Part-time and full-time job postings are submitted to this office daily by area employers and advertised online for CCM students and/or graduates to consider.

This program links student in 24 different majors to career opportunities by placing them in semester-long jobs which give them a workplace learning experience before they graduate as well as academic credit.   Company participation in these work programs can reduce staffing costs, improve recruitment and training programs, and provide a continuous source of qualified job candidates.

Direct-hire employers may participate in our job fairs or reserve our recruiting area.

The Community Service Program is a federally-funded program through which college students perform community service with a non-profit agency.  County College of Morris reimburses a participating community service agency for 75% of the student’s gross wages.  The community service agency pays all required payroll contributions.

Explore the many ways CCM can meet your workforce training needs through the Center for Business & Technology.