Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response
MassHire North Shore Career Center and Workforce Board move services online or on the phone!
Following guidance from local and state authorities and out of an abundance of caution, MassHire North Shore Career Center and Workforce Board are moving to remote access for the delivery of services to our job seekers, businesses, and related partners as of Wednesday, March 18, 2020.
This action is in response to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and our efforts to contain the spread of this virus in our region and state. As required by this illness, and strongly advised by health care professionals, there will be no public traffic through the North Shore Career Center sites or WB office until further notice.
We are currently expanding our distance-learning capacity for career coaching and job search services in an effort to best serve our job seeker and business customers during this challenging time. Staff will be reaching out to previously scheduled customers to reschedule meet either online or by telephone.
We urge any individual, company, or organization with questions or need for help in the workforce arena to contact us at the following numbers and emails:
For specific Workforce Board services, please call 978-741-3805.
For specific Career Center services, please call 978-825-7200.
Filing Unemployment Insurance Claims, please call 877-626-6800 or https://www.mass.gov/how-to/apply-for-unemployment-benefits
For More Information, please call:
MassHire North Shore WB
MassHire North Shore Career Centers
Our role is to put the North Shore to work – and we plan on doing this throughout the current crisis. Thank you for remaining our loyal customers and we look forward to speaking with your on the phone or via technology soon!
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