New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation (NJCCF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preparing underserved student and young adult populations for postsecondary education and success in the workforce. We partner with national non-profits, K-12 schools, community-based organizations, institutes of higher education, NJ-based non-profit organizations, workforce development boards and government agencies, and other strategic stakeholders to prepare young adults of all abilities for the increasingly competitive worlds of college and careers.

WHY THE NJCCF?


As the non-profit arm of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, the NJCCF serves as the voice of business to young adults throughout the Garden State. The NJCCF leverages the 100 year reputation of the State Chamber and the collective authority of Chamber members as potential future employers to share insights, data and training with today’s young adults through multiple partnerships.

Since 1996, the NJCCF has been providing thought-provoking, effective programs, workshops, games and activities that result in students and young adults taking education seriously, getting and keeping jobs and improving their economic and social outlook. The work of the NJCCF today will have a positive impact on our business community for years to come by ensuring entry-level employees have the skills necessary for success.

  • Honoring NJCCF President Donna Custard

    NJCCF President, Donna Custard, is being honored by Leading Women Entrepreneurs as one of their top 25 Leading Women Intrapreneurs on October 15 at the Liberty House in Jersey City. Honorees are selected based on their strong business acumen and ability to influence and inspire within their respective fields. Additional information and event invitation can be found here.

  • Assessing NJ's Talent Supply and Demand

    NJCCF announces its comprehensive study "Assessing NJ's Talent Supply and Demand", conducted by the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development with funding from the Prudential Foundation. The study examines the factors causing hiring difficulties among New Jersey employers and what public policies and workforce strategies may address employer hiring needs.

NJ Chamber of Commerce Foundation
216 West State Street, Third Floor
Trenton, NJ 08608
Phone: 609-989-7888
Fax: 609-656-0697