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NJSPL – Financial Literacy in New Jersey

Financial literacy is integral for empowering entrepreneurs towards obtaining favorable financing, driving innovation, and ultimately achieving stronger business growth.

Political earthquakes rock New Jersey’s Democratic machine

“In New Jersey, there was a machine that was really powerful and if you went up against it, you lost. Through Norcross losing power, the county line lawsuit and Menendez’s indictment … all these events have created this window, and people are stepping into it,” Rutgers political science professor Julia Sass Rubin said.

Can New Jersey’s political machines hold on to power?

New Jersey’s political boss culture dates back more than 100 years. It was able to outlast the good government reforms of the early 20th century. While the current moment feels hopeful, political machines do not give up power easily.

Heldrich Report: NJ’s Energy-Efficiency Workforce Needs

The Heldrich Center, in partnership with the Built Environment and Green Building Group at the Center for Urban Policy Research, recently conducted a study to better understand and document community needs and areas for growth in training, recruiting, hiring, and retaining students, trainees, and workers from diverse backgrounds for the state’s energy-efficiency workforce.

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