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Bay Path Receives $1.78 Million Workforce Grant

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On June 26, 2024, the Commonwealth Corporation’s Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund announced that Bay Path has received $1.78 million to deliver hybrid training programs to help fill critical workforce shortages in entry-level healthcare assistant positions and help build career pathways in the healthcare sector, in partnership with Cooley-Dickinson Hospital, a member of Mass General Brigham serving western Massachusetts and Toward Independent Living and Learning (TILL), Dedham (MA), a human service agency serving people with disabilities in eastern Massachusetts, the project, titled The Pathways Project: Entry-Level Access to Healthcare & Human Services Careers will deliver hybrid training programs that will help fill entry-level healthcare assistant positions and create career pathways in the healthcare sector.

The project director will be Philip Page, vice president for strategic partnerships, and Megan Piccus, assistant dean for workforce development and senior director of business programs at The American Women’s College, will serve as the project manager.

Read the Official Press Release on the website.