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Wednesday, December 31 1969


FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- MA Secretary Of Housing & Economic Development

May 17, 2018

At today's Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Lunch, Massachusetts Secretary for Housing & Economic Development Jay Ash entertained the crowd while speaking about issues important to our region.

FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Entrepreneur of the Year Panel

April 20, 2018

At this morning's Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, panelists spoke about the importance of mentorship opportunities and fostering positive economic development in the region.

FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Congressman Jim McGovern

February 23, 2018

At this morning's Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Representative McGovern spoke about helping small businesses succeed and he answered questions from the audience.

Local Employers Want to Hire Veterans

Adapted from a Franklin Hampshire Regional Employment Board (FHREB) press release:

On Thursday, November 20, 2014, many Franklin County businesses will be participating in a job fair, the first hour of which is exclusively for veterans.  It will take place at the Franklin Hampshire Career Center (FHCC) in Northampton.

Just Roots Seeking Interns

Adapted from a Just Roots press release:

Just Roots has immediate openings for interns to work on the Greenfield Community Farm through the late-summer and fall seasons. Student internships are eligible for credit at several local colleges. Internships for nonstudents are available for a minimum 1 month commitment. Housing will be available beginning the first week in August in exchange for a minimum of 20 hours work per week.  Additional hours will be paid in vegetable trade.

Thinking About a Career in the Movie Industry?

This just in from a Western MA Movie Meetup Group press release:

Interested in learning what it's like to be a camera operator on a film set?  David Elkins, author of "The Camera Assistant's Manual", will be giving a talk on Monday, July 29th, at 7pm, at Northampton Community Television.

Pioneer Valley Facing Challenge Creating Skilled Workers

From a Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development press release:

New research finds Pioneer Valley region facing challenge creating next generation of skilled workers. The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development (EOLWD) and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston today announced that 47.1 percent of the region's civilian labor force was 45 years of age or older, while only 31.9 percent was under the age of 35 in 2008-2010. The region's labor force is older than the state's labor force.  As a consequence, the region faces the challenge of equipping younger workers with the skills needed to replace retiring baby boomers. The report, entitled "Labor Market Trends in the Pioneer Valley Region", is part of a joint project between EOLWD's Commonwealth Corporation and the Boston Fed's New England Public Policy Center.