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Atlantic Cape May Workforce Development Board

Earl Axelson , Chairperson
Rhonda Lowery, Executive Director

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Atlantic Cape May Workforce Investment Board

Earl Axelson , Chairperson
Rhonda Lowery, Executive Director

Atlantic County Workforce Development Board

The Workforce Development 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.

Business Resources

The Business Development Committee (BDC) of the Atlantic Cape May Workforce Development Board (WDB) is comprised of private and public sector members with the goal to bridge the gap between small to mid-sized businesses and the local workforce development system.

Primary goals include:

  1. Identify employment needs of the business community.
  2. Match the right employees to the right employers.
  3. Effectively communicate hiring incentives and recruitment services.

Recruitment services and flexible hiring incentives are available to all local employers, including those relocating or opening new retail venues in Atlantic and Cape May counties. The agency has a history of producing highly trained, screened candidates that maybe better prepared for employment in specific fields. The WDB acts as your personal human resource consultant by evaluating your employment needs, identifying candidates, setting up interviews and assisting you in the selection of appropriate hiring incentives.  Dedicate your time to growing your business. Let us help you find the right employees. 

Hear what employers say...  

Cindy Herdman-Ivins,
President/CEO, Family Service Association
Ron Esposito, Executive Director,
Next Gen Aviation Research and Technology Park

Talent Network LogoIn a rapidly changing employment market it is critical to have a fluid statewide work force system that can respond quickly to the needs of employers and job-seekers. Talent Networks have been established to focus on the specific needs of key industries in the state in order to connect employers, job seekers, the state’s One Stop Career Centers and educational institutions to achieve the common goal of helping current job seekers develop relevant skills that lead to job opportunities, helping employers find qualified employees, and to ensure that New Jerseyans have access to training and educational opportunities that lead to the jobs of the future.