General Program Apply Here

  • Businesses of all sizes are encouraged to apply.
  • You can apply for up to $250,000 for a Training Grant.

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Express Program Apply Here

  • Available for businesses with 100 or fewer employees.
  • Grant funds are limited to $30,000 per company per calendar year and to $3,000 per employee per course.
  • Approved businesses will be reimbursed for up to 50% of the actual cost of training.

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Direct Access Program Available Courses

  • Businesses of all sizes are encouraged to enroll.
  • Created for smaller-scale training needs, this program offers training slots, free of charge, to businesses that are eligible.

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Recent Grants Awarded


  • Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
    Black Diamond Networks receives state grant
    Black Diamond Networks, an information technology company headquartered on Main Street in Andover, was one of the recipients of nearly $8 million in Workforce Training grants announced by the Baker-Polito administration recently.
    The Andover Townsman Online
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  • Sunday, March 19th, 2017
    Curtis Industries Receives Workforce Training Fund Grant
    Curtis Industries, LLC has been awarded a $72,610 workforce training grant by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Grants are awarded to projects that will upgrade workers' skills, increase productivity and enhance the competitiveness of Massachusetts businesses.
    Worcester Telegram & Gazette
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  • Friday, March 17th, 2017
    Canton Companies Receive Workforce Training Fund Grants
    The Baker-Polito Administration recently awarded $7.9 million in state Workforce Training Fund grants to 111 Massachusetts companies for training over 5,243 workers and creating an expected 522 new jobs. Among the grant recipients were two companies from Canton: Unicom Engineering and Phoenix Electric Group.
    Canton Citizen
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  • Saturday, March 11th, 2017
    10 SouthCoast Businesses Receive Workforce Training Grant
    The New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce, representing 10 SouthCoast businesses, received a $66,528 Workforce Training Fund grant to train 23 workers. The funding will also go to preparing for the creation of 24 new jobs in 2019.
    SouthCoast Today
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