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Adult Basic Education Program at CLC

Program

We offer four levels of reading and mathematics classes to prepare students to pass the GED or HiSET test, both of which are given at official test...

Contacts: 
Patty Fiorenza, Outreach (617-349-6363, pfiorenza@cambridgema.gov)

English Classes at CLC

Program

We offer six levels of English conversation, grammar, reading, and writing classes for Cambridge residents.

Contacts: 
Patty Fiorenza, Outreach (617-349-6363, pfiorenza@cambridgema.gov)

CNA Training at CLC

Program

A free 17-week program that includes job placement, hands on training through the Academy for Healthcare Training, and the cost of the exam itself. The...

Contacts: 
Bayyinah Pandolfo, CNA Coordinator ((617) 349-6371, bpandolfo@cambridgema.gov)

Cambridge Employment Program (CEP)

Program

The Cambridge Employment Program provides career counseling and job search support to residents with all levels of experience. CEP can help with...

Cambridge Works

Program

Cambridge Works is a transitional jobs program for younger adults who have had difficulty finding a job. Challenges might include limited work...

Contacts: 
Michael Merullo, Program Manager (617-349-7743, mmerullo@cambridgema.gov)
Michele Scott, Case Manager (617-349-7741, mscott@cambridgema.gov)

Cambridge Caregivers Team Meeting

Program

Cambridge Caregivers Team Meeting.

Contacts: 
Julia Beebe, Lead Organizer (617-758-8782, julia@mataharijustice.org)
Thaty Oliveira, Matahari Leader and Nanny (857-209-8223, nannythaty@gmail.com)

Building Pathways Pre-Apprenticeship Program

Program

Building Pathways is a 6-week program designed to prepare qualified applicants for an apprenticeship in the building trades - the pathway to a rewarding...

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More Than Words

Program

PAID job-training program for system involved, homeless, out of school, and at-risk youth ages 16-24. Sites in Boston and Waltham.

Contacts: 
Leanne Goff, Boston Application Information (617-674-5552, lgoff@mtwyouth.org)
Shannon Fitzgerald, Waltham Application Information (781-314-9335, sfitzgerald@mtwyouth.org )

Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH) Community Advancement

Program

MFNH is committed to the advancement of our community and its residents. MFNH Community Advancement programs work to provide education, resources, and...

Contacts: 
Russell Harding, Street Worker (617-547-4860, rharding@margaretfullerhouse.org)

Massachusetts One-Stop Career Centers

Program

Massachusetts One-Stop Career Centers serve as a vital link between workers and employers to bring about economic opportunity. Career Centers are...

Contacts: 
EOLWD Main Line (617-626-7132)

Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA)

Program

DUA manages the Unemployment Insurance (UI) program, which provides temporary income to Massachusetts workers who are:...

Contacts: 
EOLWD Main Line (617-626-7132)

Massachusetts Department Veterans' Programs and Services

Program

We provide employment and training services to veterans and their families. Dedicated staff is available throughout the state to help veterans...

Contacts: 
EOLWD Main Line (617-626-7132)

Ticket to Work

Program

Ticket to Work is a free and voluntary program that can help Social Security beneficiaries go to work, get a good job that may lead to a career, and...

Contacts: 
Ticket To Work Helpline (1-866-968-7842 , TTY number: 1-866-833-2967 )

Employment Services Progam

Program

There are a variety of employment training and education programs offered for Transitional Aid for Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC) clients...

Contacts: 
DTA Assistance Line (1-877-382-2363)

Information and Referrals at Center for Families

Program

The Center for Families can help connect you to information and resources for families in Cambridge! We have information about: Childcare, Preschool,...

Contacts: 
Center for Families' Main Office (617-349-6385, centerforfamilies@cambridgema.gov)

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