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.@CouncilNC is always hard at work advocating and providing resources to women and youth across the state! Today, we were able to pull a few away from their duties to snap a quick photo for #WearPurpleDay. #DVAM
Today is #WearPurpleDay at @NCDOA in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Secretary Cashwell and members of leadership team showing support and spreading awareness. #DVAM
To view additional stats from the Status of Women in NC Reports visit the @CouncilNC website for more information: ncadmin.nc.gov/advocacy/women… #NationalBusinessWomensWeek #MEDMonth
Learn how you can help. Visit the @CouncilNC website for details: ncadmin.nc.gov/advocacy/women… #DVAM
For a list of domestic violence programs and resources, visit the @CouncilNC website for information: ncadmin.nc.gov/dvprograms. You may also call the national hotline at 1-800-799-7233. #DVAM
Hear @CouncilNC Deputy Director Charnessa Ridley discuss services provided by the NC Council for Women and Youth Involvement during Triangle Empowered interview with @TheLightNC. #DVAM twitter.com/TheLightNC/sta…
Want to learn more about the Commission? Visit the @CouncilNC website for information: ncadmin.nc.gov/advocacy/women…
It's hard to lead the agency that serves as the business manager for North Carolina state government if you're down with the flu. That's why Secretary Pam Cashwell got her flu shot today. #WoohooNoFlu
.@NC_Governor Cooper today ordered all US and NC flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff immediately through sunset Friday, October 22, 2021 in honor of General Colin Powell, who passed away today, October 18. Read more here: bit.ly/3n89rOq
State Human Resources Director Barbara Gibson, NC Commission of Indian Affairs Exec Director Greg Richardson and CPM Program Manager Reed Altman today commended 36 public sector employees who completed the rigorous Certified Professional Manager Program: bit.ly/3mZUiia
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Resources are just a click of a mouse or phone call away! If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence visit the @CouncilNC website for information: ncadmin.nc.gov/dvprograms. You may also call the national hotline at 1-800-799-7233. #DVAM
This week is #CybersecurityCareerAwarenessWeek! The cybersecurity field has something for everyone. Cyber professionals make real-world impacts by developing unique solutions in a dynamic industry. Learn more: niccs.cisa.gov #CybersecurityAwarenessMonth #CyberSecureNC
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State Agency employees can learn about NCFlex pre-tax benefits through the new Virtual Benefits Fair! Scan the QR code with your phone for easy access.
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Wherever you are #walking, keep alert at all times. Don’t use or be distracted by electronic devices that take your eyes (and ears) off the road. Visit #WalkSmartNC to learn how to keep yourself and others safe: bit.ly/3mn7e1o
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Don't suffer in silence. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence visit the @CouncilNC website for information: ncadmin.nc.gov/dvprograms. You may also call the national hotline at 1-800-799-7233. #DVAM
Hear @CouncilNC, Bernetta Thigpen, northern piedmont region director, discuss domestic violence awareness during Triangle Empowered interview with @TheLightNC Melissa Wade. #DVAM twitter.com/TheLightNC/sta…
Celebrating local artist for #HispanicHeritageMonth! Today's featured art is by Carolina Corona. The title of the painting is Pisces.
Celebrating #HispanicHeritageMonth and @NCDOA employees! Meet Iris Ramirez Reese, manager of @nc_huboffice new Small Business Enterprise Program.
