Warehouse Job Training Program

Employee moving boxes on a forklift in a warehouse

About Warehouse Logistics Training Academy

As part of The Community FoodBank of New Jersey’s commitment to eradicating poverty, which is the root cause of hunger, we are happy to introduce the Warehouse Logistics Training Academy course. This eight-week warehouse job training program is in partnership with New Jersey’s Department of Labor and will teach students inventory management, compliance, purchasing, warehouse fulfillment, and transportation safety.

Students who complete the training will receive their Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification. This qualification is an important asset for people looking for jobs in logistics and warehouse settings.

Requirements for WLTA

A requirement for CFBNJ’s warehouse job training program participants is that they need a High School Diploma, GED, or must pass a federally approved ATB test. Grants and scholarships are available for those who qualify.

CFBNJ Warehouse Logistics Training Academy Start Dates

The next WLTA course begins on February 12, 2024.

Apply for CFBNJ’s Warehouse Job Training Program

The application is 44 questions long (mostly multiple choice), including a job history if applicable, and should take between 10-15 minutes to complete.


James LeBrun, Workforce Development Outreach Coordinator

Analia Acosta, Workforce Development Administrative Assistant