Business Directory

Government & Education

Bergen Community College
Founded in 1965 to satisfy the region's need for a convenient, affordable and comprehensive higher education destination, Bergen Community College now enrolls nearly 17,000 students in its academic degree programs. The College's three sites in Paramus (main campus), Hackensack (Ciarco Learning Center) and Lyndhurst (Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands) serve more than 32,000 students in degree, continuing education and adult education programs.

Upon graduation, students not only utilize the statewide transfer agreement to attend New Jersey's four-year schools, but use Bergen's reputation as a top community college to propel them to institutions nationwide. Other students enter careers with the skills they need in order to succeed.The College boasts an accomplished faculty, cutting-edge facilities and opportunities for cultural awareness, civic engagement and service-learning.
College of Saint Elizabeth
The College of Saint Elizabeth is a community of learning in the Catholic liberal arts tradition for students of diverse ages, backgrounds, and cultures. Founded in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, the College has a strong tradition of concern for the poor, for developing leadership in a spirit of service and social responsibility, and a commitment to the promotion of women as full partners in society.

The College is proud to offer a large variety of programs to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Students have the following options in selecting a program of study that best meets their needs: Undergraduate, Continuing Studies and Graduate Programs.
Eastwick College & the HoHoKus Schools
Each of our programs features a hands-on learning component, where students practice with similar equipment and procedures used by employers in the area, and may include clinical work with patients. This helps ensure our graduates have the confidence and real-world skills to succeed on the job.

Eastwick shares a wide variety of beneficial accreditations and partnerships with leaders in the community, ranging from some of the biggest employers to the most reputable hospitals and community organizations. These local connections allow us to offer unique job placement opportunities to our students, matching them to employee demands in the area.

Charity work is a key part of student life at Eastwick College and the HoHoKus Schools. Students regularly help organize food drives, bake sales, disaster relief fundraisers, and blood drives. For every dollar they raise, Eastwick College and the HoHoKus Schools will match the donation.

 
Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Hospitality
The International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Fairleigh Dickinson University is the oldest program of its type in the New York metropolitan area and one of the oldest in the United States. We are currently rated one of the top ten hospitality management programs in the country by The Best Schools.org, as well as being rated by the Princeton Review’s Gourman Report as one of the top fifteen 4-year hospitality management programs in the United States. UNWTO affiliate logo

Located in the center of the world's largest hospitality/tourism market, the School has two main New Jersey campuses in Teaneck and Madison, and five off-site locations at Atlantic City, Jersey City, Mercer County, Ocean County, and Wyndham International in Parsippany. In addition to our New Jersey locations, we have an international campus in Vancouver, British Columbia. The school is dedicated to utilizing all of the industry and educational opportunities the area has to offer, in preparing our students to assume key positions of responsibility in the hospitality and tourism industries.
NJ Department of of Children & Families
The New Jersey Department of Children and Families is the state’s first comprehensive agency dedicated to ensuring the safety, well-being and success of children, youth, families and communities. Our vision is to ensure a better today and even a greater tomorrow for every individual we serve.

Created in July 2006, we are the first Cabinet-level department devoted exclusively to serving and safeguarding the most vulnerable children and families of our state. Since that time, the agency has evolved to be more inclusive of the voice of the individuals it was established to serve.  Currently, DCF is staffed by approximately 6,600 employees and encompasses: Adolescent Services, Centralized Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline, Child Protection and Permanency (formerly Youth and Family Services), Children's System of Care (formerly Child Behavioral Health Services), Child Welfare Training Academy, Family and Community Partnerships (formerly Prevention, and Community Partnerships), Institutional Abuse Investigation Unit, Office of Licensing, Specialized Education Services, Women (transferred from DCA)
Ramapo College of NJ
Ramapo College Foundation's mission is to provide the resources that make the difference in Ramapo College's quest for educational excellence. The Foundation provides funds for student scholarships, faculty research, educational programs, building projects, and community programs. The Foundation, within the Institutional Advancement division, assists with all external relations and partnerships for the college.
William Paterson University
At William Paterson University, students find a supportive and challenging environment that encourages them to push themselves, gain confidence, and come away with the knowledge that remarkable things are within their reach. Located in suburban Wayne, New Jersey, the University serves more than 11,500 students through five colleges: Arts and Communication, Cotsakos College of Business, Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Science and Health. Our more than 250 undergraduate and graduate academic programs create opportunities that help students succeed in our classrooms, laboratories, studios, and throughout our 370-acre wooded campus.