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N.J. Vocational High Schools


N.J. County Community Colleges
 

N.J. Four-Year Public/Private Colleges & Universities
 

RWM Vocational Schools Database: This database provides access to both private and public vocational/technical schools listed by program and by city.
 

Career schools in New Jersey provide students with the training and skills necessary to find successful employment in a variety of exciting careers such as business, computers, technology and health care.
 

Business schools in New Jersey prepare students for careers in business.  Programs of study include accounting, business administration, management, marketing, e-commerce, international business, office administration and computer information management. 

Computer schools in New Jersey provide training for exciting careers in fields such as network management, computer support, programming, software administration, pc technician, Internet technologies, web operations and more.
 

The SmartStudentâ„¢ Guide to Financial Aid: This online resource provides complete information regarding financial aid, scholarships, loans, military assistance, and more.

HESAA:  A website that provides NJ grants and scholarship information offers tips for when selecting a college and applying, gives definitions of the different student loan types, and more.

Online Education Database: An online database that lists career descriptions, offers college and university degree program information, and more. The website also lists different specialty scholarships, subject/degree-based, ethnicity-based, and religion-based scholarships, as well as scholarships based on the degree type and educational level you are pursing.

 

DCF Scholarship Fund: 

The DCF Scholarship Fund is accepting applications for the 2013-2014 Academic Year!  Please review the following eligibility criteria and notify eligible youth of this excellent opportunity.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Youth must be between 16 and 24 years of age at initial application.
  • Youth must have been placed in an out-of-home setting at the age of 12 or older and remained in care for minimum of six cumulative months.
  • Youth must be in possession of a high school diploma or GED.
  • Youth must be granted admission to a degree or certificate granting post-secondary institution.

Additional information can be found on this flyer and on the DCF Scholarship Fund Application

If you have any questions please contact Colleen Otremsky at 609-888-7158 or colleen.otremsky@dcf.state.nj.us

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