BRIDGEWATER – Upon invitation, PSGCNJ’s Board of Directors has agreed to join the Somerset County Business Partnership, granting its members valuable networking opportunities with area business leaders and employers.
“A highly skilled workforce has always been one of Somerset County’s strengths,” said PSGCNJ Executive Director Kenneth Hitchner. “As a nonprofit that is loaded with successful, available professionals, it’s important that we partner with others to become part of the solution as our region continues to recover from the recent recession.”
“The Business Partnership appreciates the support of PSGCNJ, and we look forward to working with these highly skilled professionals to help Somerset County prosper in the years ahead,” said Michael V. Kerwin, President & CEO of the Somerset County Business Partnership.
Serving as the regional Chamber of Commerce in Somerset County, the mission of the Somerset County Business Partnership is to lead the business community to a prosperous and sustainable future. It offers members opportunities to grow their business in many ways, through our networking, advocacy, workforce, and educational events.
The Somerset County Business Partnership is a creative public-private partnership that provides economic development services with the support of the Somerset County Freeholders. For more information, visit www.scbp.org.
PSGCNJ is an independent employment community that puts unemployed professionals back to work through educational and workforce development programs that include networking, support, and employer-outreach services. Currently, the nonprofit is awaiting tax-exempt status.