New residents train for Boston's local economy with the help of the Neighborhood Jobs Trust.
Read the OWD's second Annual Report
The FY 2016 OWD annual report, “Turning Boston's Growth into Opportunities for All,” highlights the work of OWD and its partners from July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016.
Attention, OWD Partners! You can now access your required contract documentation forms online.
Interested in becoming a grantee? OWD periodically issues Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for various types of services. The frequency of RFPs depends on the availability of funding.
OWD funds a variety of community-based organizations, non-profits, and workforce intermediaries to help us achieve our goal of providing Boston residents with meaningful economic opportunities.
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Massachusetts Minimum Wage $11.00/hr | Boston Living Wage $14.23/hr | Neighborhood Jobs Trust $1.67/sf