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Council announces keynote for 43rd Annual Convention: RISE!

A daughter of immigrants, Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch rose from the poverty of a Texas border town to become the highest ranking Hispanic woman in the Combat Support Field of the U.S. Army and then retired to focus on educating and empowering the next generation of leaders.

Two free webinars added to training calendar

The Council has added webinars on board engagement and hiring that are offered exclusively for members.

Council’s next University Roundtable is June 25th

The free, members-only event connects human services HR staff and executives to college representatives as a way to learn more about programs and how to recruit students.

Tuition Remission program 2018-19 renewal is underway

Tuition Remission allows human services workers to take some undergraduate courses tuition-free at state-sponsored colleges and universities. Renewal forms for organizations to be eligible for the 2018-19 academic year are due this month.

EMAC assessment appeals deadline is June 30

Providers' Council members that wish to appeal the first-quarter EMAC Supplement assessment must do so by June 30th.

Council members, executives honored for leadership

The A.R.T. Institute and John McManus Leadership Forum hosted "Celebrating Humanity & Environment – Facing New Challenges” on May 10 in Needham.

Scholarships available for grad-level education pursuits

Providers' Council member employees who meet all criteria can apply for one-time awards toward their pursuit of a master's degree.

SWM budget amendments would strengthen human services workforce

Sens. DiDomenico and Lesser file amendments to study pay disparities and create loan repayment for qualified human services workers.

First look at Senate Ways & Means budget bill

The Senate Ways & Means Committee put forth its budget plan on May 10. The full chamber is scheduled to begin debate on May 22 after amendments are filed.

Council employment law training takes members beyond the basics

The half-day training session provided an in-depth look at recent and upcoming changes to employment law in Massachusetts.

Draft opioid bill includes student loan repay program

The bill was reported out of the Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery with language to establish a repayment program using language from the Council's legislation.

A diverse array of trainings offered in May

There's plenty to choose from on the Council's events calendar this month. Here's a quick rundown.

Deadline to apply for grad-level Certificate Program extended

Applications will be accepted through May 25. Offered at Clark University in Worcester and Suffolk University in Boston, the Certificate Program can help with career advancement or prepare participants to pursue a master's degree.

Paper from TSNE examines wage equity

Using data collected over seven years, the paper analyzes wage and compensation trends and demographics in the region's nonprofit sector.

Convention exhibit, sponsor and advertiser registration underway

Register early to ensure your participation in the Council's 43rd Annual Convention & Expo: RISE!, taking place in Boston on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018.

Council now accepting Awards of Excellence nominations

The annual Awards of Excellence will be presented to outstanding individuals, organizations and partners on Thursday, Sept. 20, during the 43rd Annual Convention & Expo: RISE! at the Marriott Copley Place in Boston.

Paris Jeffries, Martin and Zoll join Council Board of Directors

Providers' Council members elect new board members, officers at Annual Business Meeting in Worcester.

Caring Force honors Sen. DiDomenico, Rep. Farley-Bouvier

The Seventh Annual Caring Force State House Rally brought more than 500 people to Beacon Hill to urge support of Council's loan repayment and fair pay bills.

Help employers find you: Upload your resume to Jobs with Heart

The Providers' Council's Jobs with Heart jobs board includes a number of tools to help job seekers begin or advance a rewarding career in human services.

It’s raining trainings this April to help grow your career

The April events calendar is bursting with professional development opportunities. There's something for everyone at your organization here.

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