North Shore Labor Market Blueprint 2010
by O. Steven Quimby, Economic Development Consultant
North Shore Investment Snapshot
by Bill Luster, Executive Director, North Shore Alliance for Economic Development
Amp It Up is a programs to introduce Advanced Manufacturing and STEM to middle and high school students, help them see how their course work is applied in these industries, increase their science and math interest and skills, perform better on MCAS and standardized testing, and potentially consider Advanced Manufacturing and STEM as a career option.
The North Shore WIB matched local area high school teachers with advanced manufacturers for day long externships to show the practical application of math and science in the work place. The teachers and schools will then develop classroom activities and curriculum relating to this experience. Teachers must also agree to attend two half day curriculum development sessions at Salem State University.
Beverly High School
2016 General Electric
Danvers High School
Peabody Learning Academy
2015 Medtronic 1
Peabody High School
Manchester-Essex Regional High School
Lynn Vocational Technical High school
2013 Axcelis (PowerPoint presentation)
Extended Unemployment Coverage Summary Tables
Age & Education Comparisons
Mature Worker Subset
Health Care Transformation Presentation
Mass WIB Association Meeting December 12, 2012
North Shore Labor Market Update Presentation
North Shore WIB Board January 10, 2013
Research “Labor Market Trends in the Northeast Region” by Commonwealth Corporation and New England Public Policy Center of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
The North Shore Career Centers are changing the way services are delivered by opening Access Points for Workforce Development. Read our announcement.
Nancy Huntington Stager appointed Chair of NSWIB and Congressman John Tierney thanked for his efforts advocating for workforce development at NSWIB board meeting.