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Boston Gets Working

As a new semester starts, we salute the equity-building work of community colleges.

Academia & Apprenticeship: A Double Dose of Opportunity

Last spring Mykelsy Charles, 23, was considering leaving her job as a university dining hall manager to enter the BEST hospitality pre-apprenticeship program. Her friends warned her that housekeeping was physically demanding work. Read more...

Boston High School Adviser Champions Tuition-Free College

At Madison Park Technical Vocational High School, Taneka DeGrace is a one-woman tour de force of college advocacy. Officially, her job is to connect students to RoxMAPP, a dual enrollment program with local colleges. But her enthusiasm overflows the job description. DeGrace talks up college to any student who will listen, helps them with applications, follows up even after they've left Madison Park.
"You'd be amazed how many students who have graduated talk to me every day," she said. "They need that one person to keep a hook in and make sure they're ok." Read more...

Collaboration Creates Boston Trades Assessment Center

When nonprofit YouthBuild Boston sought a more accessible teaching space for its building trades training, Roxbury Community College (RCC) saw an opportunity to expand its offerings to the community. Last year, the two organizations launched their collaborative solution: the Boston Trades Assessment Center. The center, located at RCC, allows young people to try their hand at basic construction skills and lays the foundation for YouthBuild Boston's pre-apprenticeship training program. Read more...

Next Stop for YOU Boston Youth? College

YOU Boston is known for providing at-risk young people with work opportunities, from summer jobs to training to transitional employment. But work is just the beginning. YOU staff are continually encouraging young people to think about the next step in their lives – and for some, that’s college.

“[Talking to kids about college] plays an integral role in what we do: placing young people in living wage jobs and really preparing them for the bigger picture,” said Freddie Velez, outgoing Deputy Director of YOU Boston. “You have to look at college in whatever their goals are.” Read more...

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