North Central Workforce Board

OUR STORY

The MassHire North Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board, Inc.(MNCWB), established in 1979, is a private 501(c)3 non-profit corporation designated by the Governor to serve as the Local Workforce Board for the North Central Massachusetts Workforce Region under the new Federal  sildenafil nei cibi https://equalitymi.org/citrate/viagra-interaction-with-norvasc/29/ artwork essay professional resume writing services in jacksonville fl comparison essay about home in the return and home definition essay ideas levitra 10 mg dosierung msm buspar discussion boards get link viagra chewable tablets sociology paper example follow source site https://shepherdstown.info/conclusion/harvard-research-papers-finance/17/ https://servingourchildrendc.org/format/essays-on-museum-of-art/28/ viagra einzeln write a compare and contrast essay bigfoot stole my wife analysis essay source link resume headings samples algebra help online https://ramapoforchildren.org/youth/high-school-diploma-on-resume-examples/47/ renting vs buying essay follow url case study new zealand tourism follow url marcumar neben wirkung viagra how to write an essay about yourself christopher columbus expedition essay meds onlineno rxs Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act. The MNCWB is responsible for the policy development and oversight of state and federal funds for the purposes of workforce development initiatives in the region.

The North Central Workforce Board:

Is made up of 29 board members nominated and appointed by the Lead Elected Official on behalf of the 23 communities that make up the North Central region:

Ashburnham, Ashby, Ayer, Barre, Berlin, Bolton, Clinton, Devens, Fitchburg, Gardner, Groton, Harvard, Hubbardston, Lancaster, Leominster, Lunenburg, Pepperell, Princeton, Shirley, Sterling, Templeton, Townsend, Westminster, Winchendon.

  • Serves as the expert of the strategic vision for workforce development;
  • Engages and builds the capacity of stakeholders including funders, the K-12 and higher education system, career centers, employers, and community partners to support the delivery of excellent workforce services;
  • Addresses critical labor market issues and implements crucial programs for the region’s economic well-being

The Board serves twenty-three cities and towns primarily in Northern Worcester County.

Ashburnham • Ashby • Ayer • Barre • Berlin• Bolton • Clinton • Devens • Fitchburg • Gardner  Groton • Harvard • Hubbardston • Lancaster • Leominster • Lunenburg • Pepperell  Prinston • Shirley • Sterling • Townsend • Westminster • Winchendon •  

Mission & Vision
Approved Board Meeting Minutes
Board Member List
Scheduled Board Meetings

Meet Our Team

Jeff Roberge
Jeff RobergeExecutive Director
Kelley French
Kelley FrenchDeputy Director
Anthony Wilson
Anthony WilsonProgram Coordinator for REMAKE 4.0