1. Articles mentioning both William Ward and Holyoke

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    1. UMass plan for Springfield to be unveiled in about a month, university president Robert Caret says

      UMass plan for Springfield to be unveiled in about a month, university president Robert Caret says
      ...ravel, especially if they have to work full time or have family responsibilities here in Springfield, said J. William Ward , president and CEO of the Regional Employment Board of Hampden County. "If someone is in Spring...
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    2. Western Massachusetts job training programs get a boost; Community Works provides apprenticeships for building trades | masslive

      Western Massachusetts job training programs get a boost; Community Works provides apprenticeships for building trades | masslive
      ...dea is to train people for employment in call centers, handling incoming calls for customer services, said J. William Ward, president and CEO of the Regional Employment Board of Hampden County. It's a growing industry. A...
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    3. Pioneer Valley youth need summer jobs, and experience that goes with them, career center director says at jobs campaign kickoff

      Pioneer Valley youth need summer jobs, and experience that goes with them, career center director says at jobs campaign kickoff
      ...aid Holyoke Mayor Alex B. Morse, who once worked on youth employment issues at CareerPoint career services in Holyoke. Ward called on businesses to hire young people with their own money or donate to the program to help ...
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    4. Community College Casino Careers Training Institute inks deal with potential casino operators to train Western Massachusetts gaming workers

      Community College Casino Careers Training Institute inks deal with potential casino operators to train Western Massachusetts gaming workers
      ...y said people interested in getting casino jobs should contact their local career center, like CareerPoint in Holyoke or FutureWorks in Springfield. If they don't have a high school diploma, they need to get their GED no...
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    5. Springfield Technical Community College and Holyoke Communtiy College join forces for worker training | masslive.com

      Springfield Technical Community College and Holyoke Communtiy College join forces for worker training | masslive.com
      ...s a new website – www.trainingandworkforceoptions.com and phone number, (413) 755-6100. Operating separately, Holyoke Community College and Springfield Technical Community College educated a total of about 1,000 employee...
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    6. Hampden County to get $5.1 million in federal stimulus funds to provide job training, support for laid-off workers

      Hampden County to get $5.1 million in federal stimulus funds to provide job training, support for laid-off workers
      ...yment opportunities for youths, and for year-round services for low-income youths, said Executive Director J. William Ward. The board works with community-based organizations in providing services, he said. The funds wil...
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  2. Organizations in the News

    1. (8 articles) Regional Employment Board of Hampden County Inc.
    2. (6 articles) Springfield Technical Community College
    3. (6 articles) Holyoke Community College
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    5. (2 articles) Franklin Hampshire Regional Employment Board
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  6. Business Leaders in the News

    1. (1 articles) Robert Caret
    2. (1 articles) Allan W. Blair
    3. (1 articles) Rick Lord
  7. Western Mass EDC Board of Directors in the News

    1. (2 articles) William F. Messner