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Workforce Development
Greenville has a talented pool of highly educated and skilled workers as well a diverse base of workers at competitive wage levels th​at can be rapidly and inexpensively trained.
  
  
 

​Pitt Comunity College offers a variety of business/industrial curriculum programs, including special trainings designed to meet diverse industry needs. 
 
East Carolina University offers 102 undergraduate and 101 graduate degree programs in such concentrations as Business, Technology, Engineering, Medicine, and Dental Medicine. ECU operates service and research centers to assist local government, business, and industry in resolving technical production problems, developing market strategies, or improving the quality of management skills.​ 
 
Strive is is a nationally recognized workforce initiative committed to individual and community empowerment through employment. 

 
Greenville is a Certified WorkReady Community!
  
​​To explore all of the free or low-cost training resources available in the region (including special and/or customizes trainings and the WorkKeys see: North Carolina's Eastern Region website
 
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 Operation Reentry

 

​The city of Greenville is partnering with Pitt Community College and East Carolina University to help veterans upgrade skills and reenter the workforce. 

Veterans can also access PCC's Career Readiness Certificate program, Six Sigma White Belt, and OSHA 10 training.

ECU is using Department of Defense funding to research and develop new healthcare innovations, including games-based medical intervention programs serving veterans.