Paid internships could help eliminate workforce skills gap

Despite being known as one of the most innovative states in the country, Massachusetts has a hard time filling positions in the STEM field with workers who are equipped with those skills.

State officials are trying to fill that gap with collaboration between educators, the workforce and economic development professionals with an initiative that kicked off Wednesday at Worcester Technical High School.

Click here to read about Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito’s efforts written by Mellisaa Hanson on the MassLive website. 

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