Forum – Working in Camden: Jobs, Opportunities and Challenges

May 4, 2017

NJTV News correspondent Briana Vannozzi, hosts a live streamed panel discussion, Working in Camden: Jobs, Opportunities and Challenges, with youth development and training experts, policy researchers, economic development and social services organizations. The goal: candid discussion about the current local business environment, recent policies and their impact on entrepreneurs and small business owners, career resources for young people and adults, and other economic opportunities for Camden residents.

WHAT: NJTV’S IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: Camden Community Forum: Working in Camden: Jobs, Opportunities and Challenges. The forum will include a panel discussion and Q&A.

WHEN: Thursday, April 27, 2017; 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (doors will open at 5:45 p.m.). Free admission; Pre-registration recommended to guarantee a seat.

WHERE: Rowan University Camden Academic Building, at 129 Broadway, Camden NJ 08102

Panel and Experts (subject to change)

Jon Whiten, Vice President, New Jersey Policy Perspective
Raymond L. Lamboy, President & CEO, LAEDA
Maria Heidkamp, Director, New Start Career Network and Senior Researcher, Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Willem Schrieks, Web Intern and Camden resident
Dan Rhoton, Executive Director, Hopeworks ‘N Camden
Jonathan L. Young, Sr., Camden County Freeholder

NJTV’s Community Engagement Director Selma Betancourt, MS coordinated the multi-faceted event.

Audience participants in the Q&A of the panel.

Audience participants in the Q&A of the panel.