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Maine State Chamber launches work-based learning programs with $95K grant

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation selected the Maine State Chamber of Commerce to participate in its Career Readiness Lab, and receive $95,000 to implement a work-based learning program to...

Report: Maine public colleges lowest in New England for tuition and fees

Renee Cordes |

Maine's public colleges have New England's lowest average tuition and fee rates, says a report by the New England Board of Higher Education released this week.

Jobs training programs at community colleges boosted by Alfond grant

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A $3.6 million grant from the Harold Alfond Foundation will help Maine's seven community colleges expand and strengthen short-term training for those seeking to enter the workforce, as well as...

Businesses partner with community colleges to meet workforce shortage head-on

Maureen Milliken |

Dead River Co., Central Maine Power and Appalachian Mountain Club are among the Maine employers that are partnering with the Maine Community College System to develop short-term training programs in...

Hiring pressures push companies to unprecedented lengths to find workers

William Hall |

With unemployment remaining below 4%, Maine employers are facing an ever greater scarcity of job-seekers. Around the state, employers are stepping up their hiring efforts, offering signing bonuses, a...

Lobster dealers partner with Dept. of Corrections to find workers

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Lobster dealers are partnering with the Maine Department of Corrections in a new program that's intended to help them find the workers they need.

Coalition calls for expanding computer science education in Maine

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The Maine State Chamber of Commerce and other entities on Friday unveiled a coalition to promote computer science education for all Maine students from kindergarten through grade 12.

Report highlights Maine's 'hidden talent pool'

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The hidden talents and skills of Maine's foreign trained professionals are highlighted in a new report by the New Mainers Resource Center that includes recommendations for tweaking licensing...

Maine college graduates struggle to pay down school debt as state battles with lenders

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A new poll shows that student loan debt and predatory practices by some lenders that make paying loans back increasingly expensive prevents a majority of borrowers in the state from buying a home, a...

Maine Law's Rural Law Fellowship project delivers on its promise in Skowhegan

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Third-year law student Ryan Rutledge has accepted a position as an associate attorney with Mills, Shay, Lexier & Talbot in Skowhegan. Rutledge is a two-time recipient of the Maine Law Rural Law...

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