Camden County

Free County Flu Shots

The Camden County Department of Health and Human Services recommends everyone get a flu shot this flu season, especially children and seniors who are most vulnerable. The flu shots are provided for no-out-of-pocket cost. Flu vaccinations are provided for children age 9 and older at the flu clinic sites. Children…
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Census Job Fair

In preparation for the 2020 Census, the Census Bureau is planning to hire as many as 3,000 part-time workers in Camden County to follow up with households that do not complete the census form voluntarily. The census job application is fast, convenient, and available online. Most positions pay $16.50 an…
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Board Workers Sought

Registered voters are needed by the Camden County Board of Elections to work at poll sites in all districts in Camden County; Bilingual voters especially in Camden City, Pennsauken & Woodlynne. Earn $200 performing an important public service. Immediate openings working from 5:30 a.m. until the close of polls. Mandatory…
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Join Our Team

The New Jersey Civil Service Commission is now accepting applications for full-time police officers until Aug. 31, 2019. We have several job opportunities and are seeking candidates with the skills and experience to help us meet that goal. If you are up to the challenge, get the process started by…
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Employment Opportunities

The Family Success Center will be holding a recruitment event for facilities maintenance technicians on Friday, August 16th at the Camden County One-Stop Office, 2600 Mt. Ephraim Ave., Suite 102, Camden. All candidates must be pre-screened and scheduled for an appointment prior to the recruitment date by their Local One-Stop…
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Liberty Vigil Friday

Galvanized by the steady stream of disturbing details about U.S. immigrant detention centers Lights for Liberty will bring thousands of Americans to detention camps across the country, into the streets, parks and their own front yards, to protest the inhumane conditions faced by refugees. More than 760 rallies and vigils…
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County Marks Slave Auction Sites

On Monday, June 17th, Camden County, City and State officials joined representatives from across the political spectrum to reflect upon the abhorrent and violent nature of the country’s slave trade. Together with the Camden County Historical Society, the group unveiled the second of three planned historical markers, at the intersection…
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Universe of Family Stories

Camden County Library System welcomes you to join their 2019 Summer Reading Program! Sign up as a family - and add up to 12 readers - to keep track of your reading this summer. Along the way, you'll reach digital badges and earn small prizes to encourage your family to…
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Primary Voting begins

Camden County’s Early Voting Center in Gloucester Township is open to residents to cast their votes early in the 2019 primary election - as an alternative for those who can’t get to the polls on election day. Camden County’s Early Voting Center is located in the Elections and Archives Center,…
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County App alerts police

A new smartphone app in Camden County will allow citizens to quickly send police tips about anything they see or hear that might be suspicious. County Police Lt. Zsakhiem James said STOPit is not intended to replace calling 911, but is "another supplementary tool so that you can contact us…
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County services for seniors

The Camden County ADRC Division of Senior Citizen and Disabled Citizen Services can serve as your doorway to connect you with all of the above and more. The aim of this program is to connect both seniors and adults with disabilities with a full range of the services – public…
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