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The Center for Workforce Development at the County College of Morris is offering grant-supported training opportunities to New Jersey employees in the areas of business skills, technology skills, and manufacturing-related skills. Employees in non-governmental businesses can participate in various technical, administrative, and managerial courses at no cost due to a state-awarded grant from the NJ...
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On Monday, August 12, the Morris County Board of Commissioners met with Parsippany Township officials and representatives at the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce to award a $15,000 small business grant to Zoomus Marketing, a local company that announced the launch of a new Morris County small business mobile app called Morris Now. Morris Now...
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    On Wednesday, June 8, Morris County announced that Moody’s Investors Service issued a top AAA rating for the county’s financial stability for the 47th consecutive year. In the investor service’s review, Moody’s analyzed $5.2 million in county-guaranteed bonds offered for facility improvements at the County College of Morris (CCM). The funded improvements for...
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  On Thursday, May 26, the County College of Morris (CCM) hosted U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill on a tour of the college’s state-of-the-art Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Center (AMEC) and a Q&A session on workforce development and job readiness programs. During the tour, Buttigieg and Sherrill learned about the...
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On Monday, May 9, the County College of Morris (CCM) announced that it has been selected by the Lumina Foundation, a private foundation committed to making opportunities for continued education available to all, as one of 10 colleges nationwide in its Million Dollar Community College Challenge. The national grant competition assists two-year higher education institutions...
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The County College of Morris Center for Workforce Development is offering new grant-supported training courses in April and May at no cost for employees of non-governmental businesses in New Jersey. The majority of classes will include live instruction via Zoom and will provide participants with insight into key topics of business management, critical thinking skills,...
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On Friday, March 4, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) announced that New Jersey ranked ninth in the nation based on venture capital dollars invested per state. According to PitchBook, a data, research, and technology company that specializes in analyzing private capital markets, innovation-focused companies in New Jersey secured $5.5 billion in 219 venture...
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On Wednesday, February 23, the Morris County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to allocate an additional $5 million in funds to the Morris County Small Business Grant Program. The program is designed to aid local small businesses, entrepreneurs, and non-profits with specific pandemic recovery expenses incurred on or after Thursday, March 3, 2021, and will...
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  The Morris County Small Business Grant Program began accepting online applications on Monday, February 14, 2021, via the program’s online portal at morriscountysmallbusinessgrant.com. Since the launch of the online portal, Morris County has reported that over 200 small business owners and non-profit organizations have successfully filed for grants. The grant program is designed to...
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  In 2022, Morris County’s Employment & Training Services (ETS) will expand its programs through the Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOO) grant to provide further opportunities for job seekers and employers to meet workforce demands. In continuing its mission of promoting workforce services in Morris, Sussex, and Warren Counties, ETS will now offer training...
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