Career Source Training Opportunities
Keep your skills in high demand
Do you need to improve your skills to help you get a job? Career Source works with a variety of state-approved training programs to provide free or low-cost courses for eligible job seekers who are collecting unemployment or low-income.
Dislocated Worker Program – This federal program provides services to individuals receiving unemployment insurance. Are you unemployed? You may be eligible for free training – AND for collecting unemployment while you’re in training (Section 30).
If you are collecting unemployment, you may apply for Section 30 by the 20th week if you are attending a training program on the approved list.
If you’re approved for Section 30, you may collect unemployment for the entire time you’re in training OR up to 26 weeks, whichever comes first.
Want more information on the Dislocated Worker Program or Section 30? Call us at 617-661-7867 ext. 0 to sign up for a Training Information Session (most Fridays at 10 a.m.).
BioScience Academy at Boston University – Are you interested in the biotech field, but aren’t sure where to go from here? You may be eligible for free training to prepare you for a new career. Look here for more information on this opportunity. Next program cycle starts soon!
Low-income Adult Program – You may be eligible for free training if you meet Massachusetts low-income guidelines. Contact Career Source at 617-661-7867, ext 0.
Grants assisting laid-off workers
National Emergency Grants – You could be eligible for free training and job search assistance if you were laid off from one of the following companies:
- Kraft in Woburn
- Kelly Services (if you were placed at Kraft)
- Lonza Biologic
- Avery Dennison
- New England Primate Research
- Olympus Biotech
- Bank of America in Malden
- Market Forge
- CSM Bakery
- Macy’s in Belmont
- Millipore in Billerica
- The Inn at Harvard
To find out more, contact 617-661-7867, ext. 0.