Thursday, January 5, 2012
During the tour of Keefe Technical School, Gov. Patrick interacted with students, asking them about career choices, and telling them they will be better prepared to be employed in Massachusetts because of the skills learned at the Framingham school.
Gov. Deval Patrick visited the Joseph P. Keefe Technical School to outline the “Career Readiness” piece of his Administration’s Gateway Cities Education Agenda announced last fall. During his visit, the governor saw first-hand how non-traditional learning methods, such as internships and on-the-job training, have proven successful in helping students succeed post-graduation. “Keefe’s successful model of integrating academics and on-the-job experience is what we hope our Gateway Cities Education Agenda will address in cities across the commonwealth,” said Patrick. “I congratulate the students and leadership at Keefe in proving that career readiness can lead to countless post-graduation opportunities.” During the Patrick-Murray …
U.S. Senator Scott Brown will be the key speaker at the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce's Exec-Connect Breakfast on Thursday, Jan. 12.
U.S. Senator Scott Brown will be the key speaker at the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce's Exec-Connect Breakfast on Thursday, Jan. 12 at the Crowne Plaza on Route 9 east. Sponsored by Rockland Trust, the event begins with networking at 7:30. Brown's remarks will focus on his priorities as a U.S. Senator including efforts to spur job creation and the economy. Pre-registration suggested. Event, which includes a hot buffet breakfast, is $30. Walkins at $35. To register contact Phyllis at 508-879-5600 or go to www.metrowest.org. The MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, located in Framingham, servces the communities of Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Natick, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland and Westborough.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Lt. Governor Tim Murray answered questions about job creation, health insurance and education at the Memorial Building last night. It was one stop in the Lt. Governor's Summer Conversation tour across the state.
Watch what Lt. Governor Tim Murray had to say about job creation and education based on questions from MetroWest residents who attended Murray's Summer Conversations event at the Memorial Building Monday night in Framingham. Those who asked questions included Framingham School Committee Chair Beverly Hugo, Regis College President Antoinette Hays, who lives in Wayland, John Lawrence of Pepper's Fine Foods Catering in Northborough and Steve Joyce, of Framingham, a member of the New England Carpenters Union.