This graduate-level program is tailored specifically to enhance the skills and knowledge of mid-career human service professionals.
News — Member Benefits
The Council is seeking input from human services providers west of Worcester on adding a graduate-level certificate program in their region.
This popular six-week training helps strengthen leadership and communications skills.
Representatives from Clark and Suffolk universities and the Providers' Council will answer questions about the graduate-level Certificate Program and application process.
An archive of The Provider newspaper – the voice of the Providers' Council for 38 years – is available in the members-only section of the website.
The Providers' Council's mentoring program is helping prepare human services' next leaders.
A panel of experts will discuss ways to draw more millennial applicants to your human services organization.
Associate Members have the opportunity to share their expertise exclusively with Providers' Council provider membership via free webinars.
GrantStation offers tools and resources that help nonprofits find grants for their organizations.
Council membership runs on a calendar-year basis and 2017 renewals are now due.
The 2017 winter session of six-week certificate program for supervisors will be held in Central Mass.
Sec. Marylou Sudders gives providers insight on what to look for in the coming year.
The information will shape Third Sector New England's 2017 Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce report.
Navigating the many online platforms can be tricky, but it's also necessary.
Several community-based nonprofit human service providers have been recognized recently as top businesses in Mass.
Two more informative training sessions are scheduled for the remainder of the year.
Secretaries Lepore and Sudders discuss the state budget picture and priorities for the coming year.
The membership survey is conducted every other year to help understand priorities, improve service.
Recipients are nominated by colleagues in recognition of their contributions to the Commonwealth's human services sector.
Five member organizations were among the top 60 on the annual list of top women-led businesses in Massachusetts.