Lifelong Learning Accounts (LiLA) Program

The Lifelong Learning Accounts (LiLA) Program is part of the governor’s Future of Work initiative. The program provides job coaching, training, and employment support for residents who are unemployed and underemployed and do not have a college degree, workplace certifications, or credentials.

Complete the LiLA Program Interest Form

Veteran’s Drone Pilot Apprenticeship Program

Do you have a veteran working for your business or organization? Would your organization benefit from the veteran gaining the Part 107 credential?

The Veteran’s Drone Pilot Apprenticeship Program will formally provide knowledge of various (Part 107) drone pilots using drone-mounted commercial cameras. The program will provide veteran participants with related technical instruction, Remote Pilot Test Prep materials, a textbook package, the PSI Exam, a stipend for participation, and access to a Success Coach.

Join our Virtual Information Session
Thursday, March 7, 3 p.m.

Click here to register

NEW! The Atlantic City Works Training Program

(Funded through a grant from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA))

Atlantic City residents and anyone working in an Atlantic City business may be eligible to participate in the Atlantic City Works Program.

COMPLETE AC Works Interest Form

The South Jersey Training Program (Get Into Energy)

The program is designed to create a pipeline of entry-level utility candidates. The free program is offered at one of four community colleges in southern New Jersey. Participating colleges include Atlantic Cape Community College, Camden County College, Rowan College of South Jersey, Salem County College.

Complete SJ Training Form

Center for Transition Success

The Center for Transition Success at Atlantic Cape Community College serves as a resource to provide support for individuals as they transition from secondary school to postsecondary education, adult employment, workforce training and independent living. Funded programs at The Center for Transition Success are supported financially by the County College-Based Center for Adult Transition Grant administered by The New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education (OSHE).

Learn more about the Center for Transition Success


Atlantic Cape Community College, through a grant from the New Jersey Department of Labor, offers free Adult Education classes. English as a Second Language classes are offered at the Worthington Atlantic City campus September through May in both the morning and the evening. Classes include beginner level ESL classes, as well as College Pathways classes, which prepare students to enter the college as credit students. Adult Education classes are offered at the Worthington Atlantic City campus, three days per week. High School Equivalency Preparation classes (GED) are offered at the Worthington Atlantic City Campus morning, afternoon or evening. All classes are free. Placement testing is required for all classes.

Students may visit the college at 1535 Bacharach Blvd, room 252, Atlantic City to inquire about these programs or they may call the Director of Adult Education & Integrated Education Programs, Barbara Kozek at 609.343.4884.