Camden County College
Camden County College’s dental hygiene and dental assisting students and staff will provide free cleanings and other preventive care – along with dental education – to area children aged 12 and younger for “Give Kids […]
Instead of waiting for police to officially secure a scene, it’s a coordinated effort between law enforcement and EMS, as played out during one of the simulations.
It is critical to have or be working toward an undergraduate degree for any career in law enforcement and public safety in general.
Rutgers-Camden is expanding its partnership with Camden County College to offer four-year degrees at the county college facility in Blackwood.
Business owners can learn how to embrace green technology and practices and save some cash at the same time.
The New Jersey attorney general and commander of the state police are traveling across the Garden State looking for a few good men and women to serve in law enforcement.
College Students needing help filling out the FAFSA form for financial aid can get it for free this month in Camden.
It’s meant to serve not just the college crowd, officials say, but neighbors as well.
The Technical Institute of Camden County, which provides career and occupational education to adults at Camden County tech schools, will become part of Camden County College July 1st.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie and State Senate president Steve Sweeney were in Camden County this afternoon, talking behind closed doors about the county’s efforts to form countywide police and fire services as a way to cut costs.
The New Jersey Business and Industry Basic Skills Training Program helps employees get the skills they need to excel in the work place.
Drivers on the North-South Freeway (Rt. 42) in New Jersey can now use new access ramps to and from Blackwood that opened for the first time this afternoon.
Buying college text books can really make a dent in a student’s budget, but a growing trend lets you save money and space by renting books.