The Camden County Workforce Development Board recognizes that the most successful programs provide comprehensive services designed to address a wide range of youth needs. The committee recognizes that youth need a pathway to success and an environment that is designed to meet their comfort level for learning. The Camden County One-Stop is proud to dedicate space at our One-Stop Career Center designed just for them. The center officially opens on June 24, 2015. Many members and One-Stop staff worked diligently to bring this idea to reality. Out of school youth are encouraged to stop in and learn about the many services available! Youth between the ages of 16-24, who face significant barriers to future success, including, adjudicated youth, young people enrolled in or aging out of foster care, homeless youth, children of incarcerated parents, migrant and seasonal farm worker youth and other youth at risk are welcome.
Matthew Verney, TD Bank, Chair
Rosy Arroyo, CPAC
Evangeline Banks, Juvenile Justice Commission
Shannon Colestock, CPAC
Heather Cope, Camden City School District
Keith Davis, Camden Dream Center
Victor Figueroa, Camden Housing Authority
Lori Godorov, The Work Group
Dave Goodman, HACC-Youth Build
Tanya Justice, Youth Advocacy Program
Siobhan Kelly, Camden County Technical Schools
Wilbur Mitchell, Respond, Inc.
Mien Mombo, NJ Division of Children and Families
Dan Rhoton, Hopeworks N' Camden
Kimberly Rhock, YAP Inc.
Danielle Rodgers, Resource Center
Jeremy Shackleford, BBandT Bank
Nidia Sinclair, Camden County Resource Center
Mark Stettler, T & M Associates Marisol Vasquez, Camden County Resource Center
Darchell Waller, Eagle's Landing High School
Rhonda Wardlow-Hurley, Camden Housing Authority
Our Camden County Youth One-Stop provides access to high quality education, job training and support services utilizing local resource to benefit at-risk out of school youth between the ages of 16-24 in Camden County. Call 1-877-995-2600 and ask to speak with a Youth Counselor or e-mail us at email@example.com.