Do you need to upgrade the skills or productivity of your workforce and increase your bottom line?  We can help!  JVS is a nonprofit, community-based organization that has offered education, training and career programs to New Jersey residents and businesses since 1939.  JVS provides business-to-business and recruitment services for employers, skills training for company employees and free job placement assistance for a diverse group of individuals, including dislocated workers, disabled individuals, emigres and older adults.


For its corporate clientele, JVS provides on-site, customized training at the company’s facility.  As a statewide leader in workplace training, JVS can provide businesses with whatever training is needed to improve their employees’ productivity and upgrade the skills of their workforce—anytime, anywhere.


Over the last year ending on June 30, 2009, almost 1200 customized courses were taught by JVS instructors at over 110 companies to 14,500 participants at worksites throughout the State.  The courses ranged from basic skills classes (including English as a Second Language and literacy training), managerial workshops (including supervisory training and preparation for ISO 9000 Certification), technical training customized to specific production needs, health and safety training and on-site computer instruction using our mobile computer labs.  All courses are customized to create a more efficient, productive, skilled workforce which will allow companies to become more competitive and enhance New Jersey’s economy. Many of these programs were conducted in cooperation with the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, which offers grants that can underwrite the cost of training. In most cases, there is no out-of-pocket cost to the company.  For more information contact: 


Hanna Praport

Director of Business Development


P: 973-674-6330 ext. 282

F: 973-674-7858

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