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Tuesday June 28, 2016
By Jobs for the Future
Over $150 million in the H-1B TechHire grant program has been awarded to 39 partnerships providing training in 25 states across the country. JFF is honored to be a part of 2 of these awards. Indianapolis, IN: GOAL! Growing Opportunities in America for Latinos! Expanding Language and Technical...
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Career and Technical Education
Monday June 27, 2016
By Jobs for the Future
Jobs for the Future (JFF) is proud to announce that JFF Associate Vice President Michael Collins and Associate Director Mamadou Ndiaye have been named Aspen Ideas Festival 2016 Scholars. Michael and Mamadou are part of a diverse group of 300 leaders from across the U.S. and 30 countries “selected...
Thursday June 23, 2016
By Michelle Sedaca
Jobs for the Future's partner SAP, a global leader in entreprise software, signed the White House Tech Inclusion Pledge during the 7th annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University, which is happening from June 22-24th. The pledge signifies companies' commitment to fostering greater...
Tuesday June 21, 2016
By Jobs for the Future
Distinguished Fellows to advance student-centered learning in New England Jobs for the Future’s Students at the Center initiative today announced the inaugural cohort of Students at the Center Distinguished Fellows. The fellows are a diverse group of nine leaders in policy, practice, and research...
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Student-Centered Learning, Competency Education, Deeper Learning
Monday June 6, 2016
By Jobs for the Future
Team teaching, student supports, and state-level partnership development are critical components according to findings about Accelerating Opportunity initiative. BOSTON, MA (June 6, 2016)—The Urban Institute, with its partner the Aspen Institute, released its final implementation report on...
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Adult Basic Education, Career Pathways