Mark your calendars! On October 8th at 10 am, author, entrepreneur, and empowerment speaker, Solomon McAurley will lead a virtual conversation about WIOA Title I Youth Services and how service providers can effectively promote our services in local communities. This webinar is free but registration is required. Clink the following link to reserve your place. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8280290536260357645
NCETA is proud to present “Lessons from The Little Book of Big Lies: A Journey to Inner Fitness.” This motivational, life-changing seminar will be held virtually on September 10, 2020 from 3 pm to 4 pm. Anyone who is interested in participating can register here:
“I hope The Little Book of Big Lies will become a place where you feel safe, seen, and heard and that the truths on its pages will set you free and fill you with an endless since of new possibilities.” — Tina Lifford, Excerpt from The Little Book of Big Lies
Tina, a Hollywood Veteran, plays the vivacious breakout character Aunt Vi on the critically acclaimed television drama, Queen Sugar. She has played over 100 characters in her long-standing career, including notable roles on Scandal and Parenthood. Equally accomplished behind the camera, Tina is the respected playwright of The Circle, a play about how seven diverse women navigate the choppy waters of life together; and CEO of The Inner Fitness Project, a personal development network committed to making the practices and benefits of “Inner Fitness” as familiar, well understood, and accessible as those of physical fitness.
Several of our North Carolina colleagues are having a great time learning and networking at the SETA Conference in Myrtle Beach. If you want to travel to a great location and have a great time learning and developing new skills, join us at NCETA April 1st – 3rd! There is still time to register, don’t delay!
In our busy social media crazy world we often forget the importance of being in a live face-to-face setting with others from the business community. Being active in your industry trade association can bring with it many benefits. There is power in being connected to other people who are active in your line of work, but it can also be easy to talk yourself out of committing to that annual meeting year after year. Many people think that joining the organization is enough, but to capitalize on the return on your investment you need to be engaged and participate in the meetings.
Small business owners are busy, so the thought of taking a few days away from the office to participate in a conference, trade show, convention or seminar can seem like a waste of time. However, these live meetings might be just what you need to uncover new ways to growing your business.
Many think that being around competitors can be a waste of time, or worse, a chance for others to steal their ideas. But not everyone in your business is actually a competitor, as many can be allies and friends. The mindset you choose about participating in events will impact your results.
Here are five reasons to attend your industry conference:
This year, the North Carolina Employment and Training Association (NCETA) Annual Spring Conference is expected to attract over 300 Workforce Development Professionals and several Employers from the Healthcare, IT, Advanced Manufacturing and Construction industries from across the state. Attendees will represent workforce professionals from state and federal government, education, community-based organizations, community colleges and the private sector.
NCETA invites you to join us at the Hotel Ballast by Hilton in Wilmington, North Carolina from April 1-3, 2020. Sponsors\Exhibitors have always been an integral part of our conference and we hope you will be with us this year as we celebrate 53 years of excellence in workforce development.