Construction

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Youth Build

YouthBuild North Shore is program that provides low-income youth an opportunity to earn a high school diploma while they learn construction trade skills and volunteer in the community. Construction skills are learned hands on building affordable housing on the North Shore. All YouthBuild students are Americorps members, which will entitle them to receive a $1500 post-secondary education award upon the completion of 450 hours of community service in 12-month period. The North Shore Community Development Coalition manages YouthBuild with grant funding from the U.S Department of Labor, AmeriCorps, MA Department Secondary and Elementary Education, and the North Shore WIB.

Partners

  • Massachusetts Department of Secondary and Elementary Education
  • North Shore Community Development Coalition
  • MassHire North Shore Workforce Board
  • United States Department of Labor
  • AmeriCorps

For More Information

Please contact the NSWB office at 978-741.3805 or visit North Shore Community Development Coalition’s website

Youth Build

YouthBuild North Shore is program that provides low-income youth an opportunity to earn a high school diploma while they learn construction trade skills and volunteer in the community. Construction skills are learned hands on building affordable housing on the North Shore. All YouthBuild students are Americorps members, which will entitle them to receive a $1500 post-secondary education award upon the completion of 450 hours of community service in 12-month period. The North Shore Community Development Coalition manages YouthBuild with grant funding from the U.S Department of Labor, AmeriCorps, MA Department Secondary and Elementary Education, and the North Shore WIB.

  • Massachusetts Department of Secondary and Elementary Education
  • North Shore Community Development Coalition
  • MassHire North Shore Workforce Board
  • United States Department of Labor
  • AmeriCorps

Please contact the NSWB office at 978-741.3805 or visit North Shore Community Development Coalition’s website

Northeast Energy Sector Partnership – Legacy Programming

The Northeast Energy Sector Partnership (NESP) creates an integrated system of education and training that promotes skill attainment and career pathway development s in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sector. The objectives of NESP are to support training for the regions unemployed, underemployed, and incumbent workers and companies. NESP established Building Analyst training where program participants developed skills including but not limited to weatherization, home energy auditing, and resource management. Successful completion of the program resulted in participants passing the Building Performance Institute (BPI) Certification Exam.

Partners

  • Northern Essex Community College
  • North Shore Community College
  • MassHire North Shore Career Centers
  • MassHire North Shore Workforce Board
  • Salem State University
  • University of Massachusetts – Lowell

For More Information

Please contact the NSWB office at 978.741.3805 or visit our Northeast Energy Sector Partnership legacy page

Northeast Energy Sector Partnership – Legacy Programming

The Northeast Energy Sector Partnership (NESP) creates an integrated system of education and training that promotes skill attainment and career pathway development s in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sector. The objectives of NESP are to support training for the regions unemployed, underemployed, and incumbent workers and companies. NESP established Building Analyst training where program participants developed skills including but not limited to weatherization, home energy auditing, and resource management. Successful completion of the program resulted in participants passing the Building Performance Institute (BPI) Certification Exam.

  • Northern Essex Community College
  • North Shore Community College
  • MassHire North Shore Career Centers
  • MassHire North Shore Workforce Board
  • Salem State University
  • University of Massachusetts – Lowell

Please contact the NSWB office at 978.741.3805 or visit our Northeast Energy Sector Partnership legacy page