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Massachusetts Workforce Development Resources and Initiatives


Massachusetts Workforce Development Resources

Workforce development programs are essential for the economic growth and prosperity of a state. Effective workforce development will help to address worker skills gaps, increase the state’s economic growth, improve job opportunities, and help meet the needs of employers.


By investing in workforce development programs, states can create a well-trained, highly skilled, and diverse workforce that meets the needs of both workers and employers.


Massachusetts Workforce Development Resources

Massachusetts offers a variety of workforce development resources for job seekers and employers. Here are some resources you can explore:


MassHire Career Centers

MassHire Career Centers provide a range of services to job seekers, including job search assistance, career counseling, skills assessments, and training programs. There are 29 MassHire Career Centers located throughout the state.


MassHire JobQuest

JobQuest is an online job search platform that allows job seekers to search for job openings in Massachusetts. The platform also provides job search resources and tools.


Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund

The Workforce Training Fund provides grants to Massachusetts employers to support employee training and skill development. The grants are available to both small and large businesses.


Massachusetts One-Stop Career Centers

The One-Stop Career Centers provide job seekers with a variety of resources, including job search assistance, career counseling, and training programs. There are 16 One-Stop Career Centers located throughout the state.


Massachusetts Apprenticeship Program

The Massachusetts Apprenticeship Program provides job seekers with opportunities to gain on-the-job training and work experience in a variety of fields. The program is available to individuals who are at least 16 years old.


Massachusetts Department of Career Services

The Department of Career Services provides a range of resources and services to job seekers, including job search assistance, career counseling, and training programs. The department also offers resources for employers, including information about job fairs and recruitment events.


Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

The Rehabilitation Commission provides services and resources to individuals with disabilities who are seeking employment. Services include job search assistance, skills assessments, and vocational training programs.


Massachusetts Workforce Development Initiatives

Massachusetts also has several workforce development initiatives aimed at improving the skills and knowledge of its workforce. Here are some of the key initiatives:


MassHire Workforce Boards

The MassHire Workforce Boards are local workforce development boards that provide strategic guidance and oversight for the MassHire Career Centers in each region. The boards work with employers, community organizations, and other stakeholders to identify the workforce needs of the region and develop strategies to address those needs.


Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund (WCTF)

The WCTF provides grants to support workforce development programs that are designed to meet the needs of Massachusetts employers. The fund focuses on helping workers gain the skills and knowledge needed to fill high-demand jobs in industries such as healthcare, advanced manufacturing, and technology.


Governor's Workforce Skills Cabinet

The Governor's Workforce Skills Cabinet is a group of state agency leaders, business leaders, and education leaders who work together to develop and implement strategies to improve the skills and knowledge of Massachusetts workers. The cabinet focuses on workforce development initiatives that align with the needs of the state's economy.


Massachusetts Apprenticeship Initiative

The Massachusetts Apprenticeship Initiative is a program that provides funding to support the development of apprenticeship programs in high-demand industries. The program is designed to help workers gain the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in these industries, while also helping employers to develop a pipeline of skilled workers.


STEM Pipeline Fund

The STEM Pipeline Fund is a program that supports STEM education and workforce development initiatives in Massachusetts. The program provides grants to support K-12 STEM education, workforce training programs, and research projects aimed at improving STEM education and workforce development.


Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund

The Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund provides grants to Massachusetts employers to support employee training and skill development. The grants are available to both small and large businesses and are designed to help workers gain the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in their jobs and advance their careers.


About LMS Portals

LMS Portals is a Massachusetts-based company, providing our clients and partners with a SaaS-based, multi-tenant learning management system that allows you to launch a dedicated training environment (a portal) for each of your unique audiences.


While we offer a complete library of ready-made corporate training courses supporting most every area of workforce development, our platform includes an embedded course authoring tool that enables most anyone to build engaging courses quickly and easily. So you can build your own courses, utilize our off-the-shelf library, or some combination of the two.


If you choose to, you can create Learning Paths to deliver courses in a logical progression and add structure to your training program.


The system also supports Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) and provides tools for online coaching and social learning.


Contact us today to get started or visit our Partner Program pages

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