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Get NOT Out of Your Life

Ever hear the words, "you"re not smart enough,"or "you're just not what we're looking for"? But when you "get not out of your life," a negative comment becomes a positive mantra. Suddenly "you're smart enough," and "you're just what we're looking for."

In February 2011, TriadWorks promoted literacy awareness by distributing thousands of tray liners to fast-food restaurants and putting up posters in local schools and JobLinks Career Centers. These colorful posters and tray liners encourage people to eliminate the "not" in order to achieve success. Sometimes learning a new skill or updating an old one is all you need to "get not out of your life."

Read testimonials from Our Heroes or click here for videos of people who successfully got the "not" out.
 

 

 

Literacy & Lifelong Learning Resource Guide

To compete in today's labor market, workers need the ability to read and write English and to have certain skills. This Literacy and Lifelong Learning Resource Guide can help you find the right literacy, career or technical education program to help you meet your goals.

Local organizations and community colleges from every county in the region are represented in the database: Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Guilford, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry and Yadkin Counties.

Click an icon at the top of the page to view by category: Pre-K, K-12, GED, English as a Second Language, Adult and Family Literacy programs, or search by county or institution.

Or use the map with program codes below to conduct your search.

 


The Guide is maintained by TriadWorks. To update, remove or add a program to the Guide, please contact Kate McMahon, Project Manager, TriadWorks at kmcmahon@ptrc.org.

 


 

 

The interactive Literacy & Lifelong Learning Resources Guide for the Piedmont Triad Region was made possible by the Northwest Piedmont Council of Governments, the Northwest Piedmont Workforce Development Board and the Piedmont Triad Partnership's WIRED initiative funded by the US Department of Labor.

 
 

This website is a collaborative project of the following Workforce Development Boards