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Applying to College: A Virtual Panel
for Worcester Black and African

Please Join Us on Wednesday March 3rd from 6:00-7:00pm
  • Hear college admissions counselors clarify the college application process
  • Learn about benefits of attending a university in Worcester
  • Hear a current student’s perspective on the process
  • Have the opportunity to ask questions answered in a live Q&A
    Registration for event highly encouraged:
    Zoom Information:
    Hosted by Worcester State University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Assumption University, and Clark University
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Here it is!!!! Civil service has listed the police officers' exam for 2021.


Application Period Begins: January 27, 2021

Application Deadline: April 20, 2021*
Notices to Appear for Written Exam: TBD; See the Next Step below.

Written Examination Beginning Date: June 12, 2021

Score Release Date: TBD
Employment/Experience (E/E) Last Day to Appeal: TBD
Eligible List Established Date: TBD

Examination Processing Fee for ONLY Municipal Police and MBTA Transit Police: $100

Examination Processing Fee for ONLY State Trooper: $100

Examination Processing Fee for Municipal Police, Transit Police AND State Trooper: $150

*There is an additional $50 late fee for applications received after this date. Applications will not be accepted after May 4, 2021.

Written examination location: Various sites across the Commonwealth
Eligibility:    Entry-level, open to public


  Read texts on the preparation guide.
Apply for the 2021 Municipal Police Officer, MBTA Transit Police Officer and State Trooper Exam!

Notice to Appear for Examination: TBD
Two weeks before the examination date you will receive a notice to appear by e-mail.  The notice will tell you the location and the time to appear for your examination.  Please check your junk or spam mail folder for the e-mail before contacting this officer's

Score Release Date: TBD
You will receive your examination results by email.

Employment/Experience (E/E) Last Day to Appeal: TBD
Eligible List Established Date: TBD
When the eligible list is established you will be able to view your rank on the online list.


Find the application for 2021 Municipal Police Officer, MBTA Transit Police Officer and State Trooper exams/

Read about the exam information in the 2021 Municipal Police Officer, MBTA Transit Police Officer and State Trooper exams and find out if you’re eligible to take the exams.

Click Apply in the top right corner of the exam poster and follow the instructions to submit your application.

Once you’ve successfully submitted your application, you’ll see a Click to Pay button. Click the button to pay for your exam. Be sure to pay for the correct exam.
You’ll receive two confirmation emails when you’ve completed the process:

♦ an email confirming that your application has been received
♦ an email confirming that your payment has been received

Your application is not complete until you have received both confirmation emails. Once you receive the successful payment confirmation email, you may ignore the option to Submit Payment which may still be displayed in your account.

Exam link!

2021 Municipal Police Officer, MBTA Transit Police Officer and State Trooper Examination |

Please find the key dates and other information for the entry-level examination.

Tradeswomen Tuesday Today!
Join us today, February 2nd, 2021, 5-6:30PM for our monthly Virtual Tradeswomen Tuesday!

We will share up to date information on apprenticeship program schedules and opportunities to enter trade careers.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Please log on a few minutes early to make sure you are all set. The meeting space will open at 4:45 pm if you need assistance.
If you are having any issues or concerns, please contact Jasmine at, (857) 303 0000
Copyright © 2021 Northeast Center for Tradeswomen's Equity, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this newsletter because you contacted us about careers for women in the union building trades.

Our mailing address is:
Northeast Center for Tradeswomen's Equity
2201 Washington St
Roxbury, MA  02119-3212
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Black excellence academy flyer updated


For families with children in grades 1-6.  Unique opportunity to accelerate learning, improve self esteem and knowledge of Black History and Culture. This free virtual afterschool program has very limited seats.  Application link and flyer below. Stay well, Stacey 

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Meet the Maker:
Ed Hyder's Mediterranean Marketplace

Indulge yourself and your loved ones with gifts from Ed Hyder's Mediterranean Marketplace, a beloved specialty food store.


Indulge yourself and your loved ones with gifts from Ed Hyder's Mediterranean Marketplace, a beloved specialty food store.
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Small Business Gift Card Giveaway!  

To celebrate Handmade Holidays this season we're giving away gift cards all month long! Like and share any of our Handmade Holidays posts on Facebook and Instagram for a chance to win! Each Friday through Christmas we'll randomly select new winners who will receive a $25-$50 gift card to a Central MA business.
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Winter Features

Need a Christmas Tree?
Christmas tree cutting is a holiday favorite. Make yours memorable by making a trip to Central Mass with your family and friends. Enjoy some hayrides, drink apple cider, take some holiday photos and of course, find the perfect tree!

Discover Tree Farms
Photo: Tiffany Daly-LaRose, Pants Photography
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Guide to Winter Wear

Discover some excellent locally-owned shops in central Massachusetts that carry high-quality winter clothing for the whole family. Keep yourself and your loved ones warm and cozy throughout this Massachusetts winter!

Explore the Guide
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Discover our Central MA Visitor's Guide

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Your MA Staycation Guide

Put Your Money Where Your Heart Is
Whether you shop in person, go to a restaurant, or order online, think local first. And when you travel, stay safe and close to home – right here in Massachusetts. Visit to explore regional guides from across the state.

