The MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Centers (MHFHCC) provides employment and job training services to Military Veterans and eligible spouses, and are given an opportunity to take advantage of the full array of employment, training, and placement services under the MHFHCC Priority of Service programs.
Veterans and eligible spouses may be eligible to receive services earlier in time, or instead of, non-Veteran customers; e.g. workshop / seminar participation, skill assessment / testing, job search / application assistance, training access, and more. Comprehensive employment plans are developed for those Veterans experiencing significant difficulty securing a job, and include an assessment, development of a case plan, provision of individualized Career Services, and follow-up.
Veterans are offered a full range of no-cost Career Center services: > Job Search Assistance > Unemployment Information > Disability Services > Workshops > Labor Market Information > Community Resources > Employer Events > Training Programs > And much more…
Contact the MHFHCC Veterans Employment Representative at (413) 774-4361, ext. 35.
MassHire MHFHCC Affiliate Career Center: Forbes Library (Northampton) Greenfield Office for Northampton: (413) 774-2954 Greenfield Office Toll-Free: (800) 457-2603 Greenfield Office for Northampton: (413) 774-4361
20 West Street,
MassHire MHFHCC (Greenfield) Fax: (413) 774-2954 Greenfield Office Toll-Free: (800) 457-2603 Business Line: (413) 774-4361
One Arch Place
MassHire MHFHCC (Orange) Orange Office Fax: (978) 544-0273 North Quabbin Office, Orange: (978) 544-3506
The Literacy Project, Orange Innovation Center
131 West Main St., Suite 1, First Floor,
Eligibility: Depending on the type of service priority of service means that Veterans and eligible spouses receive services earlier in time, or instead of, non-Veteran customers; e.g. workshop/seminar participation, skill assessment/testing, job search/application assistance, training access, etc. Priority of Service does not include Unemployment Insurance (UI) Program Walk-in Assistance. Service is provided on a first come first serve basis.