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Massachusetts Department of Labor Consortia Grant Initiative
MassBay Community College and Workforce Development Transformation Agenda
This initiative is funded by the Department of Labor, created to provide training and/or improve skills for workers who have lost their jobs or at threat of losing their jobs due to globalization and a weak economy.
The state of Massachusetts developed a Consortia model of state and local Workforce Development Partners and the fifteen Massachusetts Community Colleges to address this issue.
MassBay Community College is a member of the consortia in partnership with Massachusetts Employment and Training Resources and Partnerships for a Skilled Workforce to serve the needs of the MetroWest and Worcester area.
The state goal is to enroll 4,000 students and Place 2,800 in employment over three years; MassBays’ goal is to enroll 200 of those students in one of the twelve DOL approved programs within the three year period.
The DOL approved programs at MassBay are accelerated, module and contextualized Certificates programs, with the optional goal of an Associate and/or Bachelor’s Degree. The focus is to retrain people and get them back into the workforce.
For additional information on the programs or student referral please contact Project Navigator Elizabeth Watson by email at email@example.com or by phone at 508-270-4072.
Project Navigator's schedule:
Monday: Framingham CampusTuesday: Norwood One-StopWednesday: Wellesley CampusThursday: Framingham One-StopFriday: Wellesley Campus
|Massachusetts Community College and Workforce Development Transformation Agenda (MACCWDTA) is 100% funded by $20,000,000.00 TAACCCT Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration.|