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.
In mid-February, seventeen representatives from the McDonald’s Corporation’s Archways program went back to school at Weequahic High School in Newark, NJ to work with more than 50 Jobs for New Jersey’s Graduates students. They presented information regarding employment opportunities, career pathways, scholarships, tuition assistance and advising services for young adults working for McDonald’s. Regional HR […]
Jobs for New Jersey’s Graduates (JNJG) students from West Side High School in Newark, NJ recently got the opportunity to showcase their employability skills at the My Brothers’ Keeper (MBKN) Opportunity Summit. JNJG students competed with more than 1,000 other students and adults for part-time, seasonal and full-time jobs throughout Newark. More than one-third of the West […]
From November 28 to December 1, 2017, approximately 40 hand-selected Jobs for New Jersey’s Graduates students from Newark, Philadelphia, Carteret, New Brunswick and Vineland attended the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) National Student Leadership Academy (NSLA) in Alexandria, VA. The 2017 NSLA was the largest in the history of the JAG program, bringing together more […]
On February 5, 2018, Dr. Sandra Strothers began her role as executive director of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s ‘Jobs for New Jersey’s Graduates’ program designed to help at-risk high school students develop the skills they need to flourish in college and in the workplace. The announcement was made by Donna Custard, president […]