- 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.
Thursday, July 28th, 2016
Sterling business awarded state Workforce Training Grant
Sterling-based Anderson Power Products was among 101 companies to receive more than $8.47 million in Workforce Training Grant funds, the Baker-Polito administration announced. The grants enable businesses to train current or newly hired workers.
Friday, July 15th, 2016
Inside the Job Market: Summer is the perfect time to invest in training
Did you know that nearly one-third of the Massachusetts labor force is over the age of 55 and will be retiring leaving a significant talent and succession gap? Did you know that more than two-thirds of all jobs will require some post-secondary training beyond high school by 2018?
The Berkshire Eagle
Tuesday, July 12th, 2016
State Grants Are Money Well-spent
It’s one of those headlines that would probably get lost amid others on the business pages of the newspaper, or even this publication — about mergers, acquisitions, new CEOs, the market’s seemingly endless ups and downs, and even the price of gasoline. But it shouldn’t...
Sunday, July 3rd, 2016
State awards $8.5 million in workforce training grants
More than $8.47 million in workforce training grants will be distributed to 101 companies to enable them to train current or newly hired workers.