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Career and Life Transitions Center

Interested in learning more about how our Career & Life Transitions Centers can help you reach your goals?

Call us today at 908-788-1453 and ask for Terry!

Career and Life Transitions Center

Norwescap’s Career & Life Transitions Center (CLTC) helps women across northwestern New Jersey gain personal and economic self-sufficiency to reach their full potential through education, training, job readiness, community referrals, and supportive services. Participants are matched with a Norwescap team member who partners with them to identify their personal goals and access resources to achieve those goals. We are a trauma-informed care center for women seeking employment. If you are underemployed, unemployed, stuck in a job and want to become promotion ready, our team is here to guide you toward your goals and support your journey. 

Services include:

All services are confidential and free of charge. 

Get Involved with CLTC!

If you live in Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Sussex or Warren Counties and are interested in learning more about how Norwescap CLTC can help you, please call our main number, 908-788-1453 and ask for Terry. 

Other resources:

If you live outside our area and feel you could use these type of services, visit www.dhnj.org to find a Displaced Homemakers Center near you or visit your local NJ One Stop Center: Career Services | One-Stop Career Centers (nj.gov)

Upcoming Workshops and Events:

Other Programs that can provide assistance


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Child & Family
Resource Services

Child and Family Resource Services (CFRS) empowers families and the community by enhancing the quality and accessibility of early childhood education, and by providing information and resources to community services that support families and providers.

Pathways 2 Prosperity

Norwescap’s Pathways 2 Prosperity program, based in Newton, NJ, helps adults (called Path Leaders) design their own pathway to sustainable self-reliance and resiliency.