Get HIRE-ED – A Program for College Students

A college degree is a step toward workplace success. Work experience through an internship is now also seen as an essential step. Still many millennials have both of those and remain unemployed or underemployed.HIRE-ED-Quote-1

The missing piece, to landing your first job, according to many studies, is soft skills. The Chamber’s Higher Ed – Business Partnership is responding by creating this opportunity for college students to develop these skills.


• Participants must be enrolled as an undergraduate at a full-time college/university

• Participants can attend as many sessions as they wish. Those who complete all 6 sessions will receive a certificate of completion.

• Participants must register in advance by the Monday prior to the each workshop.

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Critical Thinking / Problem Solving

July 5   |  Fallon Health

How to be a Team Player 

July 12   |   Machado Consulting

 Integrity / Trustworthiness 

July 19   |    Webster Five

Business Communication 

July 26   |   WPI

 Work Ethic  

August 2   |  Unum

Professionalism / Positive Attitude 

August 9   |   Seven Hills Foundation


Karen Pelletier
Director of Higher Education –
Business Partnerships

446 Main Street, Suite 200
Worcester, MA 01608

T 508.753.2924, ext. 229
Fax: 508.754.8560