Rooftop honey harvests, dental gear made from 3-D printers, elderberry beer brewed in a forgotten warehouse, Cuppow mason mugs sold online by unusual gadget shops . . . these are the markers of Somerville’s emerging economy tendrilously transforming the City.
On June 22, 2017, the Somerville Board of Aldermen unanimously approved Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone’s request to appropriate and expend $50,000 from the Workforce Training Stabilization Fund for one year of funding for First Source Workforce Readiness programming.Read more about Job Policy Updates
The First Source Jobs Program will be offering a CPR/First Aid Training on Thursday, April 14th. Instruction will be provided by CPR Boston who is affiliated with the American Heart Association. Whether you work with children, seniors or anyone in between, you should be prepared for any situation. CPR Boston can give you the tools that could one day save a life.
Somerville Community Corporation, 337 Somerville Ave., Somerville, MA 02144
Do you know what the minimum wage is in Massachusetts? Have you ever wondered if your boss is discriminating against you and what can you do about it? Join Jobs for Somerville members to help get answers to these, and any other questions you have about your rights on the job.
Somerville Community Corporation, 377 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
Do you have a hard time getting ready for a job interview? Is it difficult for you to answer the interview questions with confidence and assertiveness? Please join career development expert, Anna Shenk, who will help you to feel more prepared.
Somerville Community Corporation, 337 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
Addressing a problem at work or even identifying what is the right way to tell your boss that you have to be absent could be very difficult. During this workshop you will learn the best practices to communicate at work.
Registration is required. Childcare and interpretation services are available upon request.
Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and the Somerville High School’s Center for Career, Vocational, and Technical Education (CVTE) are proud to announce the Advanced Manufacturing Training Program (AMTP), an expansion upon the CVTE’s successful youth programming. Funded with a grant by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Housing Economic Development, The AMTP will target Somerville residents aged 18-24 and focus on preparing them for high paying careers in the manufacturing industry. Read more about Exciting Manufacturing Program at SHS CVTE for Adults starts in January 2016!