Shows the local labor market for nine of Central Massachusetts’ largest industry/occupational pathways–features career pathway maps showing jobs at different levels of employment, average pay, and education requirements.
MedCerts: Online Career Training School: Online career training school pioneering how students learn and employers hire. Delivering nationally recognized certification training in the Allied Healthcare and IT fields, MedCerts is approved by the U.S. Department of Labor as a Federal Registered Apprenticeship Intermediary Sponsor for Allied Health careers.
Website for Direct Care Workers in Massachusetts, especially Homemakers and Personal Care Attendants (PCAs): Offers resources for job seekers and workforce professionals interested in direct care worker training, recruitment, and jobs.
Exclusivelyfor youth (links to outside websites)
This initiative connects schools and businesses, providing structured work-based learning experiences to support college and career readiness for students.
State-funded youth employment program that helps teens and young adults get skills and experience to find and keep jobs. Youth participate in paid short-term work placement during the summer and/or school year at public, private, and nonprofit worksites.
Connects high school students with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to provide STEM education from highly qualified educators. Builds on the Mass STEM@Work Campaign. Watch our manufacturing industry intern promotional video.
Program helps out-of-school youth (ages 16 -24) find jobs, education, and career pathways (HiSET/GED prep, vocational/technical skills training, and post-secondary education and employment opportunities).