View the Providers’ Council’s upcoming trainings and events!
Please note that some events may only be available to Council members.
Providers’ eAcademy is the Providers’ Council’s online learning management system. It is designed to advance workforce training and professional development in the human services sector.
Learn more about our online learning management system here.
Providers’ eAcademy participants can log in to their agency’s portal here.
View the crosswalks to accreditation offered by Providers’ eAcademy® here.
Learn more about the Providers’ Council’s Human Services Credentialing Program, designed to develop and implement standards and competencies for Direct Support and Direct Service Professionals within the field of human services.
Develop your human services career through your education.
In partnership with Suffolk University in Boston, the Providers’ Council offers the graduate-level Certificate in Nonprofit Human Services Management for mid-career human service professionals.
Human services workers participating in the Providers’ Council’s Tuition Remission program are able to attend a state-supported undergraduate course at any Massachusetts community college, state college or state university (excluding UMASS Medical School) and may remit 100% of their tuition.
The Providers’ Council offers its members’ employees a number of scholarship opportunities to support their pursuit of an advanced degree
The Leadership Initiative is an inter-agency mentoring program of the Providers’ Council designed to help build the bench of leaders in the sector
Massachusetts human services organizations are tremendously excited about social innovation and social enterprise. The Providers’ Council seeks to support our members in developing innovative strategies for service delivery and social enterprises.
The Providers’ Council’s Social Innovator Directory showcases our member agencies that have innovative models and practices for sustaining human services or have established social enterprises.
View updates to the Council’s upcoming convention here.
An evolving and expanding list of resources to support racial justice in Massachusetts and nationally
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