Our Partnerships/Affiliations

NJBIA- New Jersey Business and Industry Association

Founded in 1910, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association is an employer association providing information, services and advocacy for its member companies in order to build a more prosperous New Jersey. It is the nation’s largest statewide employer association with 22,000 member companies in all industries and in every region of the State. The NJBIA is widely regarded as the most credible and effective advocate for business in the State and is vigilant in its efforts to protect business interests and keep New Jersey open for business. NJBIA provides a variety of other services to our member companies and acts as an information resource. For a detailed description of these services, see Benefits of Membership.

New Jersey Community College Consortium

A unique resource for the training of employees of New Jersey businesses and organizations as well as training for re-entry to the workforce statewide. A well-trained and highly skilled workforce is critical to New Jersey’s future economic growth.

The New Jersey Community College Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development brings together the vast resources of the 19 New Jersey community colleges for New Jersey companies and organizations to access, develop, and receive workforce education and training for their current and emerging workforce statewide.

The Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development is unique in the United States. It was founded in 2004 by the State’s community colleges to provide coordinated one-stop statewide education and training services to businesses and industries based on the “New Jersey Community Colleges Compact”, an Executive Order signed in 2003 that created a new statewide partnership between the State of New Jersey and its 19 community colleges. The Compact designates New Jersey’s community colleges as the preferred provider of training and for workforce development and business attraction programs.

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