Evergreen Closure Resources
The community has pulled together a centralized website for all resources. This website is www.milltownstrong.com and will provide updates and resources as they become available.
Many agencies around Haywood County are working hard to provide as many resources as possible for our community. For a quick reference of those organizations and contact information, view the comprehensive brochure.
With the closing of the papermill, the town and county are trying to gather as much
information as possible about the needs of the community, including workers and their
households, but also anyone else living in the community. Results from this survey
will be used to inform the work of the town, county, community college, and the school
district. Results may be made public to inform state, federal, and philanthropic investments.
All responses will be reviewed anonymously. In the final question, you have the option to leave your contact information if you are interested in someone following up with you based on your responses. Thank you for your time.
Haywood Community College keeps our jobs openings updated on the following website. Please check back often as more jobs may be posted as openings occur.
HCC is currently planning Human Resource Development courses on the following topics. Once dates and times are available, they will be posted here.
- Online Career Search
- Career Readiness Lab
- Technology Awareness
- Personal Finance
HCC will continue partnering with NC Works. As our teams collaborate further, specific information will be shared here. If you would like information about the offerings available through NC Works, please visit their website.
Haywood Community College is committed to providing quality training for our community. We have a variety of short term workforce training options available, as well as certificates and diplomas.
The community is dedicated to support those impacted by the mill closure. From employees to households and local businesses, support is available!
As our area continues to fine tune support options, HCC will assist in sharing that information. HCC has established a scholarship for mill employees. Haywood Strong offers financial assistance for those looking to return to the classroom. To start the process for this scholarship, visit our Scholarship webpage.
If you have questions about this scholarship, please reach out to: Hylah Birenbaum at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-627-4544.
HCC's financial aid team is also here to assist with applying for assistance for your education. We are available to assist with the completion of your FAFSA application which will provide you with your eligibility for Federal and State grants. Please note that we are able to perform professional judgement on this application to adjust your income to reflect your current financial situation. We are available in person, by phone: 828-627-4756 or by email at HCCaid@haywood.edu .