The MassHire South Shore Career Center offers businesses, job seekers and youth access to Workforce Development services and resources throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts .

The MassHire South Shore Career Center works in collaboration with the MassHire South Shore Workforce Board under the organizational umbrella of the City of Quincy Workforce Development Department to provide a variety of services and resources to ensure our regional workforce possess the skills that businesses need to help them thrive and grow.

The teams work collectively to match the workforce demands of businesses with job seekers in the region. This effort is undertaken by our dedicated staff, volunteers and community partners who work collectively to link the skill sets of those looking for sustainable employment with the needs required by area businesses. To enhance these connections, theMassHire South Shore Career Center provide access to a variety of training programs and workshops designed to address the skills gap that may occur between job seekers and the requirements of businesses.

The MassHire South Shore Career Center, MassHire South Shore Workforce Board and numerous public, private and non-profit partners across the region are committed to Governor Bakers directive to improve the responsiveness to the needs of businesses, and prepare job seekers for high-demand employment opportunities – an initiative referred to as “Demand-driven 2.0”.

Services Include:

  • Access to Job Listings, Career Counseling, Job-Readiness Workshops, and Training and Education Resources.
  • Talent acquisition services to businesses through Career Fairs, Job Postings, Applicant Pre-screening and Recruitments.
  • Support services to individuals who face significant barriers to employment
  • Access points to community partners such as the Department of Transitional Assistance, Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, and many other community-based organizations across the region.
  • Services to Veterans and Migrant Farm Workers on a priority basis