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Back to School Safety Tips for Parents Posted on Aug 12

Back to School Safety Tips for Parents

With the end of summer vacation just around the corner, students and parents alike begin to prepare for the upcoming school year. While kids are probably more concerned with making the last days of summer count, parents want to make sure their child is not   …Continue Reading Back to School Safety Tips for Parents

Moving to Massachusetts, Part 3: Employment, Education, Insurance, and Taxes Posted on Jul 24

Moving to Massachusetts, Part 3: Employment, Education, Insurance, and Taxes

Moving to Massachusetts: Part 1 Planning Your Move Moving With Pets Moving Day Parking Restrictions Change of Address Establishing Residency Visas Part 2 Converting an Out-Of-State Driver’s License Converting a Driver’s License From a Foreign Country Changing a Massachusetts Driver’s License or ID Address Converting   …Continue Reading Moving to Massachusetts, Part 3: Employment, Education, Insurance, and Taxes

Massachusetts Early Education & Care Programs Posted on Jun 17

Massachusetts Early Education & Care Programs

Choosing an early education and care program means selecting a safe and nurturing environment for your child that also fits your family’s needs and schedule. Early care can also play a critical role in your child’s emotional, mental, and physical development, so it’s beneficial to   …Continue Reading Massachusetts Early Education & Care Programs

11 Ways to Get Involved in National Mentoring Month Posted on Jan 7

11 Ways to Get Involved in National Mentoring Month

National Mentoring Month, an annual campaign to recruit volunteers to mentor young people, marks its 13th anniversary this year. Recognizing the important role mentors play, National Mentoring Month aims to raise awareness of mentoring, recruit individuals to mentor, and promote the rapid growth of mentoring   …Continue Reading 11 Ways to Get Involved in National Mentoring Month

Teen Driver Safety – Taking the Wheel Posted on Oct 10

Teen Driver Safety – Taking the Wheel

Getting to drive a car is something most teens can’t wait to do. It’s an exciting milestone in one’s life and often seen as a social right of passage among peers. But along with the independence that comes with a driver’s license comes significant responsibility   …Continue Reading Teen Driver Safety – Taking the Wheel

College Tips for Students and Families: Applying to College and for Financial Aid Posted on Sep 19

College Tips for Students and Families: Applying to College and for Financial Aid

With the rising costs of higher education, earning a college degree and getting a good job after graduating can seem daunting. To help residents achieve this goal, Massachusetts provides information and resources to guide students and their families through the process of applying to college   …Continue Reading College Tips for Students and Families: Applying to College and for Financial Aid

National Nurses Week – May 6-12 Posted on May 2

National Nurses Week – May 6-12

The American Nurses Association (ANA) describes nursing as “an art and a science;” it takes a unique blend of dedication, compassion, and understanding to comfort the sick and make people feel good when they’re ill or in pain. Anyone who’s spent time in the hospital   …Continue Reading National Nurses Week – May 6-12

Let Massachusetts’ One-Stop Career Centers Help You Land the Job of your Dreams Posted on Apr 25

Let Massachusetts’ One-Stop Career Centers Help You Land the Job of your Dreams

Making it in today’s job market requires preparation and perseverance. With a little hard work, dedication, and help from Massachusetts’ One-Stop Career Centers, you can be well on your way to the career of your dreams! What services do the One-Stop Career Centers offer? Job   …Continue Reading Let Massachusetts’ One-Stop Career Centers Help You Land the Job of your Dreams