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New deadline is Monday, June 19th.
The awards from the Cummings Foundation are intended to advance programs in areas including education, health care, human services and social justice.
Executive, diversity leader and best-selling author Steve Pemberton's message will resonate with human services stakeholders.
Fund-seeking resource GrantStation launches new website to improve ease of use and functionality for nonprofit users.
Finding a way to incorporate students into your workforce can lay the groundwork for future employees and create career ladders.
Key EOHHS items are funded, and the proposal gives the Governor options with regard to a health care assessment.
Applications are now available for the $10K Graduate Leadership Scholarship and the $4K Master of Public Administration scholarships offered in partnership with Suffolk and now Clark universities.
The awards, which recognize those who have had an impact on human services at every level, will be presented during the 42nd Annual Convention & Expo on September 25 in Boston.
The Providers' Council offers a number of member-exclusive webinars throughout the year, many of which are on topics requested by a member organization.
The marketing campaign seeks to create a consistent, engaging message to draw more people to the workforce.
North Suffolk Mental Health Association CEO Jackie K. Moore starts a two-year term.
More than a jobs board, the new site is another hiring tool for provider organizations.
Hundreds turned out in support of human services at the Sixth Annual Caring Force State House Rally.
The reduction to Adult Foster Care funding sets the rates back to pre-2007 levels.
Presenter Betsy Mayotte will discuss the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program and other student loan options and opportunities.
Presenters from communications agency Argus will present a marketing campaign designed to attract millennials to careers in the human services sector.
The Providers' Council's University Roundtable will connect human service providers' HR and recruiting staff with representatives from local college career resource centers and internship programs.
The House Ways & Means Committee presented a budget that invests in early education, addiction and recovery services and housing supports but also would assess fines on employers not offering health insurance.
In all, nearly 4,500 nonprofits, including 146 in Massachusetts, notified Congress that the Johnson Amendment should remain unchanged.
The convention draws more than 1,100 human services professionals to Boston each fall, and workshops are a chance to share your expertise with people at all levels of the industry.