Our Mission:

To lead and empower the Newark workforce system by leveraging assets and resources to ensure the educational, professional and economic success of Newark residents and the prosperity of businesses.

Amina BeyExecutive Director
Get Training & Support

The Newark One-Stop Career Center provides comprehensive employment and supportive services to assist Newark residents and job seekers to gain training, re-tooling of skills and other employment supports while seeking employment.

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Find Employment

Newark Jobs Connect offers free services specifically designed to help local area residents find employment through strong relationships with local employers who are looking to hire the best people. Services include job application support, free job placement assistance and more.

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In accordance with the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), the Newark Workforce Investment Board (NWIB) strives to ensure the prosperity of Newark businesses and residents by conducting system-wide operational planning, policy development and strategic analysis in the local Newark workforce investment area.

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Why Newark
  • Newark is home to approximately 150,000 jobs, making it New Jersey’s largest employment center.
  • Newark is home to over 50 Fortune 500 companies and over 10,000 private businesses.
  • Newark is the largest city in the state of New Jersey and a leading transportation hub in the region. 
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Newark Youth Investment Council (YIC)

NWIB maintains an active Youth Investment Council (YIC) to lead the development of the local youth workforce investment system. YIC’s mission is to inspire and empower Newark youth by promoting the alignment and capacity building of local systems and by prioritizing investments that will support education, employment and career pathways.

Are you a Youth Age 14-21?

Visit the Youth One-Stop Career Center at 500 Broad Street, 3rd Floor or call 973-273-6064 to learn about the services available to you

The Newark Youth One-Stop Career Center (NYOSCC) offers many free employment-related services to eligible in-school and out-of-school youths 14 to 21 years of age.

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