Become a Business Partner

Cape May County Technical Schools students and staff honor the district's 2013 Business Partner of the Year, Dr. Eric Thomas

Do you want to help shape the workforce of the future in your field? County vocational-technical school business partners play a critical role in developing career programs and keeping them aligned with current and future industry standards.

Here are some of the ways in which our business partners help our programs

  • Serve as program advisory board members
  • Mentor students
  • Serve as guest speakers on specific technical matters
  • Donate equipment and supplies
  • Hire graduates and assist in job placements
  • Offer internships, apprenticeships and work-based learning opportunities
  • Offer site visits and student tours of facilities
  • Participate in technical skill assessments
  • Help train career and technical education teachers in new technologies

To learn more about becoming a business partner, visit our list of contacts at your nearby county vocational-technical.

Cape Mat Tech students work with the staff of WCZT - 98.7 The Coast, the district's 2012 Business Partner of the Year, on a live radio broadcast from the school
Hudson County Schools of Technology students selling their Hive Tech Honey, an enterprise established with the help of the district's 2016 Business Partners of the Year, Hudson River Honey and the Hudson River Apiary Society, who helped bring the science of beekeeping to the schools.