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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.
| ||MassBay Transformation Agenda Team|
(left to right):
DOL Program Assistant and Training Pro-Administrator
DOL College/Career Navigator
Sofia G. Vargas,
Director, DOL Transformation Agenda Consortia (Metro-South/West region)
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.