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We are thrilled to launch our new Work to THRIVE initiative, our way of addressing systemic inequities by focusing resources on communities and populations most in need.  

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B2LIFE Program for Burlington and Bedford Residents!

Job Training in Healthcare and Life Sciences!

The COVID-19 pandemic has left thousands of Burlington and Bedford residents unemployed and without the certainty of returning to work. To address these employment impacts, the towns of Burlington and Bedford have partnered with MassHire Metro North to offer a job training program that would offer subsidized education and training for low to moderate income residents who want to take existing courses in the high demand healthcare and life sciences fields. This job-training program will invest in Burlington and Bedford residents and strengthen the state’s healthcare and life science cluster. Interested? Email Partner-Referrals@mhmncc.com

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Check out our FREE virtual customer service skills training!

The goal of the virtual training is to provide a customer-service focused training resource for Massachusetts employers who are reopening their customer-facing businesses. Participants of the virtual training will receive a certificate of completion that retail businesses could display to the public. This could be a great resource for small to midsized businesses.

THE NEW NORMAL: ESSENTIAL CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS

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Standing in Solidarity

The MassHire Metro North Workforce Board is horrified, angered, and deeply saddened by the recent murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless other citizens as a result of police brutality and systemic racism. We recognize these incidents as examples, once again, of our society’s greatest failures. These longstanding systemic failures have resulted in violence, hatred, discrimination, and biases against our Black and Brown communities and citizens, perpetuating broad social and economic injustices and inequities.

We join many others in the cry against racism in every form.

As an organization and as individuals, we are committed to engaging our Metro North communities and partners in discussions around equity, inclusion, and support. And we will continue to take decisive action to advance social and economic opportunities for those who have suffered our society’s failings.

We stand firm in our values of equity, justice, and opportunity.

Membership Committee Meeting

January 22 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

MNWB Board of Directors Meeting

February 12 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

MNWB Quarterly Board Meeting

March 10 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am

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