Classroom at the Workplace
The PIC connects the youth and adults of Boston to education and employment opportunities.

The PIC identifies labor and skill shortages, then crafts innovative initiatives that respond to the needs of employers and local residents.

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On July 27, 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, 20-24 years old, who are unemployed and out of school with no postsecondary degree.

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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. This new initiative brings the organizations together under a shared goal of creating career pathways for young people and supporting them through their education. The State Street Foundation...

The Boston Opportunity Youth Collaborative (OYC), a cross-sector group convened by the Boston Opportunity Agenda and the Boston PIC, is one of seven grantee communities to receive a total of $6 million from the Social Innovation Fund to build career pathways for opportunity youth. Opportunity Works – an initiative of Jobs for...

Next month, over 200 Boston public high school students will learn leadership and job skills that they will use in their roles as summer camp counselors.  As part of the Teen Leadership Initiative started in 2013 by the Boston Private Industry Council, the Summer Fund, and Hale Reservation, and generously supported by Bank of America, students will learn to become effective camp counselors.  The Teen Leadership Initiative provides students with the tools and training to help them achieve success in a summer job and beyond.