MDF’s 36th Annual Meeting – Everyone Leads Maine Leadership is the most important component in the complex process of economic growth. MDF believes that leadership is a way of being that everyone can embrace, not a position in a hierarchy. Join us in Portland to hear stories… Read More
14th Annual Maine Downtown Conference, “Downtown is the Place”, to be Held in Waterville on Friday May 2nd.
Augusta, April 30, 2014 – The Maine Downtown Center, a program of the Maine Development Foundation, will hold the 14th annual Maine Downtown Conference in Waterville on May 2nd. WHEN: Friday, May 2, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Waterville Opera House and Hathaway… Read More
Tracks the top occupations and sectors hiring; skills and degrees most in demand Augusta, ME – The Maine Development Foundation (MDF) today released the first of what will be quarterly jobs reports titled “Jobs in Maine: Online Job Postings by Industry, Occupation, Skills, and Education.”… Read More
Waterville Institution Offers New Tuition Discount to Maine Employees through the Maine Employers’ Initiative Waterville, ME – Thomas College and the Maine Development Foundation (MDF) announced a new partnership today to support workforce development for a growing network of education-committed employers and their employees across the… Read More
Brunswick Announced as New Nationally-designed Main Street Community Augusta, Maine…May 21, 2012: Cheers and sustained applause echoed through Nordica Auditorium in the c.1865 Merrill Hall on the University of Maine Farmington campus last Friday as over 300 downtown revitalization leaders honored the Heart of Biddeford, recipient… Read More
FARMINGTON, Maine — The Maine Development Foundation’s Downtown Center announces the 12th annual Maine Downtown Conference Friday, May 18, in Farmington. The conference will showcase the economic and community values of downtown and village center revitalization. Registration is at 7 a.m., conference sessions begin at 8 a.m. Read More
AUGUSTA, Maine — The Maine Downtown Center (MDC) and the Maine Forest Service’s Project Canopy program are pleased to announce that five MDC communities are receiving grants for tree planting projects in their downtowns. The MDC and Project Canopy funds require a local match and support local efforts. Read More