Who developed the blueprints? The blueprints were developed throughout a comprehensive year-long planning process that involved local, regional, and state leadership from workforce development, education, and economic development, and input from business and community stakeholders.
How should these blueprints be used? Regional labor market blueprints should be used to inform policy, practice, and funding decisions on a state and local level. For example, a joint application for funding related to workforce development should reflect alignment to the priorities articulated in the blueprints.
How do I become more involved in regional team work? Contact information for regional teams is listed below.
Workforce areas represented: Berkshire
Cape & Islands
Workforce areas represented: Cape and Islands
Please send inquires to: Kara Galvin, MassHire Cape & Islands Workforce Board, email@example.com
Workforce areas represented: Central and North Central
Workforce areas represented: Boston, Metro North, and Metro South/West
Please send inquires to: Chris Albrizio-Lee, MassHire Metro North Workforce Board, firstname.lastname@example.org; Joseph McLaughlin, MassHire Boston Workforce Board, Joseph.McLaughlin@bostonpic.org; Greg Bunn, MassHire Metro South/West Workforce Board, gbunn@masshireMSW.com
Workforce areas represented: Merrimack Valley, Greater Lowell, and North Shore
Please send inquires to: Peter Farkas, MassHire Greater Lowell Workforce Board, Peter.Farkas@MassHireGreaterLowell.com
Workforce areas represented: Franklin-Hampshire and Hampden
Please send inquires to: Christine Abramowitz, MassHire Hampden County Workforce Board, email@example.com