CWC takes pride in being a resource for workforce development professionals across the Commonwealth. We provide a central location for career opportunities, training events and workshops, and general announcements related to workforce development.
CWC provides a centralized location for our partners and members to post open positions in the workforce development field.
Non-CWC events can be found here. We provide a centralized location for our partners and members to advertise upcoming events, trainings, or workshops for workforce development professionals.
There are no announcements at this time.
- Massachusetts Resources
- National Resources
ACT (Accelerated Career Training) is a collaboration with the local Career Opportunities Center to assist adults who are unemployed or underemployed looking for re-training, or updating their professional skills.
Adult Literacy Resource Institute contains several publications and links related to policy and advocacy in the ABE arena.
The Boston Foundation devotes its resources to building and sustaining a vital, prosperous city and region where justice and opportunity are extended to everyone.
The Commonwealth Corporation is Massachusetts’ state agency in charge of state funded initiatives, youth services, and public research and evaluation.
Commonwealth Workforce Coalition website announces training and events for workforce development staff and provides resources for your work.
The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development provides information on Career Centers, Workforce Training Fund, and unemployment insurance.
Mass Division of Career Services (MassCIS) is designed to provide occupational and educational information to help people make better-informed career and school choices.
Mass Inc. is a state level think tank developing “a public agenda that promotes the growth and vitality of the middle class.” New Skills for New Economy Campaign has produced several relevant reports.
The Massachusetts Workforce Alliance unites individuals, organizations and coalitions to advance sensible workforce development policy that creates true economic opportunity for low-income people.
The Massachusetts Workforce Professionals Association website helps local workforce directors stay abreast of upcoming workforce development events across the state, hear recent success stories, keep up on the latest research, and more.
SkillWorks works to create a workforce development system that helps low-skilled, low-income residents move to family sustaining jobs and helps employers find and retain skilled employees.
System for Adult Basic Education Support lists training, conferences, publications, and other resources available through five regional offices for adult basic education and ESOL professionals
The Aspen Institute Workforce Strategies Initiative offers publications on workforce development and sector programs, case studies of sectoral employment, including health care, blue collar trades, and garment industry. aspenwsi.org
The Bureau of Labor Statistics site includes the Occupational Outlook Handbook and other statistical information and resources. bls.gov
CLASP is a national policy organization with hundreds of workforce development policy studies. clasphome.org
The Federal Department of Labor site includes major focus on workforce development, federal funding opportunities, regulations, etc. dol.gov
The National Fund for Workforce Solutions (NFWS) is a national initiative that partners with businesses, communities, and philanthropy to develop employer-driven workforce strategies to help low-wage workers and job seekers obtain career opportunities, while creating talent supply chains that close skill gaps and strengthen local economies. Their website has numerous links to promising practices, articles, and research. nfwsolutions.org
National Skills Coalition (formerly The Workforce Alliance) is a national coalition of community-based organizations, community colleges, unions, business leaders and local officials advocating for public policies that invest in the skills of America’s workers, so they can better support their families and help American businesses better compete in today’s economy. nationalskillscoalition.org
The U.S. Housing Market Conditions website by HUD provides consolidated economic and housing data. huduser.gov
Workforce3 One is a new collaborative effort between the US Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (ETA), the Center for Employment Security Education and Research (CESER), which is the 501c3 affiliate of the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), and the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB). Workforce3 One seeks to demonstrate how to achieve a focus on high growth/high demand industries and employer partnerships, respond to the demands of employers, and meet the needs of job seekers. workforcegps.org