Wednesday, January 22, 2020
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Adelphia Restaurant, Deptford

Please join us for our annual Legislative Reception as we honor Senate President Stephen Sweeney, Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald and members of the State Senate and General Assembly who represent Southern New Jersey. 

Enjoy great networking with fellow members and members of the South Jersey Legislative Delegation as well as hors d'oeuvres and cash bar.


Congressional Action Committee featuring Congressman 
Donald Norcross
Friday, February 14, 2020
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Tavistock Country Club, Haddonfield

Joining a CCSNJ Committee or Council provides members with an excellent opportunity to take an active role in our organization. While participating in these meetings, you will be networking with other members, increasing the visibility of your company and ultimately enhancing the effectiveness of your membership. 

CCSNJ membership is a company-wide membership, so please share this form with others in your company that may be interested in participating! We encourage you to assign key personnel from your staff to the appropriate committees and councils.

Once we receive your completed form, you will begin to receive meeting notices and information about upcoming meetings.

  • Congressional Action Committee
  • Energy Insights Committee
  • Environment Committee
  • Health Issues Committee
  • State Affairs Committee
  • Transportation & Infrastructure Committee
  • Camden Business Council
  • Diversity & Inclusion Council
  • Emerging Leaders Council
  • Human Resources Council
  • Manufacturing Council
  • Small Business Council
  • Nonprofit Council
  • Women's Council

Opportunities & Growth: 
Casinos, Sports Betting & Workforce Development in the Gaming Industry
On January 15, more than 100 CCSNJ members joined us in Atlantic County for our first event of 2020, a discussion between CCSNJ President & CEO Christina Renna,  Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa  President & COO Marcus Glover, and New Jersey Casino Control Commission Chairman James Plousis about the impacts of sports betting and challenges of workforce development in Atlantic City.

Burlington County Network Connection Series Lunch
On January 16, more than 60 CCSNJ members attended the first Network Connection Series Lunch of 2020 held a Braddock's in Medford. 


January 30
11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
February 13
11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
February 20
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

2020 Industry Forum from The Energy Efficiency Alliance
On April 3rd at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, the 2020 Industry Forum from the Energy Efficiency Alliance will explore the opportunities and challenges presented by three energy-intensive industries: Healthcare, Food Services, and Higher Education. This comprehensive look at these critical industries will bring best practices for energy savings and sustainability to the forefront.  Check out the agenda and links to register by clicking here .

Pascale Sykes Foundation Presents 2020 Working Together for Working Families Conference
Join the Pascale Sykes Foundation and leading family well-being experts at their 2020 conference on February 13 to cultivate a national conversation in making family-centered efforts like the Whole Family Approach the norm. Complimentary Continental Breakfast & Lunch will be served.  Check out the agenda and links to register by  clicking here .

First Woman Business Dean at Rutgers University-Camden Announced
The appointment of Monica Adya, a noted business education innovator and a scholar in the area of IT workforce issues, as dean of the Rutgers School of Business-Camden is announced by Phoebe A. Haddon, chancellor of Rutgers University-Camden.

When the appointment becomes effective March 30, Adya will become the first woman to serve as dean of the Rutgers-Camden business school.

NJEDA Begins Accepting Microbusiness Loan Program Applications
The NJEDA is now accepting applications for the Microbusiness Loan Program. The pilot program makes financing of up to $50,000 available to for-profit New Jersey businesses, who can use the financing for working capital or to purchase equipment. 

To qualify, a business must have annual revenues of less than $1,500,000 in the most current fiscal year and cannot have more than 10 full-time employees at the time of application. Startup businesses may be eligible for financing but must first demonstrate that they have completed an entrepreneurship training program or Small Business Development Center counseling session.

Y.A.L.E. School provides a positive approach to learning for students with disabilities 3 to 21 years of age, who need a specialized setting in order to benefit from education.  Established in 1976, Y.A.L.E. School has an impressive track record of success. We are a New Jersey state-approved private school for students with disabilities.  On our campuses, Y.A.L.E. School serves students with social, emotional, learning, and behavioral disabilities from Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Gloucester, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, and Salem counties.



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