NCAC Services for You

NCAC provides individuals with Career Development resources in order to produce a skilled workforce for businesses. Currently, we offer various assessments, workshops and services to equip job seekers with the necessary skills to achieve self-sufficient employment.

Local Area Designation under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014.

NCAC and its partners offer computers with Internet access, copy and fax machines, telephones and career resource materials.


Career Connections

NCAC offers a series of networking meetings known as Career Connections that provide insight and knowledge about the world of work from career and job search experts in the community.

Employer Forums

Throughout the month, NCAC invites various industry professionals to come to our locations and participate in interactive panel discussions with Job Seekers.


NCAC provides workshops for Job Seekers to give them the ability to develop a plan of action. The workshops include a variety of topics on job searching techniques, negotiating skills, resume writing and interviewing skills.

Employers please contact us if you would be interested in speaking at a Networking Meeting.


Feedback from the Career Coaches on resumes and mock interviews provide the necessary guidance to help each customer improve his or her marketing plan. Coaches help job seekers explore themselves in order to determine industry preferences or the types of jobs they should pursue.

After an initial meeting, a Career Coach will help customers develop a plan and direct them to additional resources. NCAC offers three types of assessments: skill-based (WorkKeys), personality (Myers-Briggs) and interest (Strong Interest Inventory). Customers with identified barriers are also directed to community service providers for further assistance in addressing each barrier.


Talent Development helps a person changing careers to increase his or her skills through the Workforce Investment Act training funds. Training is for customers who lack the necessary skills to achieve self-sufficient employment or those who are looking to get one step further in their careers.


NCAC partners with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

– RESOURCE CENTERS – logoNCAC and its partners offer computers with Internet access, copy and fax machines, telephones and career resource materials. JOBS4TN is an online resource that provides job seeker solutions, information for employers and Labor Market Information.


A representative will meet with veterans to provide labor exchange and specialized services to military veterans.


Assistance available provides services needed for employment to eligible persons with disabilities.


This program assists low-income workers over the age of 40 who are looking for work.


This program provides Adult Education and literacy services to those who are eligible.


The Career Centers offer an internet claims system that is designed to give you a simple and convenient method of filing a lack of work, quit or discharge claim. If any of the following apply, you will need to telephone the Unemployment Insurance Claims Center to file your claim. If you live in the Nashville calling area, please call (615) 253-0800; otherwise please call toll-free 1-877-813-0950


To find out about services offered to employers visit the Department of Labor and Workforce Development website.