Grant-Funded Programs

WorkFirst NJ Grant Programs

Career Pathways Program: This program provides additional training opportunities with targeted career modules in Healthcare, Hospitality and Business. 

 

Computer Skills & Professional Development: This program will introduce students to the necessary skills of employability through computer skills, job readiness and professional development.

 

High School Equivalency Program: This program prepares students to complete their High School Equivalency exam (HISET) successfully while preparing students for further education. 

 

Intensive Math: This program benefits any student who requires help in understanding basic math skills in order to pass placement tests, a course, a specific job or a review on math skills. 

 

All registered students receive Job Readiness Training & Explore College Paths at PCCC.

  • Career Portfolio
  • Resume Writing
  • Interview Skills
  • Employment Workshops
  • Job Search Assistance

 

Contact

Tanya Da Silva, Assistant Director, WIOA & WorkFirst New Jersey

(973) 684-6606 or tdasilva@pccc.edu

 

This 26 week Training Opportunity is available at the college for customers receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), General Assistance (GA) or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).  Interested candidates must have the ability to read, write and converse in English and have qualifying TABE scores.  Referrals are made through the Passaic County Board of Social Services: (973) 881-0100.

 

Please Note: Students currently enrolled in these courses will be completing the classes online.  All future enrollments will be processed upon our return to in-person classes. (updated March 26, 2020)

**This program is made possible with funds provided under the auspices of the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Workforce Development Board of Passaic County, and WorkFirst New Jersey under grants from the State of New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.