For Employers

Want to Help Shape Your Future Workforce?

Do you want to recruit current students or recent graduates for job openings?

County vocational-technical school business partners play a critical role in developing career programs and keeping them aligned with current and future industry standards.

  • Join a a program advisory board
  • Offer Internships, apprenticeships and work-based learning
  • Be a guest speaker
  • Host site visits in your facility
  • Mentor students
    • Train teachers in new technologies
    • Hire graduates
    • Donate equipment and supplies
    • Participate in students’ technical skills assessments

      Gloucester Count Institute of Technology join Lowe's employees in honoring the company as the district's Business Partner of the Year
      Hudson County Schools of Technology architecture and woodworking students on a visit to Eastern Millwork, a builder of custom interiors and a major district business partner
      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.

      Want to Help Support Career and Technical Education in New Jersey?

      Join the NJ Employer Coalition for Career and Technical Education.

      The Coalition was created by NJCCVTS and the New Jersey Business & Industry Association to support public policies that expand training for our state’s workforce and create career pathways for high school and adult students.

      Coalition Goals:

      1. Promote quality career and technical education opportunities that prepare students for careers as well as college.
      2. Engage employers with county vocational-technical schools and students. The key to successful training programs is involvement from real-world local employers.
      3. Expand CTE schools and programs to prepare more career-focused, job-ready New Jerseyans.

        The Coalition has more than 200 members and continues to grow. Members include international corporations with offices in New Jersey, regional employers, and local and family-owned businesses.

        For more information:
        Read the NJCCVTS/New Jersey Business & Industry Association policy paper, Career and Technical Education: New Jersey’s Pathway to Prosperity.