Grant-funded Programs

Industry Centered Training Project

Designed to stimulate active learning for individuals seeking long-term employment and explore gateways leading to employment through a comprehensive and structured curriculum that combines the employability skills and the core set of fundamental skills that employers require in the workplace.

 We now introduce the “The Bridge to Future Success” which are four new modules that give individuals marketable career paths at a glance. This innovative and diverse concept offer the pathways that lead to endless possibilities for the individual striving for the next plateau of life. Within this framework, we now offer the following options and program highlights:

 

INDUSTRY FOCUSED HIGHLIGHTS

 

v  A introduction of the healthcare industry; defining healthcare systems; customer service and the healthcare industry

v  A introduction  of the hospitality providing and an overview of the industry, career opportunities, to acquire knowledge & experience in customer service, communications,  and hospitality operations

v  A introduction of digital logistics through social media competencies  in the areas of communication through digital technology, and computer skills for the workplace

v  Job readiness skills to enhance employment marketability; creating great networking systems; using proper language when writing a resume; mock interviews; the proper attire for an interview

v  Career counseling and job placement assistance

(6th grade reading and math 1evel required)

 

 

Day(s):       Monday – Friday             Times:       8:30 am – 4:00 pm

            

Prerequisites: Customer must be receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or General Assistance (GA). Must have the ability to read, write and converse in English.

Referrals are made every Monday through (Passaic County Board of Social Services) 

For additional information, please contact:     Pat Nole, Director, Workforce NJ Programs

                                                                        Tel # 973-684-5748 •Email: pnole@pccc.edu