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Continuing Education Listings
North Brunswick 08902; associates’ degrees in computer information
systems, telecommunications, business administration, and associates’
and bachelors’ programs in electronics engineering technology. Robert
H. Bocchino, president.
Road, Box B, Trenton 08690; two-year college with community education
division, also at North Broad and Academy Streets, Trenton. Founded
1966. Robert R. Rose, president.
Old Trenton Road, Box B, Trenton 08690; computer, technology, and
management training. Rose Nini, director.
Box 3050, Edison 08818-3050; degrees and certificates in career and
transfer programs. Founded 1964. John Bakum, president.
Systems, University Heights, Newark 07102; also New Jersey
Extension Program. Arthur Gold.
Education, 20 Library Place. Princeton 08540. Founded 1962. Joyce
Nassau Hall c/o Office of Community & State Affairs, Princeton 08544;
also not-for-credit community auditing program. Harold Y. McCulloch,
Lamington Road, Box 3300, Somerville 08876-1265; serving Somerset
and Hunterdon counties. Founded 1965. Jerry Ryan, president.
Route 28 and Lamington Road, Box 3300, Somerville 08876-1265;
evening, and weekend seminars, conferences, lectures, also customized
training. Founded 1995. Janet Luton Perantoni, dean.
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville 08648; MBA program (AACSB
— 500 students), undergraduate business, 11 majors, (1140 day
time, 300 part-time). Founded 1967. Mark Sandberg, dean.
Road, Lawrenceville 08648; John Carpenter, dean.
Street, Newark 07102-1895; graduate business program offering MBA,
executive MBA, and Ph.D in management, MBA in professional accounting.
Founded 1941. Howard Tuckman, dean.
Trenton 08608-1176; 11 associate and baccalaureate degrees for adult
students in 119 areas of study. Founded 1972. George A. Pruitt,
08540; international headquarters of 500 language centers, and
and translation operations in 55 countries. Founded 1878. Jim Kahl,
Avenue. Trenton 08638. Nancy M. Murray EdD, RN, chairperson.
Lane. East Brunswick 08816; short courses at the New Brunswick and
Princeton Hyatt in applied industrial technology for working
and engineers. Founded 1967. Charles Bendel, CEO.
Lawrenceville 08648; medical and business careers, formerly Star
Technical Institute. Founded 1980. Linda Burke, director.
Line Road. Belle Mead 08502; 630-hour holistic massage therapy
program. Founded 1984. Renate M. Novak, owner.
1085 Old Trenton Road. Trenton 08690; adult occupational and skills
training. Founded 1968. Joseph Borgia, director of adult education.
C-20, Box 701, Princeton 08542-0701; community-based continuing
Founded 1939. Anne Brener Kahn, administrative coordinator.
Pennington 08534. Founded 1980. Richard A. Weidel Jr., manager of
191 College Avenue, c/o Division of Summer Session, New Brunswick
08901; not-for-credit courses given by members and current or retired
Rutgers faculty for those over 50 at the Highland Park Reformed
& South Mill Road, Box 505, Princeton Junction 08550-0248; continuing
education classes for adults, including computer classes, ESL and
GED. Marci Rubin, director.
Executive Center, Princeton 08540; training for career and corporate
clients, also an authorized testing center. Founded 1984. Giuseppe
Dragone, regional director.
Road, Box B, Trenton 08690; customized training including management,
support staff, personal computer and technical training. Founded 1980.
Nunzio E. Cernero, director.
08902; computer training with diploma programs in programming,
support, networking, client/server application and PC applications.
Founded 1969. Bill Ehrhardt, school director.
Way, First Floor, Princeton 08540; facilitators of computer training
— development and rental of training rooms, based in suburban
Chicago, 800-273-8019. Chrystal Murphy, manager.
Street, Princeton 08540-1504; instructor-led training in Windows
both public and on-site classes, customized application development.
Founded 1986. Kathleen P. Unick, president.
Building 3, Box 300, Princeton 08543-0300; computer training facility
open to the public and available for on-site training. Founded 1990.
Mike Wishnick, training manager.
East Brunswick 08816; classroom training, technology based training,
and computer consulting services. Founded 1984. Tim Rucinski, general
authorized computer education center for Microsoft, Novell, Lotus.
Founded 1985. Jim LaRusso, business development manager.
5, Ewing 08628; career computer training, a Microsoft-certified
provider. Founded 1999. Haresh Sheth, president and financial officer.
Plains Road, Monroe 08831; training for children and adults at home
or office, private or group, birthday parties, summer children’s
camp. Founded 1991. Tom Kauders, president.
Pointe Boulevard, Suite 118, Princeton 08540; largest independently
owned training company in the world. Founded 1982. Ken L. Foxton,
08505; Java and enterprise training and consulting. Kimberly Morello,
Windsor 08520; information systems, accounting and financial
also computer skills training, web site design and publishing. Founded
1992. Alan Brown CPC, principal.
102 West Franklin Avenue, Building B, Straube Center, Pennington
NT Administration and A+ certification courses, professional
credits for educators, on-site installations and training. Founded
1982. Eva L. Kaplan, director.
Road, East Windsor 08520; customized computer training in word
spreadsheet, graphics, database and Internet applications at office
or home. Founded 1991. Renee Altman, president.
Street Entrance, Box 511, Trenton 08603-0511; bilingual computer
computer sales & service, and computer books, a division of Sistemas
Inc.. Founded 1983. Debbie Aguiar-Velez, president.
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