Massachusetts Recovery Update
Week of August 8, 2010
Quote of the Week:
"All of the components were made here in Massachusetts. This is putting people back to work."
State Senator Karen Spilka, on the stimulus-funded Ashland energy projects.
FACES OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY
" After 22 years of being out of school, I was surprised I could do it."
John Hampe, on going back to school to retrain as an IT technician. Hampe's retraining was paid for by the stimulus-funded National Emergency Grants.
YOUR RECOVERY DOLLARS AT WORK: NEWS & UPDATES
Don't Miss Out: Recovery & Reinvestment blog: A Haven For Kids Thrives in Brockton Read more.
Stimulus energizes AshlandFor the town of Ashland, energy efficiency is no longer just a buzz word: its stimulus-funded grant has enabled the town to utilize solar energy and upgrade its water pumps at its water treatment facility. Read more.
For Regis College, the tuition relief that stimulus provided for its nursing students is not only a huge help to those individuals but also incredibly significant to the nursing sector. Regis received $9,000 for its Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students and $270K for its Nurse Faculty Loan Program. Read more.
Stimulus Stories: Easing the nursing shortage, a stimulus-funded scholarship at a time
WHAT RECOVERY CAN DO FOR YOU: JOB & CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES
Opportunities for Individuals:
Find a Job
FEATURED JOB OF THE WEEK: Resource Development Manager - Lower Merrimack Valley Workforce Investment Area
FEATURED CONTRACT OF THE WEEK: Supporting the Conditions for School Effectiveness - The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE) seeks providers to offer education improvement services
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