News from the PIC
Join us on Wednesday, September 21 from 3:00 to 4:30 PM in the Federal Reserve Bank auditorium for the PIC's 37th Annual Meeting.
In September 2016, the PIC, in partnership with SkillWorks, launched the Greater Boston IT/Tech Consortium with a forum focused on workforce challenges, including lack of diversity in the sector across all occupations and lack of exposure between employers and two-year colleges as a talent pipeline.
Today, at the UN’s World Youth Skills Day, the GE Foundation in partnership with the International Labour Organization, announced their commitment to provide quality workplace-based experiences for 16-18 year olds.
A new report on Success Boston shows steady increases in the percentage and number of Boston Public Schools (BPS) graduates completing college within six years.
Check out the PIC's Spring 2016 Quarterly Newsletter.
Congratulations to the 2015 PIC Achievers for their outstanding accomplishments and for embodying the mission of the PIC.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined the Boston Opportunity Youth Collaborative to launch the Connection Center, which will serve as a one-stop resource to help Boston high school graduates who are unemployed and out of school with no postsecondary degree.
The PIC is one of five nonprofits receiving funding from the State Street Foundation as part of the Boston Workforce Investment Network, or Boston WINs.