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To meet the need for a more technologically trained workforce, a partnership was forged between NC Works, NC Community College System, and NC Commission on Workforce Development. Contributions to the building of technical skills included apprenticeships, Six Sigma Certification, and the North Carolina Career Readiness Certificate.
The advantages of a community college education, in addition to comparatively lower cost, include programs that can offer additional job skills for current career advancement and skills for success in prospective careers. Among the fifty-eight community colleges in North Carolina profiled were Fayetteville Technical, Guilford, Edgecombe, and Pitt.