GREATER LOWELL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD RELEASES THE FISCAL YEAR 2019 ANNUAL PLAN FOR COMMENT
The Greater Lowell Workforce Development Board (GLWDB), in partnership with the Chief Elected Official (CEO), Eileen Donoghue, Manager, City of Lowell, is responsible for developing an Annual Plan for Fiscal Year 2019 and submitting the plan to the Massachusetts Department of Career Services. Local Workforce Development Boards, through the annual planning process, must assure that effective service and positive outcomes remain the overarching goal for all local providers and that quality is not compromised in the wake of challenges posed to the workforce system. Interested parties are encouraged to submit written comments on the Executive Summary to the Greater Lowell Workforce Development Board, no later than August 27, 2018.
Upcoming Quality Control & Quality Assurance Training
The Career Center of Lowell will be hosting a free training session for Quality Control and Quality Assurance. The next 6 week session will start on April 30, 2018 If you are between the ages of 17 to 29 and are looking to start a new career click the link to attend an informational session.
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Local Employers and High Schools Participate in STEM Roundtable
Several local employers, staff and students from 3 Greater Lowell High Schools participated in a STEM Roundtable hosted by Secretary of Education James Peyser, Greater Lowell Workforce Development Board Executive Director Peter Farkas and Michael Glass of Thermo Fisher. The roundtable was held at Tewksbury High school and featured students from Lowell High School and Tewksbury High school, who shared their experiences as interns at Watermark, the National Park and Thermo Fisher. The focus of the roundtable was to open dialogue with local employers about providing internship opportunities to Juniors and Seniors from area high schools.
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AMP IT UP! Grant received to Increase Advanced Manufacturing Career Awareness at four Greater Lowell Area High Schools
MassDevelopment today announced 12 partnerships will receive AMP it up! matching grants for outreach and other innovative programs that will educate young people and adults about career options in advanced manufacturing.
Esther Majwega was happy to answer calls to the Mayor’s Office from citizens of Lowell; and the Mayor’s Office was happy to have her. For the second summer in a row she assisted Mayor Rodney Elliott and his aide Celine Gettings with the day-to-day operations of the fourth largest city in Massachusetts. Esther has worked... View Article