Cooper University Health Care
Cooper University Health Care is the leading academic tertiary care medical center in South Jersey. Cooper has been serving Camden and South Jersey for 130 years and is the only state-designated Level 1 Trauma Center in South Jersey. With a network of more than 100 medical offices throughout the region, Cooper is home to MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper and the Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper. Cooper offers signature programs in cardiology, critical care, neurosciences, pediatrics, orthopaedics, and surgical specialties. Cooper’s more than 600 physicians offer services in more than 75 medical specialties.
Camden County Board of Freeholders
The Freeholders are empowered with a broad scope of authority, as designated to them by the State of New Jersey. The Board oversees the county budget, law enforcement, welfare, education, roads, and economic development. The Freeholders are involved in community service and work closely with local, state and federal officials to provide the very best quality of life for county residents.
Camden County Technical Schools
Camden County Technical Schools – with campuses in Pennsauken and Gloucester Township — have been providing educational/career training services to residences of Camden County since 1928. High school students who live in Camden County and attend CCTS are provided with the academic rigor they need for college and the career skills they need for employment at no cost. Graduates of CCTS pursue college degrees, enter the workforce, join the military, or become entrepreneurs.
Camden County One Stop
The Camden County One-Stop System is comprised of a group of nine partners who together coordinate and provide workforce development services throughout the County. The One-Stop Career Center provides customer-focused, quality services that are outcome-based and responsive to local needs. One-Stop Career Centers offer seamless access to services under a variety of employment, training, and education programs.
Camden County College
Camden County College is one of the largest, most comprehensive community colleges in New Jersey and the surrounding region and is a vital resource for transfer education, workforce training and cultural events. Its three distinct campuses in Blackwood, Camden and Cherry Hill – along with its satellite locations throughout the County – share the common mission of providing accessible, affordable higher education and occupational study to all who can benefit.
Hopeworks N Camden
Hopeworks N Camden is a youth development organization which uses education, technology, and entrepreneurship to partner with young men and women as they identify and earn a sustainable future.
Camden County Workforce Development Board
The Camden County Workforce Development Board is a local partnership of representatives from the public and private sector who provide the coordinated planning, oversight and policy guidance for all of the workforce readiness programs in Camden County. The CCWDB serves job seekers who can benefit from career counseling, pre-employment screening, certificate training and other services.