Aaron Fichtner, Deputy Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, recently visited New Community’s Automotive Training Center to see state grant dollars at work. In April, the state Labor Department awarded the NCC Workforce Development Center a $260,000 Opportunity4Jersey grant to fund the Automotive Technician Employment and Training Program, which is backed by Ford and supported by various employers in the automotive industry. From left: Hushin Scott, an automotive trainee, Richard Rohrman, NCC CEO, Rodney Brutton, NCC Director of Workforce Development, Gregory Skelley, Director of the Transportation, Logistics and Distribution Talent Network, Rich Hyland of Sansone Auto Group, Regina Barboza, Program Officer at CareerWorks, Deputy Commissioner Aaron Fichtner, Richard Liebler of Sansone Auto Group, Paul Peters of Ford, Ben Figueroa of BMW of North America, Neil Garguilo of DCH Auto Group, and Johnly Velazquez of BMW of North America.
- Post author:Michelle Lang
- Post published:September 4, 2014
- Post category:Latest News / NCCTI
- Post comments:0 Comments