When “Life” Becomes a Barrier to Success in Tech, Support Services Can Help
Implementing inclusive, robust support services into training programs can lead to more positive outcomes for learners, like higher employment rates post-completion.
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Partnerships are the key to building well-run, equitable apprenticeships that prepare workers of all ages for rewarding careers. Learn how to forge and sustain these critical collaborations from successful partnership stakeholders in this virtual event, May 4.
As we near our 40th anniversary at Jobs for the Future, we are growing and organizing ourselves to increase our impact in the years ahead. Learn more about our plans to drive equitable economic advancement for all from President and CEO Maria Flynn.
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JFF CEO Maria Flynn has been named to the Forbes “50 Over 50: Impact” list. The honorees are 50 influential women over age 50 leading change to create a better, more equitable world, including philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, author Brené Brown, and activist Dolores Huerta.
Jobs for the Future CEO Maria Flynn was quoted in a recent New York Times article about a handful of nonprofits that have developed innovative job-training programs that have track records of success helping people from low-income backgrounds build skills that they need for jobs that lead to economic advancement.
Jobs for the Future (JFF) drives transformation of the American workforce and education systems to achieve equitable economic advancement for all.