JFF works with our partners to design and drive the adoption of education and career pathways leading from college readiness to career advancement for those struggling to succeed in today’s economy.
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By 2020, JFF, working with our partners, is committed to doubling the number of low-income youth and adults who attain postsecondary credentials.
Download Vision 2020, an introduction to JFF's goals and strategies.
In more than 100 communities across 39 states, JFF improves the pathways leading from high school to college to family-sustaining careers.
Download JFF's Program Locations Map, showing the communities and states where our program sites are located.
JFF staff and board bring experience and expertise in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors and in education and workforce, economic, and community development. We value working in an environment that is productive, welcoming, and respectful of all people. We strive to ensure that these ideals are maintained in all of JFF’s work and seek to appreciate, understand, and incorporate diversity with respect to race, color, class, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and veteran status.
We believe that embracing diversity improves the quality of our work and services to our partners. It helps to ensure that our practice reflects our mission, promotes a variety of perspectives, and improves our understanding of the people we serve.
Our mission and work are driven by our dedicated staff and enriched by the fact that so many of us reflect the populations that we aim to serve, those traditionally underrepresented in higher education and high-skilled jobs.
JFF strives to promote a productive work environment that is welcoming to and respectful of all people. We seek diversity and inclusion in the organization with respect to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.
JFF's work is made possible by many funders (public, private, and individual) and partners (school developers and school districts, state and local governments, employer organizations, and community colleges). Thanks to all of their efforts and resources, JFF identifies, develops, and promotes education and workforce strategies that expand opportunity for youth and adults who are struggling to advance in America today.
JFF welcomes your comments and questions:
- Media inquiries: Jayme Rubenstein, email@example.com
- Job openings at JFF: Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
- General questions: email@example.com
You can also call 617.728.4446 (fax: 617.728.4857) or write us at:
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88 Broad Street, 8th Floor | Boston, MA 02110 (main address)
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