Clark University has announced that MassHire Central has been identified as the latest Consortium Member of Tech Quest Apprenticeship, a nationwide apprenticeship program administered by the university.
Summer, in all its glory, is finally here. It's the season New Englanders look forward to all winter long. The sunshine. The warmth. The chance to reconnect with nature after a long, cold few months stuck indoors.
Just because Worcester isn't on the coastline doesn't mean there aren't some great ways to embrace the season right here in the city. For an urban area, we have a great amount of green space. There's plenty of wholesome outdoor goodness to be found in the 508; you just have to know where to look. Here are our top picks for spending a summer day in the Woo.
One of our favorite things about living in New England is how quickly you can travel between mountains and sea. Across landscapes, New England offers the best of small-town life. There are so many amazing places within a short driving distance of Worcester that are worth visiting. Explore our top picks and select a new destination for your next summer road trip!
Did you know? Worcester was the birthplace of the Valentine's Day card in America!
Since we live in the historic hub of the Valentine industry, it's no wonder we've been feeling extra emotional lately. We thought we'd spread the love and tell you a few of our favorite things about Clark University. Apologies in advance if we start gushing...
Happy Groundhog Day! Today marks the day where Northeasterners hope that Punxsutawney Phil pops out of his hole and doesn't see his shadow. The glimmer of hope that spring is just around the corner is a sure cure for the winter blues. Thankfully, Punx predicted an early spring this year. Regardless of the outcome, we would like to share Clark University's favorite Worcester winter spots that will either make you embrace Father Winter or help you escape the chill.