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Mission

To Fulfill the Promise of Every Child.

 

The CCESC Compact

A compact is a promise. Discover all the promise we hold for students.

CCESC News

FREE Workshop: Supporting Grieving Students in Schools

Join us for a full-day workshop to help students who are grieving. 

CCESC Announces Partnership with Drexel University

The Camden County Educational Services Commission (CCESC) officially announces a partnership with Drexel University, which will provide an opportunity for CCESC employees, member school district employees and their immediate family members to earn a degree online at a significant tuition savings.

FREE Workshop: Emotional Wellness in the Classroom

Join us for an informative morning presented by the Center for Emotional Health.

Lunch & Learn for School Administrators - Crisis Communications

Learn the four phases of crisis communications along with proven strategies to promote clear and concise communications while strengthening trust in your school community. Click here for more information.

CCESC is First to Offer School Communication Services

When instructional leadership for superintendents has been surpassed by other organizational challenges such as safety and security, mental health or equity, the unintended consequence of these new priorities has imposed another challenge - public relations and communications. 

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Career Opportunities

 

Please use the links below to view information on procedures, employment, and available positions at the CCESC.

 

 

♦  Application Procedures

 

♦  Pre-Employment Overview

 

♦  Positions Available

 

 

The Camden County Educational Services Commission offers equal employment opportunity to individuals regardless of age, color, national origin, race, religion, or sex (Board Policy 1530 – Equal Employment Opportunities – adopted April 5, 2006). In accordance with the New Jersey First Act P.L. 2011 c.70, effective September 1, 2011, new public employees are required to obtain New Jersey residency within one (1) year of employment.