NJ ChamberEconomic Recovery & Reopening Update April 9, 2021 Content Curated By Scott Goldstein INSIDE TODAY'S UPDATE The state will roll out a $15 million aid program for arts and culture venues. Mayor wants more Newark residents to get COVID-19 shots at the new FEMA mega-site in the city. A COVID-19 vaccination center at Rowan University was an 'unexpected surprise.' The State will Roll Out a $15 Million Aid Program for Arts and Culture Venues The state has designated $15 million in federal relief
NJ ChamberEconomic Recovery & Reopening Update April 8, 2021 Content Curated By Scott Goldstein INSIDE TODAY'S UPDATE Get your applications in. A federal program offering grants to concert spaces, movie theaters and museums opens today. Experts: New Jersey needs more vaccine supplies to combat a spike in COVID-19 cases. The more contagious U.K. variant is fueling the increase of new cases. Get Your Applications In. A Federal Program Offering Grants to Concert Spaces, Movie Theaters and Museums Opens
NJ ChamberEconomic Recovery & Reopening Update April 6, 2021 Content Curated By Scott Goldstein INSIDE TODAY'S UPDATE New Jersey loosens COVID-19 travel restrictions. Jersey City employees will return to their offices starting in May. All N.J. residents age 16 and over will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccines beginning April 19. N.J. Loosens COVID-19 Travel Restrictions “New Jersey is no longer advising fully vaccinated individuals who travel domestically to self-quarantine after their trip or
FREE! On The Job (OJT) Grants for ALL sizedBusinesses Announcing our OJT -"On The Job Training Grants" The On the Job Training Program is a method of providing individualized occupational skills training for dislocated workers and low income adults. It provides a significant incentive for employers to hire unemployed workers; train them on-site; and give them the job skills they need. This program also fosters business retention by helping an employer secure funding to stabilize and train a quality
PROGRAM UPDATE: PPE Access Program Deadline Extended to May 28 TRENTON, N.J. (March 22, 2021) – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) today announced that New Jersey businesses with 100 or fewer full-time equivalent employees (FTEs) will be able to receive discounts of nearly 70 percent off purchases of personal protective equipment (PPE) through the NJ Small and Micro Business PPE Access Program until Friday, May 28th, 2021 or until program funds are exhausted. Small businesses and
Exciting Red Bank RiverCenter happenings can be found in the Two River Times and the Asbury Park Press. Follow the links below to read the latest information about Red Bank! Two River Times – Broadwalk reopening https://tworivertimes.com/red-bank-to-reprise-popular-broadwalk-county-issues-outdoor-opening-guide/ Asbury Park Press – events for
NJ ChamberCoronavirus & Economic RecoveryUpdate March 12, 2021 EDITOR’S NOTE Monday, March 15, marks the one-year anniversary of this daily newsletter. Beginning with Monday’s issue, the newsletter will have a new name and a fresh look. It will continue to provide timely information on the state's economic recovery and reopening, as well as critical resources for your business. Thank you for supporting the N.J. Chamber of Commerce. Today's News for New Jersey Business:Federal relief bill sets aside
***MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH***Join us May 1, 2020 at 1pm ET Fearless Friday #Webinar by registering at this link ow.ly/KBjF50zrbqN to understand mental health challenges your workforce may be facing and how your brand might be affected. Registration is free.You will hear from Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Carol J. Feldman and Mental Health Ambassador, Craig Kramer of Janssen Neuroscience (a Johnson & Johnson Company) whom will share insights on this workforce challenge in the age of #COVID19.