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The College to Career (C2C) program supports undergraduate and graduate students poised to enter the workplace. In addition, the C2C program helps corporations increase their visibility among prospective employees and reduces the "brain drain" caused by local students of color leaving to launch their careers out of state.

Participants. Undergraduate or graduate Asian, Black, Latino, Native American or South Asian students enrolled in a Greater Boston college or university.  Enrollment in the six-month program is limited to 30 students.  Green Careers, Green Communities is open to all interested students.

Content. C2C has two components:  a six-month leadership training effort for students who have just entered the workplace and an on-going initiaitve that encourages students of color to pursue green careers.

Career Launch is a six-month program that offers leadership training for both multicultural professionals of color and their managers.  Topics include:
•    Taking Initiative at Work
•    Creating Effective Work Relationships
•    Building Your Brand
•    The Value of Feedback
Managers of participants complete The Partnership’s Moving Beyond Diversity program.

Click here to request additional information.

NEW!  Green Careers, Green Communities.  Funded through the generous support of the National Grid Foundation, this new initiative will introduce multicultural students of color to the full range of possibilities…and leadership potential…in the growing field of green careers.  Click here to join this program’s mailing list. 

Timeframe. Career Launch is a six-month program offered on a rolling basis.  Green Careers, Green Communities is offered throughout the year.   


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