Testimonials

The awards and recognition, listed below, hint at the unique breadth and depth of our program.

Awards and Citations

  • Cited by the Massachusetts State Senate for Exemplary, Innovative, and Successful Worker Education Services
  • Cited by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the English Works Campaign for Workplace English Offerings, presented by the Lieutenant Governor
  • Cited by the College and University Personnel Association for “Next Steps” Empowerment Offerings
  • Cited by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for Partnership Efforts
  • Cited by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for Effective Program Design

Recognition

  • By the Association of Joint Labor and Management Workplace Educational Programs for Attention to Issues of  Caste and Class
  • By the US Secretary of Labor for Worker Education Services
  • By the Regional Workforce Development Board for Recruitment Efforts
  • By Commonwealth Corporation for Older Worker Education and for Effective Pre-Apprenticeship Education
  • By The Stone Center for Innovative and Effective Teaching Techniques

Media Coverage

  • The New York Times for Innovative Education at the Workplace
  • The Washington Post for Efforts on Behalf of Early Childhood Educators
  • Archdiocese of Springfield Television for Commitment to Social Justice and Diversity
  • Promoted (via national down-link video) by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for Effective Worker Involvement
  • More than 15 media articles about the program

 

What follows below are three sample testimonials, rotations from a larger pool.  

Marshall Goldberg

Former Executive Director of the Association of Joint Labor/Management Educational Programs, New York City. Leading national voice in the field of worker education

For 20 years now, and with great success, LMWEP has explored and implemented highly innovative practices to engage and support the educational and personal growth of adult learners. These practices, ranging from ABE and creative writing to understanding the detrimental impact of classism to a worker-run weekly radio on issues of social justice, continue to inform and inspire the larger world of worker education.  LMWEP allows me and countless others to hear worker voices, read worker writings, and to see worker art.

      

 

Samm Delorey

Web Developer

The Partnership for Worker Education helps make a large community feel more personal.

Nicholas Chavez

AutoCad/Creative Area Manager

I think the Building Bridges classes have made the biggest impact because through that experience, I got to meet new people, I got to reconnect with people I’ve known previously, and work with people I haven’t seen in a while and I just had a really positive experience overall.

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