Council President and CEO Michael Weekes recently marked a significant milestone of 20 years of leadership at the organization.
The calendar includes two webinars and two in-person sessions being offered exclusively for Council members on trends affecting your organizations.
In preparation for a significant mid-term election year, Nonprofit VOTE will host a series of webinars to prepare nonprofit organizations to maximize nonpartisan voter registration and voter engagement efforts.
Spending plan would make a significant investment in Department of Mental Health; plus increases for Department of Children and Families and Department of Transitional Assistance.
The Providers' Council's new dental insurance rate will be in place for two years, and the rates for vision insurance are good for four years.
A short business meeting to elect new board members will be followed by a forum to address the latest research project.
BrainSparks is a free feature for users of the Providers' Council's online learning management system Providers' eAcademy. The LMS is designed specifically for human services providers, includes hundreds of courses, add-on features and the ability to create your own content and crosswalks.
New trainings and oft-requested sessions are being offered around the state in the coming months.
The Providers' Council's mentoring program was established to help mid-level professionals forge a career path and organizations to build their benches.
Council staff is working remotely due to today's weather.
We're looking forward to working with you in 2018!
The six-week Certificate in Supervision Series is one of our most popular trainings and regularly sells out, so reserve your spot today.
Wishing you a season of joy and peace.
This member-exclusive webinar is appropriate for employees with student loans and for employers seeking a new benefit to help with employee recruitment and retention.
The Seventh Annual Caring Force Rally and State House Lobby Day happens in the middle of budget season.
The Great Idea! program, formerly the What a Great Idea! contest, pairs member organizations interested in starting or expanding a social enterprise with graduate students to develop a business strategy.
The event offered human services executives the chance to meet the new ANF secretary and ask questions.
The versatile feature in our learning management system helps make onboarding and assessment tracking simpler and more efficient.
The Student Debt Working Group brought together leaders from the business community, government, colleges and universities and nonprofits to share new ideas about how to help students and families struggling with loan repayment.
It's time to renew your membership with the Providers' Council, recognized as the voice of the Massachusetts community-based human services sector for nearly 43 years.