Pathways Out of Poverty

The Pathways Out of Poverty program provides grant funding for job training programs that help low- and moderate-income earners build careers in the clean energy sector and attain financial self-sufficiency.

Created when the Act Relative to Clean Energy was signed into law by Governor Deval Patrick in November 2009, Pathways Out of Poverty provides funding for green collar job training offered by clean energy companies, community-based nonprofit groups, educational institutions and labor organizations throughout Massachusetts.

Programs funded under this initiative are those that provide job training, certification of relevant education and career coaching to low- and moderate-income, incumbent un- or under-employed workers, out-of-school youth, veterans and individuals from families with multigenerational poverty.

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