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Our efforts will position New Jersey to recover from this public health and economic crisis by building a skilled workforce that can adapt to the changing economy, by assisting the significant number of individuals who have lost their jobs and careers, by reducing the cost of higher education for parents and students, by providing adults the opportunity to obtain new skills and careers, and by building strong industry-driven education and training pathways that will be the foundation of the state’s economy for years to come.

Join the Partnership


Now more than ever, New Jersey’s future and that of its residents depends on a strong network of community colleges working collaboratively with a wide array of business, labor, education, government and community partners to build pathways to new opportunities and renewed economic growth.


To join with the state's community colleges in this critical work, please contact Aaron Fichtner, Ph.D., President of the New Jersey Council of County Colleges at

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