The grant, NJCCF said, will help support the Jobs for New Jersey’s Graduates program.
Currently, there are 10 New Jersey high schools participating in the program. Students interested in the program can take a course and study career development, job attainment, job survival, basic skills, leadership and self-development and personal skills.
“The NJ Chamber of Commerce Foundation is grateful for Investors Foundation’s continued support of the Jobs for New Jersey’s Graduates program. Together, we can build a brighter future for an incredible pool of untapped talent,” Donna Custard, president of the NJCCF, said.