The Workforce Investment Board maintains partnerships between the public and private sector to develop policies and evaluate the readiness, at the county level to deliver a workforce prepared for employment in today's evolving economy.
Effective 12/12/14, the Hammonton One Stop Career Center will close. Residents are encouraged to utilize services at the career center in Pleasantville located at 2 South Main Street, Pleasantville, NJ.
High School Equivalency Information Sessions
Held monthly on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays in Room 214 at the Atlantic County One Stop Career Center at 9:00 a.m. Find out how the test, formerly known as the GED has changed.
To register for and download current WIB RFPs, please visit the Atlantic County Department of Budget and Purchasing bids website at http://bids.aclink.org.
The Atlantic Cape May Workforce Investment Board has established partnerships
with local businesses, community organizations, educational institutions
and government agencies to provide a seamless system of employment,
training and social services to residents and employers in Atlantic
and Cape May counties.
Here’s what local employers say about us...
Message from WIB Executive Director, Rhonda Lowery:
Message from Cindy Herdman-Ivins,
President/CEO, Family Service Association:
Message from Ron Esposito,
Next Gen Aviation Research and Technology Park:
The Board is comprised of representatives, shared between Atlantic and Cape May counties. The private sector represents over half of the membership, which provides for a diverse membership drawn from the community.
The WIB has established partnerships with local businesses, community and faith based organizations, educational institutions and government agencies to plan for a seamless system of services that benefit residents and the business community. Furthermore, the Board is tasked with building an extensive network of private and public sector partners to increase business participation in the workforce system, while fostering an environment for provider collaboration and partnerships.
As an organization, the WIB area received a first place Recognition of Excellence Award from the United States Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration for innovation in the operation of at-risk youth programs, a Corporate Partnership Award from the Garden State Employment and Training Association and a Theodore E. Small Workforce Partnership Award, presented by the National Association of Workforce Boards for its leadership, innovative approaches and financial support of workforce development programs.
To ensure the coordinated and efficient delivery of the region’s workforce readiness resources through membership which provides leadership, direction, and accountability for the service area.
Develop priorities and goals driven by the labor market to assist residents of Atlantic and Cape May counties secure meaningful, and sustainable employment.
Serve as a clearinghouse for all planning, labor market assessment and customer service needs.
Act as the conduit to ensure collaboration between the private and public sectors as the single entity for policy direction on workforce matters.