On November 5th, the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development held a free, virtual panel looking at ways that adult education programs and participants can connect with employers and family-sustaining jobs. The panel, Models of Equitable Career Paths: From Adult Education
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Registration is now open for Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center Adult Education Program ESOL classes for college & career readiness in North Quincy, MA. Classes start in early September and are offered at morning and evening times, Monday-Thursday. These classes are free
EMPath is seeking a Career Specialist to serve families participating in the Department of Transitional Assistance’s Secure Jobs program who are living in shelter, short term rapid rehousing, or rental voucher programs. The Career Specialist will work holistically with clients
Hear about and experience why building knowledge and attending to the development of vocabulary play a vital role in reading comprehension success. Leave with concrete next steps to implement in your classroom. This PD opportunity with Rachel Etienne is in
Open to anyone with a good command of the English language. For more information call 617-349-4040.
Train to become an EMT Mayor Walsh’s City Academy is training candidates to become eligible for employment as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) with Boston EMS.
The Mayor’s Tuition-Free Community College Plan will now be expanded to include HiSET/GED/METCO graduates in the upcoming spring 2018 semester. The eligibility for the HiSET/GED/Metco remains the same as graduates of BPS/charter/private schools except for the GPA requirement for HiSET/GED