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New OWD Division Takes on Wage Theft

The OWD's Wage Theft & Living Wage Division will be tackling wage theft – a widespread white-collar crime that preys on low-wage workers.

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$3M Grant Launches Apprenticeship Initiative

The Greater Boston American Apprenticeship Initiative, an apprenticeship program in the construction and hospitality industries, launched this fall thanks to a $3 million federal grant secured by the OWD and its partners.

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Career Service Focuses on Healthcare Field

The Healthcare Initiative at Jewish Vocational Services' career center wraps up its first year of connecting job-seekers to Boston's booming healthcare industry.

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'Tis tax season! The Boston Tax Help Coalition is offering free tax help and financial check-ups to qualifying residents at sites across the city.

CDBG Grants Prioritize Workforce Programming

Eight programs receive new Community Development Block Grant funding after the OWD hones its grant process to emphasize education, employment, and economic security.

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WriteBoston Finds a New Kind of Partner

WriteBoston, which has long trained teachers and administrators, is now training City Year volunteers in the art of helping students with reading and writing. 

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The Mayor's Office of Workforce Development is an innovative public agency that funds economic and educational initiatives across the city of Boston. Its affiliate organizations include ReadBoston, WriteBoston, Youth Options Unlimited Boston, and the Office of Financial Empowerment.
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