The WDB NNJ plays a vital role in ensuring that the local workforce development system is responsive to the needs of employers and job seekers in the region. By collaborating with various partners and stakeholders, the WDB NNJ can leverage resources, share best practices, identify gaps and opportunities, and implement innovative solutions for workforce challenges.

Employment and Training Resources

Career Services

This New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development site includes: a full listing of New Jersey Career Services; Job Source- job search tools; Education and Training, Job Fairs; and a wide variety of services, including Vocational Rehabilitation, Veteran, Mature Worker (55+), Youth, Displaced Homemaker and Ex-offender.

Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment and Training Services (ETS)

ETS promotes job seeker services in Morris, Sussex and Warren Counties for both adults and youth (ages 16 – 24) by providing unemployed and underemployed workers needed information, advice, job search assistance, supportive services and training within in-demand industries to find and retain employment.  ETS works closely with the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development One-Stop delivery system to help communities, educators, businesses, and job seekers compete in a changing global economy.

Consumer Report Card

This website will allow you to search for schools and organizations that provide occupational education and job training opportunities.

Occupational Information Network Resource Center

The Occupational Information Network (ONET) provides a comprehensive database that offers job seekers detailed information about various occupations, including required skills, tasks, and work conditions. It also assists businesses by providing tools for workforce planning, recruitment, and talent management based on detailed occupational data. It is also designed for use by students exploring the school-to-work transition.

Career Assessment Toolkit

The  career assessments “Toolkit” has been developed by North Jersey Partners to help youth identify career paths they might not have ever considered.  It contains links to ten career self-assessment tools that can be found online.

Labor Market Data

(The information below is topical and will therefore be posted on a temporary basis.)

Regional Job Postings:

Human Services Resources

The tri-County Human Services provide public assistance programs for healthcare, housing, food insecurity, financial help through the Office of Temporary Assistance, access to mental health and substance abuse services, prevention services for youth including residential care, support for veterans, disability services, transportation for elderly and disabled people, meals on wheels, and adult protective services for vulnerable adults at risk.

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NJ 211- New Jersey State Hotline

NJ 211 is a free, confidential service that connects people in need with community resources. It offers live assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Below are the services they provide.

Basic Human Needs: Contact 211 when you need help finding food, clothing, shelter, rental assistance, utility assistance, affordable housing, etc.

Support for Seniors and People with Disabilities: We can help you find adult day care, congregate meals, Meals on Wheels, respite care, home health care, transportation, homemaker services.

Support for Children, Youth and Families: Reach out to us to learn about resources for childcare, after school programs, family resource centers, summer camps and recreation programs, mentoring, tutoring, protective services.

Physical and Mental Health Resources: We'll help you find resources related to health insurance programs, Medicaid and Medicare, maternal health, Children’s Health Insurance Program, medical information lines, crisis intervention services, support groups, counseling, drug and alcohol intervention and rehabilitation services.

Employment Supports: Contact us if you need resources for financial assistance, job training, transportation assistance, education programs.

Home Energy Assistance Hotline for the State of NJ: We can check on the status of your LIHEAP application and answer your questions about utility assistance programs.

State Homeless Hotline: Call 211 when you need emergency shelter.


Community & Behavioral Health Services in Morris County

In light of the recent tragedies that took place at the Supermarket in Buffalo, NY and the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, we would like to take a moment to acknowledge the impact this has on our Community. Whether the recent tragedies impacted us mentally, physically, and/or emotionally we must be mindful that acknowledging our reactions and caring for ourselves is important in the healing process. While we are still dealing with a global pandemic, the recent incidents continue to bring increased feelings of anxiety, fear, and stress. We are all going through this together, as a Morris County Community! Please remember to care for yourself, staff, and consumers during these trying times.

Here are some resources that can be shared with all:

Pathways to Recovery Grant Opportunity

WDB NNJ has partnered with Wildcat/Enable in the award of a $500,000 Pathways 2 Recovery grant. Enable will be providing the supportive services, coaching, mentoring, and training to assist individuals who either themselves have been impacted by opioid use or if they know someone who has been impacted and would benefit from supportive services to help them obtain employment.