Job Training Programs
Under the leadership of the Job Coordinator, under-served, unemployed, and low-income residents are given the opportunity to learn new skills and receive assistance with resume writing, completing job applications online, interviewing skills, referrals for employment, and much more.
COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TRAINING:
This program helps participants gain certification in:
Professional Social Media
COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE CLASS:
The Commercial Drivers License class is offered to low income individuals who wish to obtain a CDL Class B drivers license enabling them to drive various buses. CDL students will learn the necessary information to pass the written part of a Class B CDL. Upon completion of the class, clients are expected to return once they have received a permit to be recommended to either NJ Transit or Coach USA for on the road training and job placement.
CULINARY TRAINING PROGRAMS:
This year there has been two training programs for the culinary industry.
Knife Skills: Training under the instruction of Chef
Vaughn Crenshaw, students learn how to use
knives from simple techniques to sanitation. A
recap of the event is featured in the video here.
Front of the House Training: By partnering with
Passaic County Community College, we were able
to lengthen our class from two days to five weeks.
This training included on the job training at events
held by the college.