Resources

As a member of the North Jersey Chamber of Commerce, you have direct access to a number of business resources offered by local member affiliate organizations. These organizations provide you opportunities to save money on hiring, certifications, and education; offer you free expert mentoring and provide you with a direct gateway to obtaining loans and grants to help take your business to the next level.


HIRING EMPLOYEES

Workforce Development Board of Passaic County

The WDB will pay for up to 6 months of salary for any qualified employee you hire through their program! Save thousands on payroll, get a quality/screened candidate, and pay for your membership for a lifetime though the savings!

Contact: Chris Irving, Executive Director
973-569-4020
cirving@passaiccountynj.org
www.wdbpc.org


HIGHER EDUCATION DISCOUNTS

Berkeley College

20% off Tuition at for ANY NJCC Member, their employees, and immediate family

Contact: Arthur J. Pann, CPC, Senior Director Career Services
973-278-5400 Ext. 5740
apn@BerkeleyCollege.edu
www.BerkeleyCollege.edu

 

DeVry University

10% off Tuition; Undergraduate and graduate application fee waiver; Transfer qualifying credits toward DeVry undergraduate or graduate program; Special tuition rate for military and their spouses; Deferred billing options available

Contact: Danielle Calcado, Paramus Campus Dean
201-556-2858
dcalcado@devry.edu
(Learn more at http://partner.devry.edu/njcc)

 

William Paterson University

20% off any Continuing Education or Certification Program
(List of programs @ www.wpunj.edu/cpe) – Use Code: WPNJCC16

Contact: Johanna Prado, Assistant Director
973-720-3035
pradoj2@wpunj.edu
www.wpunj.edu/cpe/


BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

Small Business Development Center (William Paterson University Campus)
Seasoned consultants can analyze your business situation and help you develop tools for growth; a good business plan, financial analysis, and a marketing strategy that’s right on target. They can also help you identify sources of financing and develop a financing proposal. And, we offer a variety of short, practical seminars to help you stay current and strengthen your management skills.

Contact: Kathleen Muldoon, Regional Director
P: 973-321-1378
muldoonk@wpunj.edu
www.wpunj.edu/sbdc


INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS

Berkeley College

Get that extra hand you need at the office, so you can get out and build your brand at one of our great networking events. The best part is you are not only getting extra help, but you are mentoring a future business professional as well, for little or no cost!

Contact: Lynn Stamatelatos, Internship Coordinator
973-278-5400
lstamatelatos@BerkeleyCollege.edu


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Passaic County Economic Development

The Passaic County Division of Economic Development offers direct technical support and assistance to companies. Specific services include:

  • Real estate identifi­cation
  • Assistance in securing loans / lines of credit
  • Man­agement of the Greater Pas­saic County Bond Program
  • Sponsorship of ISO 9001 train­ing programs
  • Redevelopment through the Passaic County Brownfields Commission
  • Promotion of filming in the county through the Passaic County Film Commission
  • Information on energy incen­tives
  • Sponsorship of technical seminars
  • Assistance with regulatory agencies on lo­cal, county, state, and federal levels

Contact: Deborah Hoffman, Director
973-569-4720
deborahh@passaiccountynj.org
www.passaiccountynj.org


HUMAN RESOURCES

SHRM – North Jersey / Rockland Chapter

Our mission is to serve the needs of the human resource management professional by providing the most essential and comprehensive set of resources available locally. We are committed to advancing the profession and the capabilities of all human resource professionals to ensure that HR is an essential and effective partner in developing and executing organizational strategy. If you would like further information regarding Professional Certification, membership, or simply have a question, please contact us.

We are proud to provide our membership with informative monthly meetings which allow them to keep abreast of current issues and developments in the human resource field; opportunities to enhance professional growth through participation in seminars, conferences and SHRM certification classes for SHRM-CP & SHRM-SCP; development of leadership skills through active involvement in the chapter and utilizing those leadership skills to establish and promote high standards of professionalism. Additionally, meetings offer the opportunity to network with local HR professionals who can become an invaluable resource.

Contact: Laura Knopf, SHRM-CP, PHR, President
845-362-0402
llynnke@optonline.net
www.njrc.shrm.org