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Seeking partners to provide pre-apprenticeship training in construction trades and building maintenance for Metro North residents during Fiscal Years 2023 and 2024.

The MassHire Metro North Workforce Board (MNWB) is seeking partners on a training program proposal for the Workforce Success Grant, which is funded through the Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund (WCTF) issued by the Commonwealth Corporation. The MNWB anticipates developing an application for funding along with selected partners to support a pre-apprenticeship training program in construction and building maintenance for unemployed and underemployed residents of the Metro North region.

Responses are due by email no later than 3 PM on Friday, April 29th. Please email rfp@masshiremetronorth.org. A confirmation of receipt will be sent within one business day. If the confirmation has not been received, please send a follow-up email to ensure your response has been received. For more information, please refer to RFQ document linked below.
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We are delighted to share with you MassHire Metro North Workforce Board’s (MNWB) new Strategic Framework. The Strategic Framework outlines MNWB’s over-arching priorities for the next five years and some of the key goals we seek to achieve.

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At our March 16, 2022 Strategic Framework Webinar, we shared our Mission, Vision and Plan for working with you,
our partners, to grow an increasingly strong and equitable
Workforce Development System in Metro North!

This Strategic Framework is the result of a year-long process that included Community Action Partners, MNWB staff and Board, and many of you, our partners and supporters. We want to thank each and every one of you that participated in some way in the development of this plan, it would not have been possible without you.

To Listen to the Webinar Recording and View the Webinar PowerPoint, click the links below:

Webinar Recording

Webinar Slides

We are hiring!

Youth Team:  We are looking to hire a full-time Youth Programs Manager to focus on our YouthWorks Program and also Consultant to assist with the YouthWorks Program.

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MassHire Metro North Workforce Board has released its REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR WIOA YOUTH PROGRAM PROVIDERS OUT-OF-SCHOOL PROGRAMS  FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023

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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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Read our First WtT Newsletter!!

STEM Week Roundup from the Metro North STEM Network

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Read the Latest Newsletter from MNWB!

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Job Training Highlights!

Free Progams in  Healthcare and Life Sciences; Advanced Manufacturing; and Construction/Facilities !

B2 Life

B2LIFE Flyer

We are excited to announce that the B2 LIFE Job Training Program is accepting new applicants!

In partnership with the Town of Burlington, the Town of Bedford, and MassHire, the B2 LIFE Job Training Program focuses on training residents for employment in the high demand industries of life science and health care. The program is flexible to the needs of residents’ individual career goals and availability.

Click on the Flyer for more information and to learn how to apply!!

Interested? Email Partner-Referrals@mhmncc.com

Advanced Manufacturing Training

Info Sessions available through mid-February 2022. Click on the flyer for more information! 

Metro North Pre-Apprenticeship Construction and Facilities Maintenance Program 

PAC-MAN Flyer

Recruiting is happening NOW for the 3rd PAC-MAN cohort starting in February 2022!

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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.

Metro North STEM Network Meeting

June 2 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

MNWB Annual Board Meeting

June 8 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am

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