Grace Ausick helps manage the development and delivery of more than 50 high-quality events per year that promote JFF's mission: To advance the education of our nation's at-risk youth and low-skilled adults.
Ms. Ausick previously co-managed multiple projects at JFF including Jobs to Careers, an initiative dedicated to advancing the skills and careers of frontline health care workers through work-based learning, and The Greenforce Initiative, a two-year community college project focusing on green job pathways.
Before joining JFF, Ms. Ausick worked as an office assistant at the Registrar’s Office at Macalester College. She also interned with the Loft Literary Center, where she worked alongside authors at publication readings and lent support to several NPR radio events.
Ms. Ausick holds a B.A. in English and history from Macalester College.
Jobs for the Future 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.