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Philly Job Training Center Opens New Career Path For Low-Income ResidentsOne of the region's oldest and largest job training providers, Philadelphia Opportunities Industrial Center is lining up low-income folks for a new career path with a free bank training program.
Cherry Hill Café Helps Mentally Disabled Develop Job SkillsCafé ONE at Bancroft in Cherry Hill, New Jersey gives people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the chance to learn job skills in the restaurant industry.
$500K Job Training Program Launches In CamdenThe new $500,000 initiative has multiple parts geared towards people looking to work in a variety of trades.
With Companies Rolling In, Camden Launches Job TrainingThe state Department of Labor announced the first program Tuesday. It will train 20 low-skilled workers for possible jobs at three companies.
Vice President Biden Leads Initiative On Job-Training ProgramsMore than three million job openings in the U.S. go unfilled for months, according to the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.
It's Back To School For Some Parents In CamdenFor the first time, courses on basic computer skills, job development training, parenting tips and English as a Second Language (ESL) are available at the school district’s Parent Center.
High Tech Training Prepares Students For JobsIn the next few years, engineers are among the top 10 jobs US employers will have a hard time filling, so preparing students accordingly is key.
Lacking Skilled Candidates, Delaware County Manufacturer Takes Unique Approach To HiringIn a tight job market, a Delaware County manufacturing company says it has jobs to fill, but it’s running up against a problem: trouble finding skilled workers.
Part 3: Where The Jobs WentNew jobs are opening, but they're not the same as the jobs that were lost in the recession.
Jobless In New Jersey May Soon Get Training Without Losing UnemploymentThe plan is modeled after a Georgia program that lets unemployed people receive six weeks of jobs training.
Philly DA Uses Donation To Look At Alternatives To Incarceration For Drug OffendersPhiladelphia District Attorney Seth Williams says he has gotten start-up funding from the Lenfest Foundation for a new program targeting first time, non-violent drug offenders, and drug sellers, with the focus on rehabilitation.

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