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Professional Social Capital: A Key to Black Economic Advancement

Professional Social Capital: A Key to Black Economic Advancement

February 23, 2023

At a Glance

This framework provides a set of recommendations for postsecondary institutions and employers to support Black learners and workers to build professional social capital. It expands on a related JFF market scan that maps the landscape of nonprofit and social enterprise-led social capital initiatives.

Center for Racial Economic Equity
University of Phoenix
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