For a list of domestic violence programs and resources, visit the @CouncilNC website for information: ncadmin.nc.gov/dvprograms. You may also call the national hotline at 1-800-799-7233. #DVAM
For social service workers, educators, court employees & others who work with American Indian child welfare issues, we have info that may help. Check out the webinar series "Help Our Indian Children Be Healthy" each Thursday in October. ncadmin.nc.gov/public/america…
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. If you - or someone you know needs help - you can check ncadmin.nc.gov/dvprograms to find a program near you. Or call the national hotline at 1-800-799-7233. #DVAM
.@NCDOA Commission of Indian Affairs advocates for the rights of American Indian residents in NC, providing programs and services to communities across the state. Learn more: bit.ly/3oWozB1 #IndigenousPeoplesDay
.@NC_Governor Cooper today ordered all US and NC flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on October 12, 2021 in honor of U.S. Army First Lieutenant James Earl Wright. Read more here: bit.ly/3axqO5e
On #IndigenousPeoplesDay we'd like to invite you to mark your calendars for the @NCmuseumhistory's 26th annual American Indian Heritage Celebration on Sat, Nov. 20, 2021. More info: bit.ly/3AjRdy4
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Gov. Cooper has proclaimed October 11, 2021 as Indigenous Peoples' Day. Today, we honor North Carolina’s indigenous tribes and their contributions to the development of our communities, state and nation. #IndigenousPeoplesDay2021
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Shout out to US MBDA Acting National Director Miguel Estién, Rep. Deborah Ross, and the dozens of other local and state leaders and minority business owners who joined us.
Funded with a 5-year grant from U.S. Dept of Commerce, the business center provides minority-owned firms a platform to reach global and domestic markets, enhance growth, access to capital, contract opportunities and help identify strategic partners.
We are SOOO excited to open the MBDA Minority Business Development Center in the Research Triangle Park to help support minority enterprises.
.@NC_Governor Cooper proclaimed Oct. 2021 as Minority Enterprise Development Month. On Fri., Oct. 8, .@NCDOA @nc_huboffice will open a Minority Business Development Center in Research Triangle Park to help support minority enterprises. Read more here: bit.ly/3AmQFrp
.@NCDOA Commission of Indian Affairs will kick off its four-part webinar series beginning tomorrow, October 7th, to help improve health and social service disparities among American Indian youth in North Carolina. Learn more here: bit.ly/3Aget02
The Women in NC Public Service Leadership Summit is Oct. 13. Register today for this free, virtual event to hear from leaders and experts within NC public service sector and @Accenture. .@NCDOA Sec. Cashwell is a featured panelist. bit.ly/3iynnjj #PSWomenRise
Celebrating local artist for #HispanicHeritageMonth! Today's featured art is by Karen Rose of Raleigh. The title of the painting is Hondo.
.@NC_Governor Cooper today ordered all US and NC flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff beginning October 7, until sunset October 9, 2021 in honor of NC House of Representative Dana Bumgardner, who passed away on Saturday. Read more here: bit.ly/3owWRL2
.@NC_Governor Cooper has ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Monday, October 4, 2021 in honor of National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Day. Read more here: bit.ly/3uEMqWH
Join the @NCDOA Team! Now hiring: Minority Business Enterprise Specialist, Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses, bit.ly/2Ydjzgs Engineering Supervisor II, State Construction Office, bit.ly/3xqKhOQ
Celebrating #HispanicHeritageMonth and @NCDOA employees! Meet Jorham Diaz, DOA's Mail Service Center Director!
Despite the pandemic, North Carolina's manufacturing workforce maintains the lead as the largest #manufacturing workforce in the Southeastern United States. #NCMfgWeek #mfg
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North Carolina has the largest manufacturing workforce in the Southeast. We're proud to have Dr. John Hardin, Executive Director of our @NCSTI, join the Industry and Workforce Development Panel discussion on #MfgDay. twitter.com/NCATCEPDAM/sta…
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The State of North Carolina is hiring for more than 900 roles via virtual career expo on Tuesday, per @WRALTechWire: bit.ly/2XO3cGC Join us on Tuesday to learn more about opportunities with state agencies from the mountains to the coast: bit.ly/3hs8Oxo
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Today's featured artist is Carolina Corona, who was born in Veracruz, Mexico and moved to Wilmington, North Carolina as a child. The title of this particular painting is Prince of Spring. #HispanicHeritageMonth
Know a women or minority-owned business that needs help recovering from the pandemic? Grants from @NCDOA's RETOOLNC program may be able to help. Find more info and apply today! bit.ly/3m1XLfC
Saturday, Sept 25th is BUY MBE DAY!!! Be sure to shop in store on online at a minority-owned business in your community! #2021BuyMBEDay
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