Stephanie Chalupka (Nursing) and Linda Larrivee (Education, Health, and Natural Sciences) on the award of a Department of Higher Education grant for the Partnerships for Central Massachusetts Regional Direct Care Workers Pathways project.
This grant of $59,917 will allow Worcester State to partner with UMass Memorial Medical Center and the State Healthcare and Research Employee’s Union, to provide educational on-site courses to direct-care workers to enable them to pursue higher educational degrees.
A career pathway will be created that facilitates the direct-care workers with pre-college support and credits to attain college-level certificates and degrees.
Luster Speaks at Delta Sigma Theta Sorority's Founders Day Celebration
Stacey Luster, assistant vice president for Human Resources, Payroll, and Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunities, spoke at the 103rd Founders Day celebration luncheon for Delta Sigma Theta . . .