Fall Grant Cycle Open TREE Fund's Fall 2023 Grant Application Cycle is now open. Applications for the following grants will be due by October 1 with Letters of Inquiry due by September 15. For information on each of these grants and [...]
TCIA's workforce development team had the opportunity to speak to and share resources with the current cohort at PowerCorpsBOS.
To provide companies with guidance, TCIA developed Arborist Apprenticeship Program to help employers build their workforce.
TCIA's Manager of Workforce Recruitment & Retention attended the Massachusetts Arborists Association Fall Field Day Event in Framingham, Massachusetts! Fall Field Day connects leading arborists and landscape professionals in Massachusetts with students and industry professionals. It was great to connect with [...]
TCIA is pleased to roll out FREE virtual workshops for employees of companies with fewer than 250 employees funded by the Susan Harwood Grant program that is funded by OSHA. These half and full-day virtual workshops will help further employee training [...]
TCIA has developed a free online certificate course called "Intro to Arboriculture Safety." This certificate course is for anyone who is curious about a career in arboriculture. If you're an arborist, you can share this with your friends and family. As [...]
The University of New Hampshire has been graduating tree care professionals and foresters for almost a century, according to Ethan Belair, director of the Forest Technology program, which includes arboriculture and forestry. “UNH has had a forestry program since 1919,” [...]
For almost 30 years, Southern University and A&M College have been graduating top urban-forestry students, according to program director Kamran Abdollahi. He adds that it’s the pilot program in urban forestry for Louisiana and initially was launched with an investment [...]
As part of Cal Poly Pomona in eastern Los Angeles County, Huntley attracts students from as far away as Ventura County – a two-hour one-way commute, according to adjunct faculty member Tracey Takeuchi. The college, located in an underserved area [...]
On his Gear Up application, Jim Wentworth-Plato explains that Clackamas Community College is two years into developing its state-education board-approved arboriculture program. The two-year program earns students an Associate of Applied Science degree. “We focus on being accessible to all [...]