Are you looking for a way to fill the vacancies in your company? Well, look no further! With Commonwealth Corporation, you can develop a pipeline of workers to fill critical vacancies for Massachusetts businesses. These programs offer training in key fields like manufacturing, healthcare, IT, and construction.
WCTF was created to develop training pipelines to meet the skill needs of businesses in high-demand occupations. We do this by partnering with community-based organizations, as well as industry partners, to create a variety of programs that are tailored to meet business needs.
The Learn to Earn Initiative is a comprehensive approach to providing individuals who are receiving assistance from public benefit programs with the supports, skills, and credentials they need to gain and retain employment in occupations for which employers have persistent demand.
This initiative, announced by Governor Baker, seeks to address the persistent need for skilled labor in construction, trades, and manufacturing. As part of a multi-year strategy, CTI plans to train 20,000 new skilled workers in key trades and technical jobs.
The Re-Entry Workforce Development Demonstration Program is an initiative of Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Rosalin Acosta in support of Governor Baker’s effort to improve workforce outcomes among individuals returning to their communities after incarceration.
Individuals with disabilities have one of the highest barriers to employment among underrepresented groups in the workforce. The Employment Program for Young Adults with Disabilities Program is designed to counter those barriers by providing employment opportunities for those individuals.
The HealthCare HUBs grantees recruit and train unemployed and underemployed candidates for entry-level roles, and support training and other supports intended to provide career advancement opportunities for entry and mid-level health care staff.
The Behavioral Health Partnership Expansion Grant grantees recruit and train unemployed and underemployed candidates for entry-level roles and support training and other supports intended to provide career advancement opportunities for entry and mid-level behavioral healthcare staff.