2021 Myrick Award Goes to Paul Stearns

PCEDC Annual Meeting Recognizes Myrick Award Winner Paul Stearns

PCEDC SEEKS 2021 MYRICK AWARD NOMINATIONS

The Myrick Award recognizes a Piscataquis County resident, business or organization that exemplifies Pete Myrick's concern for and commitment to education, economic development and/or civic leadership in the region. 

Piscataquis County Economic Development Council is seeking a Grant Specialist

Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Grant Specialist will research, draft, administer, manage and report on grants supporting the work of the PCEDC, Piscataquis County and municipalities, and other partnering organizations and initiatives. This position will increase grant funding from local, regional, state, and national government sources, private foundations, and corporate foundations in support of the projects designated by the Executive Director.

2020 Myrick Award Goes to Tom Goulette

As the past president of PCEDC Tom has given this award to other deserving members of Piscataquis County and now it’s his turn to be on the other side of that handshake. We can’t think of anyone more deserving of this award and we know Pete would be pleased to see Tom Goulette receive this years Myrick Award.

2021 Grant Prep Packet for information on current Cares Act Funding

For the most current grant information feel free to contact us directly.

PCEDC Announces New Executive Director

The Piscataquis County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) Executive Committee is pleased to announce the hiring of a new Executive Director, John Shea.

PCEDC Announces Upcoming Changes

PCEDC Director announces resignation after 5 year tenure.

Workforce Development Panel Discussion

A County-Wide Discussion on Workforce Challenges and Opportunities

Local collaboration receives grant to support study of workforce development and youth aspirations barriers

“This grant will support a series of activities designed to learn more about area challenges in recruitment/retention of employees as well as to identify the challenges faced by area youth and young adults to their long-term aspirations about career and job choices, employment and civic involvement.” said Sue Mackey Andrews, co-chairperson of HHH.