The MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, located in Framingham, Massachusetts is a not-for-profit business networking, advocacy, community and economic development organization. We are committed to the education and support of our members’ growth and success and to the development of a positive economic climate in the MetroWest region and beyond. A five star accredited Chamber, as designated by U. S. Chamber of Commerce, The Chamber includes the communities of Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Natick, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland and Westborough. The Chamber’s membership and services also extend to the communities of Bellingham, Dover, Franklin, Hopedale, Hudson, Marlborough, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Milford, Northborough, Wellesley, Weston and beyond, serving nearly 700 member businesses and representing over 35,000 employees.
The purpose of the MassBay Community College Foundation is to support MassBay Community College and its students. The Foundation accepts gifts of cash, securities, property, and materials on behalf of the College. The Foundation promotes MassBay Community College through the media, publications, and by personal testimony of its members and is building long-range security for the College through its various programs.
The Attleboro School to Work Local Partnership was created in 1995 as a result of the National School to Work Opportunities Act. In 2000, the Partnership incorporated to become the Attleboro Area School-To-Career Partnership, Inc.
Currently more than 500 “Employer Partners” have worked with us to provide 1,500 internships and full-time positions. Working together, we have developed tools and training for careers and internships at local companies that help students learn the life skills necessary to be successful in the workplace.
The Women’s Independence Network was established to provide education, support and guidance to women in transition. WIN is comprised of professionals who dedicate their career to assisting women just like you. Our partners include Therapists, Estate Planning Attorneys, Professional Organizers, Life Coaches, School Counselors, Divorce Attorneys, Financial Advisors, and other professionals who provide a solid contribution to helping women navigate this time of transition.
Founded in 1885, the New England Association of Schools & Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), is the nation’s oldest regional accrediting association whose mission is the establishment and maintenance of high standards for all levels of education, from pre-K to the doctoral level.
Voices’ mission is to end sexual and domestic violence. Voices staff members work to empower victims and survivors to help themselves and their children. Program Advocates work in partnership with individuals and families to ensure their safety, create stable home environments, gain independence, and to develop personal and economic self-sufficiency. Voices is also a social change organization, working toward the elimination of violence on a societal level through community education, primary prevention and increased public awareness and action. Voices also works in close collaboration with public safety and criminal justice professionals throughout the region.
United Way of Tri-County is an independently-governed 501(c)3 nonprofit organization connected to a network of more than 1,300 local United Ways through United Way Worldwide. We have our own board of directors and focus our work on local solutions for local problems.
United Way of Tri-County’s strategic approach to community problem solving concentrates on collaboration and results. We achieve results through 30-plus direct and supported programs at over 50 partner agencies.
The SMOC YARCM Program (Young Adult Residential Case Management) recently celebrated the graduation of two of its residents. Both men, John Abbott and Robert Ryan, have completed the one year program with special distinction and both have remained at the residence to serve as House Managers and mentors to the current YARCM Program participants. Families of both men attended the graduation, as well as the entire YARCM group (pictured here). We are grateful for, and humbled by their accomplishment.
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