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The Lights Are On!

September 27, 2018
By Seth Daniel

The last of the cranes on the Encore Boston Harbor site have been taken down, and now the focus of the work has moved inside to the finishes in the rooms and lobby areas.

Greg John, of Encore, said they took down the last of the cranes last week, and it was a signal for work to proceed inside. Cranes have been on site since August 2016, with as many as 16 cranes on site at one time. With the structure topping off early last summer, and the bronze glass curtain now completed, there was no longer any need for cranes on site.

Encore Boston Harbor Apprenticeship Union Training Opportunities for September 2018

The following trade(s) will be accepting applications for apprenticeship training:

*****Please be sure to call the union to confirm credentials ******

Massachusetts Laborers Local 22, 88, 151, 223, 1421                                    

https://www.masslaborers.org/

When: 2nd Tues of each month; Tues, September 11, 2018, 9am – 12pm   
Phone: (508) 544-9830

Address:

Encore Boston Harbor Traffic Update for week of August 27, 2018

Week of Monday, August 27, 2018
All work locations and durations are subject to weather.
Sullivan Square

Road work will continue during the week at the Sullivan Square rotary.

  • Work will include traffic signal installation.
  • The work will require sequenced lane shifts along with some closing of lanes during off-peak hours. 

Work will continue on D Street and Spice Street.

Sugar Ray Band Coming to Everett's City Fest

SUGAR RAY TO HEADLINE 4TH ANNUAL VILLAGE FEST ON SEPTEMBER 15TH

The ink has dried and we have finalized the signing of our headlining act for Everett Village Fest! We are proud to announce that this year the rock band, Sugar Ray, will be performing! Just over a month away from #EverettVillageFest! Our fourth annual celebration, on September 15th, will feature some of the best entertainment and food around! We can't wait for this amazing event!

Encore Boston Harbor Water Shuttle

The water shuttle ferry will run daily from the Everett Encore gaming resort to stops in Boston's Seaport and Financial districts, through specific locations.

By doing so, the Encore Resort Shuttle becomes only the second or third ferry service in Boston Harbor history connecting north and south in the past 300 years.

Wynn Resorts, LTD has tapped a Charlestown boat builder to construct three water shuttles, sleek but sturdy ferries to move casino goers and anyone else who

whishes to explore the distance between the Boston waterfront and Evertt once the casino is up and running.

Job Opportunities - YMCA International Learning Center

Please find a few jobs available at the YMCA International Learning Center below.

1. Lead Advisor and Program Coordinator for Adult ESOL Program

2. DESE ESOL Evening Teachers 9 Month Program

3. Morning or Evening Adult ESOL Teachers 4 Week Sessions

Deadline to apply is August 20 or September 1.

Please spread the word!

Sarah Harkleroad, Director

sharkleroad@ymcaboston.org

617-927-8244

YMCABoston.org/ilc

 

Local Job Opportunities - Crossing Guard in Everett

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts’s Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is currently hiring for position of CROSSING GUARD in Everett.

Crossing Guards are part-time civilian personnel and must be at least 18 years old. They are responsible for assisting students and other pedestrians to safely cross DCR roadways by controlling vehicular traffic.

Encore Boston Harbor Career Fair

Elevate your job, and your quality of life, by joining the Encore Boston Harbor team! With more than 4,500 openings, there is a position for nearly every person.

Encore Boston Harbor Career Fair
Learn what it is like to work at Encore and talk to people who will help you find and apply for the right job.

Wednesday, August 8th

Session 2: 6 PM - 8 PM

Location: Edwards G. Connolly Center 90 Chelsea Street, Everett MA

Competitive Pay & Comprehensive Benefits

Paid Training & Growth Opportunities

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