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Working with Employers

Contact us to become an employer partner!

New Jersey county vocational-technical schools thrive thanks to the support of business leaders, local employers, community partners, and labor unions that advise our schools and hire students and graduates.

Thousands of business partners throughout the state serve as mentors, classroom lecturers, and employers. Schools also rely on professionals to serve as advisory board members to help design and update curricula and offer advice on training and equipment needed to to stay aligned with current industry standards.

Several New Jersey labor unions are actively involved with our schools to create pathways to paid apprenticeships.

They all commit their time, talent, and resources to helping schools prepare highly-skilled graduates for the future workforce. Employers give the schools and their students so much, but they find there is a return on their investment in this next generation; today’s CTE students are tomorrow’s skilled employees who will join their teams. Some professionals feel so strongly about helping that they become CTE teachers.

Our Employer Partners

Meet some of the companies, small businesses, government agencies, and unions already working with our schools.

  • Atlantic City Electric
  • BMW of North America
  • Festo Didactic
  • Holtec International
  • Honeywell Corporation
  • Jaguar Land Rover of North America
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Mercedes Benz USA
  • Novo Nordisk Pharmaceutical
  • Panasonic Corporation of North America
  • PNC Investments
  • Prudential Financial
  • PSEG
  • Radwell International
  • ShopRite
  • South Jersey Gas
  • State Farm Insurance
  • Stryker Orthopaedics
  • TD Bank
  • Wakefern Food Corporation
  • Whole Foods
  • Atlantic Health
  • Bridgewater Motorworks
  • Chez Alice Catering Company
  • Clover Hill Animal Hospital
  • Columbia Bank
  • Dawn Food Products
  • DePasquale Salon Systems
  • Dialogic, Inc.
  • Duke Farms
  • Eastern Millwork
  • Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club
  • George Street Playhouse
  • Hackensack University Medical Center
  • Inspira Health Network
  • J2n Architecture
  • JFK Medical Center
  • Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc.
  • Lawrence Toyota
  • Lexus of Cherry Hill
  • Lowe’s Home Improvement Center (Mantua)
  • McCarter Theater
  • McGuire Chevrolet
  • Morgan Advanced Materials
  • Mutual Aid Emergency Services
  • PBurg Auto Repair
  • Pennsville National Bank
  • Perona Farms
  • Playwright’s Theater
  • Sax Macy Fromm
  • Sheraton Eatontown Hotel
  • Sodexo
  • Sterling Medical Devices
  • Stout’s Transportation
  • STS Tire and Auto
  • Symphony Printing
  • Team Nissan of Vineland
Government Agencies and Associations
  • Camden County Board of Social Services
  • Camden County Workforce Development Board
  • Cape May County Beach Plum Association
  • Cape May County Board of Agriculture
  • Flemington Rotary
  • Hudson River Apiary Society
  • Junior Achievement of NJ
  • Mercer County Workforce Investment Board
  • Monmouth County Parks System
  • Morris County Chamber of Commerce
  • New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA)
  • New Jersey Dental Assistants Association
  • New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program (NJMEP)
  • New Jersey Youth Corps
  • NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife
  • Ocean County Fire and First Aid Training Center
  • Princeton Plasma Physics Lab
  • Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
  • Raritan Township Police Department
  • Somerset County Parks Commission
  • Somerset County Sheriff’s Office
Labor Unions
  • LiUNA NJ
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
  • New Jersey Regional Council of Carpenters
  • New Jersey State Building and Construction Trades Council
  • Utility Workers Union of America
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Eric Krise working with students

The most important thing I’ve done since starting my business is working with my county vocational-technical school. These students are the future of our trade. Every year, it gets harder and harder to find qualified workers. We’re already in a shortage. I can’t imagine what it’s going to be like in 10 years.

Eric Krise

Owner, Eric M. Krise Electrical Contractors

Eosso Brothers Paving Works with Students

Eosso Brothers Paving Working with Students

Business partners in every industry help spark students’ interest in a field and set them on a path toward career success. Eosso Brothers Paving is an employer partner proud to do just that and be part of a Trade Revolution.

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(Photo Caption) Ocean County Vocational Technical School (OCVTS) students who completed the first of a two-year Heavy Equipment Operator program (HEOP) extended their learning through the summer at Eosso Brothers Paving. Pictured from left to right are Thomas Eosso, vice president and chief estimator; Ryan DiStefano, Josten Hernandez, Stryder Rabender, and Benjamin Brenner, all OCVTS HEOP students; Anthony Eosso, trainer and estimator; and Gary Eosso, president and project manager.
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