News from the PIC

PIC Board, Staff Speak at Launch of New Success Boston Equity Framework

The PIC joined a special event launching Success Boston’s new equity framework and celebrating the commitment of 15 local higher education institutions to the postsecondary success of all Boston students, particularly those from historically and currently underserved groups.

BHCC Students Learn Job-Readiness Skills with the PIC Job Club

Vania Ramos was eager for more career help, so when she was introduced to the PIC’s new Job Club Program, she did not hesitate to join. The PIC Job Club, a five-week workshop on job readiness, provides education and support to Bunker Hill Community College students looking for work and acts as a support group for job seekers.

The PIC Welcomes Newest Members to the Boston Private Industry Council, Boston's MassHire Workforce Board

The PIC is pleased to welcome the newest members to the Boston Private Industry Council, Boston's MassHire Workforce Board.

PIC and Bunker Hill Community College Celebrate First Job Club Program Graduation

The PIC celebrated the completion of its first Job Club program, a series of career readiness workshops for Bunker Hill Community College students.

Summer Interns Receive Job Experience and Mentoring at Related Beal

Over the course of their internships, BPS students learned and developed many professional and practical skills, allowing them to grow and take a step closer to pursuing their ideal careers. These skills, however, aren’t the only things students built upon this summer. Many interns also established great professional relationships and connections with mentors in their fields of interest.

Interns Return to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for Year-round Job Experiences

Abigail Williams is a senior at the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Sciences and an aspiring physician assistant. She jumped at the chance to push herself to grow and develop herself personally and professionally by interning at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) through the PIC Summer Internship Program.

Boston PIC Summer 2021 Internship Program

With the COVID-19 pandemic moving into a new phase and taking lessons from the "Summer like no other" in 2020, Boston Public Schools (BPS) high school students returned to Boston’s summer jobs program.

Re-Engaged: 2021 Boston Mayoral Candidates Forum on Youth and Young Adult Issues

All five candidates for Mayor of Boston appeared on a campaign forum and spoke knowledgeably on issues such as youth voice, alternative education, community college, mental health, career pathways, and high school internships.

Summer Interns Express Their Creativity at the Actors’ Shakespeare Project

Boston is home to a vibrant and thriving arts culture. To give students the opportunity to work in arts organizations, the PIC partners with EdVestors, which organizes the Bloomberg Arts Internship (BAI) with funding from Bloomberg Philanthropies.
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