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Cumberland Salem Cape May Workforce Development Board

The Cumberland • Salem • Cape May Workforce Development Board coordinates One-Stop services among all three counties. The services highlighted on the Cumberland • Salem • Cape May Workforce Development website are supported by the NJDOL with funds from the USDOL through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. The board provides oversight and support to various workforce and business development related grants and programs operated through the One Stop Career Center System. The board is comprised of twenty-eight members representing business, industry, local government and service organizations.

There are five standing committees that address the workforce challenges in the following areas:

  • Business and Industry
  • Adult Education and Literacy
  • Disabilities
  • Youth Council
  • Planning and Oversight

The County of Cumberland serves as the lead fiscal agent in the receipt and administration of the WDB funding and will share all pertinent information on fiscal issues and procurement with its partner counties. Each county will be a sub-grantee and have its own fiscal agent and service delivery provider. These agencies are as follows for each of the three participating counties:

  • Cape May County: The Division of Workforce Development, which is part of the County Planning Department
  • Cumberland County: Division of Employment and Training
  • Salem County: The Salem County Board of Social Services

Christy DiLeonardo, Director of Workforce Development, coordinates with the One-Stop Center Directors and County CEOs.