Burlington County College offering job training for Mt. Laurel residents

There is an opportunity for Burlington County’s unemployed residents to receive free career training through state grants obtained by Burlington County College.

On Tuesday, Aug. 12, the college will host a free Manufacturing Technician Training Program information session on its Mt. Laurel campus at 10 a.m. Unemployed residents interested in participating in this no-cost career training program are invited to the session in Laurel Hall, room 320.

In partnership with the New Jersey Department of Labor and Burlington County One-Stop, the college is offering four training programs to unemployed residents: electronic technician, manufacturing technician, emergency dispatchers and financial services. The programs are made possible through the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s Opportunity4Jersey grant, which enables colleges to provide free career training to unemployed job seekers.

For more information on these no-cost career training programs, please contact BCC’s Dean of Corporate College and Continuing Education Roy Miller at rmiller@bcc.edu.