Those who are interested in upgrading their computer skills or brushing up on job searching techniques are invited to try out one of the free courses offered at Project Self-Sufficiency.  During March, classes in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and QuickBooks will be held, along with a special class designed to introduce senior citizens to safe use of the internet and email.  Other seminars will cover the use of Linked In, along with sessions about resume development, interview skills, financial management, and other topics.  Goal exploration, skills assessment and classes in interpersonal growth will also be available.  All courses will take place in the agency’s Career Center, which is located at 127 Mill Street in Newton.   Students must be registered Family Success Center or Project Self-Sufficiency participants. 


The agency has recently launched a weekly job club and other services to assist residents with their job search.  Other Project Self-Sufficiency Career Center programs include help with obtaining a high school equivalency diploma; job training for women, teens and young adults; career counseling and assessment; Job Start and Job Search services.   Interested participants are encouraged to contact the agency for a schedule.


To inquire about eligibility, or to find out more about the computer courses, seminars or career fairs offered at Project Self-Sufficiency, call 973-940-3500 or 844-807-3500, or visit