North Carolina public libraries
are a key resource during tough economic times. Libraries assist customers in locating job opportunities, learning new computer skills, exploring educational avenues, researching business opportunities, and preparing their financial future.
The Benefit Bank of North Carolina
can provide free assistance with food and nutrition services, applying for federal student aid, Work First family assistance, federal and state tax filing, voter registration, Medicaid and Medicare Rx prescription assistance.
N.C. Foreclosure Prevention Fund
helps North Carolina homeowners who are struggling to pay their mortgage due to job loss or other temporary financial hardship that occurred on or after January 1, 2008.
The Fund provides assistance at no cost to you.
Education and Training Resources
– If you have been approved to receive training services through the Workforce Investment Act, then this site will help you locate a training provider in your local area.
N.C. Community Colleges
– A directory of Community Colleges in North Carolina that includes information on admission, testing, financial aid, available classes and more.
College Foundation of North Carolina
- Helping you plan, apply and pay for college.
See more education and training resources