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Monday June 23, 2014
By Jobs for the Future
Jobs for the Future and Wider Opportunities for Women are committing to adapt and expand their Pink to Green Toolkit from its current focus on recruiting and retaining women in training programs for green sector jobs to a broader focus on training in STEM careers that hold the promise of new and...
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Green Skills, STEM, Workforce Partnership
Thursday May 22, 2014
By Mary Gardner Clagett
In an encouraging display of bipartisan unity, the U.S. Congress has reached a long-sought bipartisan agreement to overhaul the nation’s main law overseeing federal job-training programs, aiming to strengthen services and increase the ability for millions of underserved adults to find work and...
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Federal Workforce Policy
Monday May 5, 2014
By Jobs for the Future
Marlene Seltzer, who has led Jobs for the Future through a sustained period of tremendous growth, has announced her plans to retire. “I’m confident that the timing is right for me personally and for JFF,” said Ms. Seltzer, who has served as JFF President and CEO since 2004. “I have had the great...
Monday April 7, 2014
By Jobs for the Future
Download print version. Boston, MA (April 8, 2014) – The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded a $4.9 million grant to Jobs for the Future to expand STEM education and career pathways that prepare more low-income Massachusetts high school students for high-demand jobs with good wages and strong...
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Career Pathways
Monday March 17, 2014
By Jobs for the Future
Download print version. Contact: Yuri Chang, ychang@jff.org, (617) 728-4446 x244 Jobs for the Future releases major report in celebration of Early College High School Week; 30% of graduates earn postsecondary credential with their high school diploma. BOSTON, MA (March 17, 2014) — Early college...