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Boston Gets Working

How does the building boom fuel workforce development? We take a look.

South Boston Hotels Generate Jobs, Community Benefits

The Aloft and Element Hotels on D Street created a boon for non-profits, permanent jobs for residents, and wall space for young artists – all while resurrecting an innovative jobs-making tool in the process. 

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Minority- & Woman-Owned Businesses Help Build Community Center

The Lena Park CDC made inclusive contracting a hallmark of its community center construction, creating over $700,000 in business for minority- and woman-owned companies. 

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From Skyscraping to Jobs Training

Thanks to the Neighborhood Jobs Trust, the Millennium Tower has changed lives as much as it has the landscape, funding job training for residents in need – including nearby Chinatown residents.

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Shuttered Campus Transformed to Equitable Worksite

The redevelopment of the long-closed St. Kevin's School in Uphams Corner helped raise the bar for the hiring of resident, minority, and woman workers.

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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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