Featured Content

All Content

Social Media

Video & Article:NC4ME Featured on TWC News' "Salute to Troops" ​​​​

  • 17NOV2016 - RALEIGH, NC - Time Warner Cable News interviewed Kimberly Williams on Veterans Day to discuss how NC4ME is changing the Veteran Employment environment across our state. This piece was part of their week-long tribute to veterans.


Audio:Employment Prospects Improving for NC Veterans ​​​​

  • 19MAY2016 - NEW BERN, NC - NC4ME has played a pivotal roll in reducing North Carolina's veteran unemployment rate through an employer-centric focus of the problem. The audio features Sgt. Josh Villegas of the North Carolina National Guard, who highlights the problems our veterans face when leaving the service.


Video: Fort Bragg Hiring Event - NC Office of Human Resources 

  • 6APR2016 ​- FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - This video showcases the unique Hiring Events that are held by NC4ME at NC military installments. At these hiring events qualified military job candidates come prepared to interview with pre-determined companies. The objective is to employ as many exiting military members as possible. Watch the video to learn more!


Audio: Focus on Business - NC4ME NC Veterans Employment Initiative

  • 3MAR2016 - CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - NC4ME: We Trust Them with Our Country. You can Trust them with Your Business is the tagline of the NC for Military Employment.  Guests today are Kimberly Williams and Retired Brigadier General James Gorham of NC4ME that’s NC for Military Employment.


​Video & Article: Statewide Initiative Focuses on Employers to Boost Military Hiring

  • 24FEB2016 - COLFAX, N.C. - North Carolina for Military Employment (NC4ME), an initiative started by Gov. Pat McCrory in March 2015, continues efforts to improve job prospects for service members and veterans. A summit Wednesday at Guilford Technical Community College drew private sector employers, current and former military members and government officials...


Article: Williams Receives ESGR Seven Seals Award for NC4ME Work

  • 19FEB2016 - Raleigh, N.C. - Kimberly Williams, Executive Director of North Carolina for Military Employment (NC4ME) and an ESGR volunteer, was presented the ESGR Seven Seals Award by the North Carolina ESGR Committee...


Article: IT Awareness Day planned Feb. 19

  • 17JAN2016 - Fayetteville, N.C. - Fort Bragg's Soldier for Life program is hosting an IT Awareness Day on February 19th, 2016. The event, sponsored by Cisco and North Carolina for Military Employment (NC4ME), will provide military personnel with tips and information regarding a future career in IT after their service. 


Press Release:  ​​​​USO of NC joins NC4ME Team

  • 15JAN2016 - RALEIGH, NC - On January 15, North Carolina for Military Employment (NC4ME) announced that the USO of North Carolina would be an official Program Partner, enabling both organizations to expand their efforts to address military employment concerns by leveraging workforce development resources and technology...


Press Release: NC for Military Employment Hosts Inaugural Military Employment Summit

  • 18AUG2015 - RALEIGH, N.C. – On Tuesday, Aug. 18, NC for Military Employment (NC4ME) launched its Military Employment Summit series with a well-attended event at MetLife’s Global Technology Campus in Cary, NC. Designed to help NC companies integrate military hiring into their workforce strategy and make annual veteran hiring commitments, this inaugural Summit was attended by more than 100 industry, government and military leaders...


Article: NC-4-ME focuses on military employment 

  • 3AUG2015 - JACKSONVILLE, N.C. – Nearly 30,000 service members will transition out of the military through North Carolina's Department of Defense installations this year alone. The problem currently facing the state is that employers and transitioning service members do not always know how to connect. And that’s where a relatively new initiative can step in...


Radio & Article: Help Wanted: Programs Pairs NC Veterans with Employers 

  • 22JUL2015 - JACKSONVILLE, N.C. - More than 372,000 working age veterans live in North Carolina, and after dedicating a part of their lives to the military, many of them have trouble finding employment, according to a new public-private endeavor in the state. North Carolina for Military Employment, or NC-4-ME, aims to educate employers on the benefits of hiring veterans...


Video: North Carolina is Putting Veterans Back to Work - Gov. Pat McCrory

  • 20NOV2014 - RALEIGH, N.C. - ​“Veterans come to the civilian world after being part of an elite workforce, the United States military. Today’s veteran is the most technically proficient and best trained in our nation’s history. They have the proven knowledge, skills and workplace ethic that employers are looking for.”​​

Newsroom

"Where Military Talent Meets Business Needs"