We are a dedicated team of professionals who put our students, campers and clients first. We provide quality, flexible and cost effective training and related services to support the educational and training goals of individuals and to enhance the region’s economic development.
Professional and Community Programs offers non credit certificate programs and courses to support career and professional development in the fields of, for example, allied health, web design, human resources and construction management. If you want to get healthy and stay fit, study a foreign language or learn how to make jewelry, we can help.
Today’s Table offers classes for contemporary cooks in our brand new state-of-the-art demonstration kitchen. Come often, come hungry and learn valuable secrets from our chefs while you sample the evening’s menu.
Camp Middlesex is an eight-week summer program for children in grades 2-12. With pre-camp and after-camp, we provide coverage for working parents from 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. It’s safe, fun and educational!
The Career Training Center (CTC) is a community-wide employment and training resource which provides comprehensive training services, career development and job placement assistance to qualified candidates.
The Childcare Center is a full day educational program for children ages 2 – 5. We welcome the local community as well as college employees. The center is a safe and nurturing environment with a high quality, developmentally appropriate atmosphere.
NNJHPC Grant: You may qualify for FREE TRAINING in the allied health field if you are unemployed or underemployed. Really!
Corporate Education & Training: Let our experts build a training program to specifically meet your organization’s needs or utilize our library of ready-made programs!
Office of School Relations is the college’s link to the public, charter, private, and parochial schools for teachers, counselors, administrators, students and parents in grades K-12.
Project SPAN: A Mentoring Program Bridging the Gap between Families and Community is a unique community program targeting families referred by the Division of Child Protection & Permanency and other agencies working with “at-risk” families as abusive and/or neglectful.
Unemployed or Underemployed? We offer professional certificate programs, training funded by the Middlesex County One Stops, free allied health training for those who qualify, workforce readiness and training for qualified youth from 19-21 years of age and GED preparation for residents from 16-21 years of age.