Career Connection

If you are unemployed or underemployed or concerned about your employment status, the Career Connection Ministry can help with resume writing, interviewing skills, networking, financial planning and stress management if you are in the career transition process. We also have developed a database of companies with  job openings.

Human Resource professionals from our partner, Virtua Health Services, and credentialed professionals, offer free training programs for those in the job search process. Preregistration is not necessary. Upcoming presentations are listed on the website of the Career Transition Partnership as well as below.

Volunteers: Anyone with expertise in helping individuals through the job seeking process is welcome to be part of this ministry. Your talent is urgently needed.  For information call Thom Scattaregia, (856) 235-0181, X124 or email  him at

See If anyone knows of a parishioner of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church that is in need of help, please have them contact Deacon David Papuga at 856-235-0181 or and the information will be handled with the strictest confidentiality.

Latest Schedule:

The Career Transition Partnership (CTP) has developed a curriculum of FREE workshop training programs and a mentoring service to assist job seekers in their transition. You can attend a training every week at one of our three locations:

  • St. Isaac Jogues Parish Hall (park on the right, lighted side of building), located on Evesboro-Medford Rd & Elmwood Rd, Marlton, NJ or
  • Cinnaminson Public Library, 1619 Riverton Rd, Cinnaminson, NJ.
  • Temple Emanuel, 1101 Springdale Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ

All training sessions are held in the evenings beginning with informal networking at 6:30pm followed by the program at 7:00pm. Pre-registration is NOT required for this FREE training. The CTP has helped over 170 individuals gain employment.

For a complete workshop schedule or to register for FREE, go to That website presents additional information to aid you in your employment transition.  This site will list the specific topics, dates and locations of each week’s training.

The AARP Bulletin and Channel 6, WPVI, have featured the Career Connections Ministry.