Feb 13, 2024

The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development (EOLWD) today announced $5 million in Apprenticeship Expansion and Opportunity Grants to 25 organizations to train and place 1,000 new apprentices across the state. The grants leverage $2.4M in state funding complemented by remaining support from federal funds to train apprentices in high growth industries like healthcare, manufacturing, clean energy, early childhood education, and more.

Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Lauren Jones made the announcement at The Community Group in Lawrence, Massachusetts. The Community Group received $250,000 to train 50 childcare teacher apprentices.

Read the full article at MassNonprofit News.

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