News & Events!!


EVENTS - For All

Ongoing - Green Night

Oct 4  Celebrating Manufacturing Event (Ware)

Oct 2-5  Manufacturing Day Open Houses (State-wide)

Oct 13-15 MASS IDEAS School Design Institute (Babson Park)

Nov 5-9  Health Professions Week (National)

·         Monday, November 5: Keynote Addresses – Dr. Christine Grant & Mr. LeDerick Horne

·         Tuesday, November 6: Election Day Events – Advocacy Panel & #HPWChat Twitter Chat

·         Wednesday, November 7:  College Student Virtual Fair

·         Thursday, November 8: High School Student Virtual

·         Friday, November 9: Money Matters – Financial Aid Panel & Other Activities


EVENTS - For Educators & Other Professionals

Aug 15  Educating for the Future: Practices - Programs - Partnerships (Bridgewater)

Sep 5  Credential Engine Showcase (online)

Oct 10  Raise the Bar HIRE! / Work Without Limits Conference (Norwood)

Oct 22-26  STEM Week (State-wide)

Nov 14  Massachusetts STEM Summit (Worcester)



09/01/18 Baker-Polito Administration Awards $480,000 for Clean Energy Programs (in high schools)

08/03/18 Why So Many Poor Kids Who Get Into College Don't End Up Enrolling (& More) (Vox)

07/27/18 Computer Science Education in MA Can Fulfill Math Requirements (Brookings)

10/05/2017 What We Know about Career & Technical Education in High School

07/16/17 Number of Teens Working Summer Jobs Declines (Northeast Public Radio)

07/03/17 Chicago won't allow high school students to graduate without a plan for the future (Washington Post)

02/16/17 Youth Labor Force Trend and Issues in Massachusetts (UMass Donahue Institute)

12/00/16 Experiences and Perspectives of Young Workers (Federal Reserve)

11/00/16 The Young Adult Labor Force in Massachusetts (Umass Donahue Institute)

07/21/14 The Youth Unemployment Crisis Hits African-Americans Hardest (NPR)

05/02/14 Are Teen Jobs Becoming a Luxury Good?

04/00/13 Building Blocks of Labor Market Success: Evidence from O*Net Job Analysis Surveys (Commonwealth Corporation)

04/04/12 The Secret To Germany's Low Youth Unemployment (Northeast Public Radio)