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The Joan H. Brack Career Development Center provides a wide range of client-centered employment and career development services for clients of all skill levels, including those who are unemployed, entering the job market for the first time, or considering a career change. This offering is available for all Natick residents at no cost.

The center offers assistance in the following areas:

  • Career counseling and mentoring
    • Career interest and skills assessment
    • Job search strategy and application support
    • Interview and follow up techniques
  • Personal brand and marketing
    • Resume and on-line profile development
    • Effective networking
  • Job retention counseling and support

We focus on building confidence and self-esteem during one-on-one coaching sessions designed to help clients identify their unique strengths and aptitudes.

In addition to individual coaching sessions, the Brack Center offers training workshops devoted to vocational self-assessment and building an accurate sense of self-worth and self-efficacy.

For more information, please contact Rachel Vingsness at or at (508)655-1791.

To deliver on its mission Natick Service Council’s Brack Center is proud to partner with like-minded organizations such as Morse Library Institute, South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC) and Massachusetts Council on Aging.

Online Microsoft Word & Excel Classes

Click on the links below for your private tutorial:


Introduction to Word- CLICK HERE

Advanced Word- CLICK HERE


Introduction to Excel- CLICK HERE

Advanced Excel- CLICK HERE


Special thanks to our trainer Sara Calcutt for her time and expertise.

NSC Partners with Achieve Program!

The Natick Service Council is proud to partner with the Natick Public School's highly acclaimed Achieve Program.  The Achieve program is designed to address the needs of Natick High School students, who, after successfully completing the Life Skills Program, need additional training and guidance to attain the greatest possible levels of independence with their personal, social, and vocational choices.

The program, designed for young adults (18-22) with significant physical and cognitive challenges, is designed to motivate and challenge young adults, while developing lifelong skills and strategies. The primary areas of focus include: independent living skills, vocational education, training and placement, and community awareness & access.