Job Training Agencies

The following entities can design and provide employee training programs.

University of Massachusetts Labor Management Workplace Education Program


The University of Massachusetts at Amherst Labor Management Workplace Education Program provides a diverse array of classes, workshops, workplace needs assessments, grant writing, and research services to employers, unions, communities, organizations, and institutions who are interested upgrading the skills of their employees or members.

Labor / Management Workplace Education Program


Joe Connolly, Program Director
303 Goodell Building 
University of Massachusetts
Amherst 01003
Ph: 413-545-2031

The Literacy Project


The Literacy Project provides education in basic skills for adults at community learning centers throughout western Massachusetts. 

The Literacy Project, Administrative Offices


15 Bank Row
Suite C
Greenfield, MA 01301
Ph: 413-774-3934
Fx: 413-774-3946

Center for New Americans


Center for New Americans provides programs for immigrant, migrant, and refugee populations in Western Massachusetts:
  • English as a second language (ESOL) classes
  • Technology classes
  • Job counseling and placement
  • Family Literacy
  • Citizenship application coaching
  • Wrap-around support services, including referrals to childcare, housing, and health care services
  • Opportunity for leadership and advocacy

International Language Institute


The International Language Institute provides quality language instruction and teacher training offering community and workplace educational programs in world languages, English as a second language, specialized vocabulary, and workplace culture. 

International Language Institute of Massachusetts


17-25 New South St.
Northampton, MA 01060
Ph: 413-586-7569
Fx: 413-586-8927