Workforce Partnerships

Workforce Partnerships are at the center of the SkillWorks initiative. These partnerships focus on specific industry sectors, bringing together employers, nonprofit agencies, educational institutions, labor unions, and the government to:

  1. Provide effective training to those entering the workforce and to workers stuck in jobs with little opportunity for advancement; and
  1. To make sure that employers have workers who meet their needs.

Phase III Workforce Partnerships

What’s New at SkillWorks

 

March 1st Second Greater Boston IT/Tech Forum A Success!
Leaders in business, workforce development, and education gathered today to explore strategies to diversify tech talent and increase access to well-paying IT/tech careers. The second Greater Boston IT/Tech Forum was part of a three-part series intended to spark conversation, inspire collaboration, and drive action to ensure all of Boston’s residents have a chance to be part of the booming tech sector in the city.

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Looking for more IT/tech conversation? Follow our hashtag #GrtrBosTech and check out these twitter moments via @BostonPIC and @SkillWorks_MA.



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Read the Report: Information & Communication Technology: Shared Prosperity in the Digital Age

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Skills to Succeed: A New Campaign to Increase Massachusetts’ Workforce Outcomes and Resources

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