Employment Assistance

We’re here to help if you’re unemployed and need a job as soon as possible, looking for ways to improve your skills or wanting to launch a new career.  Learn how Human Services Supports is involved with job seekers, students, and employers:

  • Special Programs – Programs that support families that are struggling financially or already receiving some financial benefits.  This includes Work First and the FNS Employment & Training Program.
  • NCWorks Career Center – Multiple resources to help job seekers at one location.
  • Human Services Internships – Opportunities for college students.
  • Wake Area Business Advisory Council – Partnership between local employers and employment programs.

Employment Services

Work First

Work First is an employment program that helps families that are in a temporary financial crisis.  The program provides a wide range of supportive services to aid families in reaching self-sufficiency.  Qualifying families must meet basic income guidelines and other requirements.
Work First

FNS Employment & Training Program

This program provides services for families who receive FNS (EBT/Food Stamps) and are not enrolled in Work First.
FNS Employment & Training

NCWorks Career Center

Our employment team connects individuals with a variety of tools and resources.  They help people searching for a job, improving their skills or developing a career plan.
NCWorks Career Centers

Hiring Events

We coordinate hiring events that make it easy for individuals to meet multiple employers at one time.
Hiring Events

Human Services Internships

We partner with many colleges and universities to offer unpaid internships to students working toward degrees in a variety of professional disciplines.
Learn about HS Internships

Wake Area Business Advisory Council

Members of the business community and service agencies provide leadership and direction to this partnership, creating win-wins for employers and employment training programs.
Wake Area Business Advisory Council