Free IT training program for young adults expands to Hudson
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HUDSON COUNTY – NPower Technology Service Corps has opened its newest regional office at New Jersey City University's Logistics Center on West Side Avenue in Jersey City.

The site is New Jersey’s first location operating NPower’s 22-week information technology workforce development program that merges classroom technical training and certification with internships and professional development led by corporate and nonprofit technology professionals.

“Our Technology Service Corps program provides training for underserved young adults through our free technical skills and professional development training, as well as employment and alumni services,” said NPower Chief Executive Officer Stephanie Cuskley.

NPower’s Technology Service Corps Jersey City program is open to those ages 18-24 who are Hudson County residents, not currently in school, and have at least a high school diploma or equivalent.

For more information about applying for the program, visit

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