The MassHire South Shore Career Center works with a variety of local, state and federal organizations to provide comprehensive services and resources to youth, job seekers and businesses throughout the region – referred to as our Partners.
In June of 2017 the MassHire South Shore Development Board and all participating Partners signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Agreement, which defines the roles and responsibilities of all involved in the effort to produce the best possible outcomes and a coordinated vision for our shared customers. A primary goal is to provide a holistic service delivery system that continually strives to address the needs of all individuals, regardless of their barriers and/or constraints to sustainable employment. A new holistic approach to services emphasizes placing a priority on industry sectors that offer sustainable employment at a living wage in industries that are growing. Further, it encompasses an understanding of the importance of partnering with multiple agencies to assist in the outcome of long-term, sustainable employment.
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center – Quincy
Coastline Elderly Services, Inc.
Department of Unemployment Assistance
Department of Transitional Assistance
Father Bill’s & MainSpring, Inc.
Greater Boston Chinese Golden Age Center
Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission
Massachusetts Commission for the Blind
Norfolk County Correctional Facility
Operation A.B.L.E. of Greater Boston, Inc.
Quincy Community Action Programs, Inc.
Randolph Community Partnership
South Shore Community Action Council, Inc.
South Shore Vocational Technical High School