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National Federation of State High School Associations
PO BOX 690, Indianapolis, IN 46206

Tips, Tricks & Reminders
Please Wear Your Mask Over Your Mouth & Nose

Due to COVID-19 health and safety guidelines and to ensure your safety and for ours, we please ask that all members and guests wear a face covering or mask at all times in the Whitin Community Center.

Your mask or face covering MUST cover your nose and mouth. If a mask is being worn improperly, staff will politely remind you to wear your mask to cover your nose and mouth. Thank you for your understanding.

If you, a family member or guest do not have a mask or face covering, it’s not a problem, we have masks available at the Members Services Desk for you! Just ask.

TRICK! Wear glasses over your mask
or face covering to prevent fogging!

"My husband and I always tell our friends what a great job the [Whitin] Community Center has done with all the COVID-19 restrictions in place, and how hard you all worked to ensure that we are safe." - Nancy R., WCC Member

Supersaas & Arrival Time

We are so excited to be expanding our Supersaas online reservation system at WCC! You will use Supersaas to make your reservation(s) for your favorite daily exercise options including; Aqua & Floor Aerobics classes, the Fitness Room, Lap Swim & Adult Exercise Swim times, Open Recreational Swimming & Basketball, Racquetball & Pickleball, Spin & more! Reservations can be made 48 hours in advance of the class and are reserved for Members only.

If you have not already set up an account with Supersaas, please follow the instructions by clicking the red button labeled "Supersaas Information".

Please remember to arrive no more than 10 minutes before your scheduled class or activity. Due to Massachusetts State Regulations we are unable to have members and guests waiting inside or outside for a program to prevent congregating.
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TIP! We now have two tablets in the Lobby for reserving your space for classes and activities in Supersaas, and Daily Pre-Screening.

Waiting For Your Class Or Activity

Massachusetts State Regulations prohibits customers from waiting in groups inside or outside a business to prevent congregating.

We ask that members and guests arrive at the WCC NO MORE than 10 minutes before your scheduled class or activity to prevent congregating.

If you arrive more than 10 minutes prior to your class or activity, staff will politely ask you to please wait in your car. Thank you for your understanding.

Fast Lane!
  • Do you always register through Supersaas for your class online?
  • Have you completed your one time COVID-19 Waiver?
  • Do you complete your daily Pre-Screening online before you come in?
  • Do you have your WCC Membership Card to scan in?

If you answered YES to all 4 of these questions you qualify for our Fast Lane!

Simply walk into the WCC using the Main Entrance, follow the purple and white "FAST LANE" signs & floor arrows to the far side of the Member Services Desk. Then scan your WCC Member Card, receive your color coded wrist band from a Member Services Representative for your activity or class, and you're off!

In the Lobby when you arrive for your class or activity, please stand on the green check marks to ensure social distancing while checking in at the Member Services Desk. Each check mark is 6ft apart.

REMINDER! Please be sure to scan your membership card in upon arrival, and out when leaving the WCC.

"I came to the [Whitin] Community Center for Lap Swim last week and I am so impressed with how well you are running the facility in the face of a pandemic. It felt very clean and safe!" - Nora S., WCC Member

Practice Social Distancing

For practicing social distancing throughout the WCC, please remember to keep a safe distance, at least 6ft between you and another member or guest.

In the Lobby when you arrive for your class or activity, please stand on the green check marks to ensure social distancing while checking in at the Member Services Desk. Each check mark is 6ft apart.

In the fitness room and in classes, please make sure there is 14ft between you and the next member or guest.

COVID-19 Waiver

All Members, guests and customers must complete this form prior to coming to the WCC. You will only be required to complete this from once.

NOTICE: THIS IS A LEGALLY BINDING AGREEMENT. Read this document carefully and in entirety. By signing this agreement, you give up your right to bring a court action to recover compensation or obtain any other remedy for any personal injury or property damage however caused arising out of your participation in George Marston Whitin Memorial Community Association, Inc. (“WCC”) Activities and Programs, now or at any time in the future.

COVID-19 Waiver

"I am super impressed with how "normal" things are looking even with all the new regulations." - BVCP Parent

Daily Prescreening Tool

Daily Prescreening Tool

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and based on Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Early Education and Care, Department of Public Health, and CDC guidance, the Whitin Community Center is requiring everyone coming to WCC to complete a DAILY SCREENING BEFORE arrival.

To complete the DAILY SCREENING either use this link, or the QR Code using a Personal Computer, Tablet or Smartphone. (Access to the questionnaire does require an internet connection or wireless access).

Thank you for helping us control the spread of COVID-19, helping to keep you and everyone safer.
For more information, please visit our website 
under COVID-19 Guidance & Reopening.

Whitin Community Center
60 Main St. Whitinsville, MA 01588

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Every Sport Needs More High School Officials
Who says high school coaches don’t recruit?

Currently, there is a critical shortage of high school officials in almost every sport in your state. As a well-respected member of the community, you’re uniquely qualified to recruit a colleague, friend or family member to help meet this urgent need.

Here’s our pitch: Officiating is a great way to stay in shape, meet new people, earn a few extra bucks and make a positive difference in the community. More importantly, the participation by one of your friends or colleagues might actually help save a sport.

The journey to helping us recruit new high school officials begins by posting the message below to your Facebook and Twitter accounts. We’ll do the rest.
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Stay in shape. Meet new people. Earn extra money. Make a difference. These are just a few of the reasons you should become a high school official. Click below to help fill the critical shortage of officials in every sport in our state! #BecomeAnOfficial
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