaningful careers, dislocated workers aiming to regain employment, and youth focused on getting the right start.

DavidsonWorks is made up of a group of community and business leaders appointed by local elected officials. Additionally, we are locally staffed by individuals with years of experience in our specific local and regional economy.


A Regional Partnership

TriadWorks is a consortium of five Workforce Development Boards. (DavidsonWorks, GuilfordWorks, Northwest Piedmont WDB and Regional Partnership WDB) TriadWorks serves 14 counties in the west-central part of the state including Alamance, Caswell, Davie Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, and Yadkin.

By collaborating regionally, TriadWorks can leverage the effectiveness of the WDBs in maximizing and matching the productivity and skills of the available workforce with the business and industry partners in the area.  TriadWorks fosters relationships between all the committed stakeholders to strive for common goals and to become a catalyst for change.

To find out more about TriadWorks visit www.triadworks.org

If you have questions or would like more information please contact Pam Walton at Pam.Walton@DavidsonCountyNC.gov



DavidsonWorks is one of 23 Workforce Development Boards (WDB) within the State of North Carolina aimed at connecting talent to jobs. The federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides funds that support the program and activities of North Carolina’s Workforce Development Boards.   North Carolina’s WDBs are partnered with the North Carolina Division of Workforce Solutions, a division of the Department of Commerce, which is designated by the Governor to be the state administrative entity that receives funds under the federal WIOA. The program offers opportunities for adults, veterans, and youth.  Through the work at the local WDB level we help employers find the qualified talent they need to insure their business prospers.