1. Articles from Anne Kandilis

    1-6 of 6
    1. $100,000 GRANT AWARDED TO SPRINGFIELD WORKS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH HOME CITY DEVELOPMENT INC

      $100,000 GRANT AWARDED TO SPRINGFIELD WORKS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH HOME CITY DEVELOPMENT INC

      $100,000 Urban Agenda Grant was recently awarded to Springfield WORKS, the lead applicant in a team including Home City Development, Inc. as the primary partner. The funds will be used to facilitate a community-wide collaboration, with the Western Mass Economic Development Council to manage, coordinate, and support the work of numerous participating program partner organizations, in efforts to support families in Springfield achieve economic stability. The funds will go towards the 2Generation/Whole Family Approach to Pathways to Careers and Home Ownership Program, which is a holistic, creative, and collaborative approach that helps low-income families access career development tools ...

      Read Full Article
    2. The Economic Pathways MA Coalition and the Atlanta Fed Launch EPICC to Help Massachusetts Workers Achieve Economic Self-Sufficiency

      The Economic Pathways MA Coalition and the Atlanta Fed Launch EPICC to Help Massachusetts Workers Achieve Economic Self-Sufficiency

      The Economic Pathways MA Coalition and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta will launch the Economic Pathways Income Cliff Calculator (EPICC) dashboard, the realization of a statewide partnership formed to help workers advance their careers while transitioning from public benefits. EPICC will launch at the monthly Economic Pathways MA Coalition meeting on October 19 at 3 p.m. (ET). The meeting is open to the media.

      Read Full Article
    3. “Springfield WORKS Whole Family Approach to Careers graduate wins MA Head Start Association parent of the year award”

      “Springfield WORKS Whole Family Approach to Careers graduate wins MA Head Start Association parent of the year award”

      The Massachusetts Head Start Association awarded the Parent of the Year Award to an Educare Springfield parent and celebrated with a parade Thursday afternoon. According to a news release sent to 22News, Bryana Stover received the MHSA Parent/Caregiver of The Year Award. She is a mother of four who participated in an 80-hour whole family approach to careers program offered at HCS Head Start before the coronavirus pandemic.

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Springfield
    4. The Economic Development Council/Springfield WORKS seeking full-time Commonwealth Corp Service Members

      The Economic Development Council/Springfield WORKS seeking full-time Commonwealth Corp Service Members

      The Economic Development Council Western Mass/Springfield WORKS to host two full-time Commonwealth Corps service minded interns to serve as Community Alignment Specialists for the Springfield WORKS Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Working Cities Challenge initiative.  The Commonwealth Corps Community Alignment Specialists will build and align partnerships to promote two generation and whole family approach to jobs with residents, employers, education institutions, City and community leaders.  

      Read Full Article
    5. Economic Development Council of Western MA/Springfield WORKS to host Commonwealth Corps Members

      Economic Development Council of Western MA/Springfield WORKS to host Commonwealth Corps Members

      The Economic Development Council Western Mass/Springfield WORKS to Host Three Half-time (18 - 20 hrs/wk) Commonwealth Corps members to serve as Community Outreach Support Specialists providing community resident, leader and employer outreach and mentor recruitment. Through their service, members will increase access to a greater number of residents who are underemployed or unemployed, and community leaders and employers who are vital to sustained employment.

      Read Full Article
    1-6 of 6
  1. Categories

    1. Industry Clusters:

      Aerospace/Defense, Business Development, Creative Economy, Education, Energy, Entrepreneurship, Financial Services, Green Region, Health Care, Information Technology, Life Sciences, Logistics, Manufacturing, Medical Devices, Paper Manufacturing, Plastics, Retail, Tourism, Transportation, Workforce
  2. Topics in the News

    1. (6 articles) Springfield
    2. (3 articles) Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts
    3. (2 articles) Boston Fed
    4. (2 articles) Baystate Health
    5. (1 articles) University of Massachusetts
    6. (1 articles) Springfield Chamber of Commerce
    7. (1 articles) Holyoke
    8. (1 articles) Western New England University
    9. (1 articles) Springfield
  3. Popular Articles

  4. Picture Gallery

    Economic Development Council of Western MA/Springfield WORKS to host Commonwealth Corps Members Cliff Effects: Turning Research into Action for Economic Mobility The Economic Development Council/Springfield WORKS seeking full-time Commonwealth Corp Service Members “Springfield WORKS Whole Family Approach to Careers graduate wins MA Head Start Association parent of the year award” The Economic Pathways MA Coalition and the Atlanta Fed Launch EPICC to Help Massachusetts Workers Achieve Economic Self-Sufficiency $100,000 GRANT AWARDED TO SPRINGFIELD WORKS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH HOME CITY DEVELOPMENT INC Western New England University Debuts Oscar Sort Intuitive Trash Robot BusinessTalk with Cheryl Malandrinos, president of the Realtor Association of Pioneer Valley MassDevelopment’s $106.7 Million Bond Catapults Springfield College Projects Baker-Polito administration awards grant money to MassDEP to improve air quality HCC Spring Women’s Leadership Series Begins Jan. 26 Chicopee Chamber to present over $4k to Boys and Girls Club of Chicopee on Friday