Workforce Development Resources in Burlington, MA

Beyond the area’s renowned universities, Burlington has access to many forms of education and training infrastructure to building capacity and opportunities for those seeking entry level jobs to those with advanced PhDs – our goal is to leverage local resources to augment the pool of talented employees living in and around Burlington.

To support those who have been hardest hit by the pandemic, Burlington and Bedford have partnered with Mass Hire to offer grants for training in the growing fields of life sciences and healthcare with up to $8K grants.
Receive up to $8,000 for Training in Healthcare and Life Sciences for Burlington and Bedford.

Just down the road is Middlex Community College with training for enhances skills in various industries as well as support employers in need of more specific training fo their employees.

MassHire Metro North is an great resource for employers and employees. MassHire has now partnered with JobGet for job listings to help connect jobs and people. MassHire also offers counceling and support for those underemployed, unemployed and those curious about a transition

MassBioEd is an organization that strives to create a sustainable life sciences workforce in the region through educational programs and guiding a pathway from the classroom to career with a focus on expansion, opportunity, and diversity.

Shawsheen Tech
Shawsheen Tech serves Burlington, and four other neighboring towns with a student population of more than 1300 students, they offer 21 vocational career pathways in Arts, Communications & Business; Construction; Health Services; Manufacturing; Transportation, and Product Development. This is a great location for connect with young talented students that are eager to learn more.