• MassHire Greater New Bedford Career Center

HOT JOBS — Week Ending February 9, 2024

February 12th, 2024|Board News, 2023 Career Center News, Employment Opportunities|

Finding a new job can be a daunting experience, filled with stress and uncertainty. But don't worry - our team is here to help you every step of the way! Our experienced staff is dedicated to providing you with the tools and resources you need to succeed. We offer comprehensive support, from job search assistance to skills training, and networking opportunities with local employers. With our expert help and support, you'll be well on your way to finding your dream job!

  • Aquaculture Internship Program - Poster

Learn a Trade. Grow Seafood. Get Paid!

February 6th, 2024|Meetings|

Introducing a paid internship program to grow seafood here in Massachusetts. Massachusetts aquaculturists are in search of staff who are reliable and willing to learn. Aquaculture Internships for Massachusetts (AIM) will pay you to learn about aquaculture. No prior experience is needed. Spend much of the year in an internship trying out a variety of roles within the industry – and discover if aquaculture is the right work path for you!

  • BayCoast Bank Open House Graphic

Photo Gallery from BayCoast Bank Open House

February 5th, 2024|Board News, Community|

On Wednesday evening, January 31, 2024, BayCoast Bank hosted a full house to greet its new tenants. Staff from BayCoast, MassHire GNB, One SouthCoast Chamber, and Feingold Bonnet-Hebert, P.C., as well as guests from all over the SouthCoast as well as representatives from the State, enjoyed refreshments and tours of the newly remodeled space. Thank you, BayCoast, for sponsoring this amazing event!

  • US Department of Labor logo

US Department of Labor Awards $768K to Support Disaster-Relief Jobs, Training in Massachusetts, Continue Supporting Commonwealth’s Opioid Crisis Response

February 5th, 2024|Board News, Grant Awards|

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced an incremental award of $768,337 to support continued efforts to provide disaster-relief jobs and employment and training services for people in Massachusetts communities, helping to address the health and economic effects of widespread opioid use, addiction and overdose.