Week of January 9, 2011
Quote of the Week:
Lory Stewart, director of instructional technology at the Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School District, on the stimulus-funded online learning program that the district is implementing to help at-risk students stay in school.
FACES OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY
"We can now provide more comprehensive wrap around services."
YOUR RECOVERY DOLLARS AT WORK: NEWS & UPDATES
Don't Miss Out: Recovery & Reinvestment blog: Reflections: A Year of Stimulus Read more.
An affordable housing revival, with help from stimulus
A number of stalled affordable housing projects are being revived, thanks in part to an infusion of federal stimulus funds. Over the past two years Massachusetts received over $170 million in stimulus funds for affordable housing, which, in addition to other resources, has resulted in the creation of more than 2,000 affordable rental units. Read <em>The Boston Globe's</em> coverage of these projects.
Stimulus Stories: Helping Hardwick: A town's infrastructure gets a stimulus boost
The town of Hardwick has come a long way since its days as a hub of mill activity but much of its infrastructure is a sharp reminder that the area was built to accommodate that industry. To that end, the town has undertaken a number of crucial projects and it is the stimulus program that has ensured that these projects get done. Read more.
WHAT RECOVERY CAN DO FOR YOU: JOB & CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES
Opportunities for Individuals:
FEATURED JOB OF THE WEEK: Senior Software Engineer
Opportunities For Businesses: Search for Contracts
FEATURED CONTRACT OF THE WEEK: Environmental Services - Consulting Project
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