Funders › Phase II

  • Anonymous
  • BNY Mellon
  • The Boston Foundation
  • Chorus Foundation
  • City of Boston's Neighborhood Jobs Trust
  • The Clowes Fund, Inc.
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Hyams Foundation
  • Garfield Foundation
  • Mabel Louise Riley Foundation
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • National Fund for Workforce Solutions
  • The Nellie Mae Education Foundation
  • Perpetual Trust for Charitable Giving, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee
  • A.C. Ratshesky Foundation
  • State Street Foundation
  • Surdna Foundation
  • United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
  • U.S. Department of Labor, through Jobs for the Future

What’s New at SkillWorks

 

SkillWorks releases NEW 4-Year Plan (2018-2021)!

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SkillWorks in the news: In recent Boston Business Journal ViewPoint article, SkillWorks Executive Director, Marybeth Campbell, highlights the need to rethink workforce development for a diverse 21st-century workforce.

Download the full article: Lets bring tech into the 21st century


$11 million in NEW Investments in Workforce Development and Boston’s Tech Talent Pipeline Announced at TechHire Boston’s 3rd IT/Tech Forum!


TechHire Boston, SkillWorks, the Boston PIC, Boston Foundation and Venture Cafe Foundation hosted the 3rd IT/Tech forum on Monday, June 19th, 2017. Mayor Walsh and TBF's Paul Grogan also joined us to announce new investments in workforce development to grow the pool of talent and raise the level of candidate preparation from high school through college and into career. Learn more & read the press release here!

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Watch the full video from the 1st IT/Tech forum

Read the Report: Information & Communication Technology: Shared Prosperity in the Digital Age


SkillWorks Partners to Increase Diversity in Tech

SkillWorks is a proud supporter of Hack.Diversity in partnership with the Boston Foundation, with an initial investment of $50,000 and the establishment of the Hack.Diversity Fund.

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Learn more about Hack.Diversity on their website and check out their blog to read their "Meet the 2017 Cohort" series and other insightful articles!


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