Middlesex College acts as an important workforce pipeline in the county's long-term economic plan to attract, retain, and support the expansion of businesses across a range of industries, including advance manufacturing, transportation & logistics and information technology.
We offer a range of services to local businesses from customized training for existing employees to recruitment of new talent.
Need training for your employees? From advanced manufacturing and logistics to executive coaching and supervisory skills, we can customize courses according to your business needs and deliver them to your worksite or on our campus.
We also collaborate with businesses to provide ESL classes and soft skills training to their employees through a New Jersey Business and Industry Association Basic Skills grant.
Middlesex College can help you recruit and screen qualified job candidates, as well as provide grant-funded training for new candidates and your incumbent workforce.
Additionally, through grants from the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, we can provide training in all facets of industry:
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Transportation, Logistics, and Distribution
- Construction / Utilities
- Retail, Hospitality and Tourism
- Life Sciences
- Financial Services
What Employers Have to Say
Aileen and her team [at Middlesex College] are always open to understanding our training needs and ready to customize the programs to meet our requirements. We are looking forward to our partnership progressively growing bigger and stronger, in the coming years.
Prithvi Ram, Human Resources Manager
The word has gotten around about ESL classes, and we already have a lot of employees to sign up. The College has been an important part of our employees’ development and we look forward to continuing to tap into the resources they have to offer.
Deanna Reyes, HR Manager
Fondu Loc Cold Storage, Inc.
Our staff were impressed with the trainers’ knowledge, and how lively and upbeat the sessions were. They learned methodologies to apply to their roles as supervisors and gained new perspectives on how to apply them on the floor.
Nestor Gonzalez, Manufacturing Engineering Manager
Ames Goldsmith, Inc.