Weekly Workforce Roundup: Feb. 20-Feb. 26

First, congratulations to the City of Boston and partners in Metro Boston’s application for an H1B Technical Skills Training grant.  The proposal for a regional, collaborative Skilled Careers in Life Sciences (SCILS) Initiative has been fully funded by the Dept. of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration proposal. Over the next 4 years it will enable our region to make significant investments towards achieving shared workforce objectives across our healthcare, research and biotechnology sectors.

Here’s this week’s roundup!  Please add anything we missed by using the “comments” field.

Workforce Development In the News

Research and Analysis

Tools and Resources

Funding Opportunities

Upcoming Events

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Author: SkillWorks

SkillWorks is a nationally recognized workforce funder collaborative, launched by the Boston Foundation in 2003 to improve workforce development in Boston and across Massachusetts. SkillWorks brings together philanthropy, government, community organizations and employers to address the twin goals of: 1) Helping low-skill, low-income individuals attain family-supporting jobs; and 2) Helping employers find and retain skilled employees.

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