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Workforce Development Program

If you:

 
  • Are currently a New Brunswick Public Housing Resident or a former New Brunswick Memorial Homes resident relocated through HOPE VI
  • Have a valid driver's license
  • Have a high school diploma or GED

If you meet these three requirements and are interested in receiving FREE training in a number of construction fields, APPLY TODAY for the New Brunswick Workforce Development Program!

 

If accepted into the training program, you could enroll in a pre-apprenticeship program, that would provide a free 40-hour training program in various fields within the construction industry. Non-construction training programs also available.

After successful completion of the training program, eligible graduates can qualify for up to 500 hours of paid on the job training, that can lead to a position in one of the local unions.

This is a ONCE IN A LIFETIME opportunity, so take advantage TODAY!


For more information or an application, please call Andrea Eato at the New Brunswick Housing Authority at 732.745.5156. To apply in person, bring copies of your driver's license and your high school diploma or GED to the NBHA main offices, located at:
7 Van Dyke Avenue, New Brunswick NJ 08901

The New Brunswick Workforce Development Program was created by the New Brunswick Housing Authority in conjunction with the Laborer's International Union of North America, to provide free training to the current public housing residents of New Brunswick and former Memorial Homes residents.
 
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