| SOICC, North Carolina's Career Resource Network (NC CRN)|
NC CRN provides career information as well as career development products and services for the state's youth, adults, and the workforce development professionals who assist them with career decision making. SOICC's Career Resource Network web site presents information to help plan and manage careers. Resources include self-assessments, occupational exploration tools, information about employment trends and education options and job search tips. It also includes resources for educational and career development professionals.
| Educational Institutions|
Curriculum programs offered by the University of North Carolina System (UNC) and the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS).
| Wage Rate Information|
Occupational Employment and Wages (OES) program annual survey provides information on employment and wages by occupation for North Carolina and selected geographies. Data available from the survey include the estimated number of workers, an estimated entry wage, average wage and experienced wage by occupation.
| Occupations Requiring a License|
Occupations Requiring A License in North Carolina reports on occupational licensing, certification and registration requirements in North Carolina. More than 140 occupational job descriptions listing education and experience criteria are highlighted. Application, examination and fee information are presented. The responsible licensing board's address and phone numbers are included. The study also includes a list of occupations offering apprenticeship training. Limited certification, registration and reciprocity data are also provided.
| Job Seeking Skills Handbook|
What to ask a potential employer, what an employer might ask, interview preparation checklist, and more.
A resource site dedicated to the recruitment of teaching professionals for public schools in North Carolina.
| NC State Training Accountability and Reporting System (NC STARS)|
NC STARS is an Internet-based, interactive application to be used by training providers to submit their applications to provide WIA funded training, by local workforce boards when reviewing and certifying eligible training providers and by individuals seeking training in a particular area of the state or a specific occupation. Information in this system will be available to all citizens of the state without regard to WIA eligibility.