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Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center
PROVIDING CAREER & JOB SKILL DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNITY OUTREACH
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Our Mission: Mid-Atlantic States Career & Education Center’s (MASCEC) mission statement, “We Grow People®”, focuses on building effective community partnerships, improving the health and well being of the individuals and families we serve, provide career and job skill development for disadvantaged and disabled workers, and create a sustainable, stable community.
Programs & Services
The Job-Readiness/Workplus program provides job skills training and placement for clients on public assistance, including a job readiness & employer referral program.
Strengthening American Families and Reducing Incarceration
(SAFARI®) is a multi-faceted program to assist ex-offenders and their families.
Innovative Farming Approach – eco-friendly with minimal use of energy, water & plant nutrients.
Public ♦ Adult ♦ Youth ♦ Veterans Services
Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center believes in the potential of people, and takes to heart its mission to provide disadvantaged people with the tools and resources they need to improve their quality of life.
This program meets the needs of the growing warehouse and distribution occupation in South Jersey, including Salem and Gloucester Counties, Delaware, and Southeastern Pennsylvania. The forklift training program includes classroom instruction, hands-on training on five different pieces of equipment, training in a warehouse setting, and a safety standards certification.
Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center and Cornell University host Gateway High School Students for Second Entrepreneurial Learning Experience
Gateway High School students recently enjoyed another successful Cornell Learning Experience as a part of its Entrepreneurship Program, a partnership endeavor with Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center.
MID-ATLANTIC STATES CAREER AND EDUCATION CENTER plans second trip to Cornell University For Gateway High School Students
Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center and Cornell University are pleased to offer Gateway High School students ages 15 to 17 the opportunity to visit the Ithaca, New York campus as part of the school’s Entrepreneurship Program.
Gateway Regional High School in Woodbury recently became the first high school in New Jersey designated as part of the EntreEd’s America’s Entrepreneurial School Initiative, due in part to collaborative efforts with Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center.