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Massachusetts Department of Labor Consortia Grant Initiative
MassBay Community College Supports Students along Efficient Pathways into High-Demand Careers
As part of the Transformation Agenda, MassBay Community College, in partnership with Massachusetts Employment and Training Resources and Partnerships for a Skilled Workforce, is helping adults in the MetroWest and Worcester area get back to work by providing the credentials and skills they need now to secure good, family-sustaining jobs.
Transformation Agenda programs may be for you if:
- You are unemployed or underemployed and need a quality professional position
- You always wanted to go back to school and NOW is the time
- You are looking for an accelerated program to qualify you for immediate career opportunities
The programs at MassBay are accelerated, certificate programs, with the optional goal of an Associate and/or Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare, Clean Energy and Information Technology.
In addition to daytime course offerings, MassBay offers:
Online & Hybrid Learning:
Utilizing Blackboard Learn, online classes are conducted through technology such as discussion boards, blogs, and online videos. Students can contribute anytime of day or night. Hybrid programs are a mixture of online learning and face to face labs or classroom time at the college.
Evening & Weekend Programs:
Evening & Weekend programs are offered for credit degrees and certificates, as well as non-credit training. These programs can be completed in evenings, weekends, summer, and during accelerated winter sessions.
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.
For additional information on the programs or student referral please contact Project Navigator Elizabeth Watson by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 508-270-4072.
Project Navigator's schedule:
Monday: Framingham CampusTuesday: Norwood One-StopWednesday: Wellesley CampusThursday: Framingham One-StopFriday: Wellesley Campus
These programs are supported by the Massachusetts Community Colleges & Workforce Development Transformation Agenda, which is 100% funded through a $20 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration TAACCCT. Grant Agreement #TC-22505-11-60-A-25.