• Become a corporate partner

    For companies looking to make unrestricted contributions to the PIC, we manage a Corporate Partnership Campaign. Corporate partners help us build a pipeline of talent for the future, and advance racial equity, and support an engaged corporate sector, while connecting thousands of Boston residents to educational and employment opportunities each year.

    Please visit our corporate partners site, or contact Bodi Luse, Director of Development and Communications, to learn more.

  • Provide a grant

    The PIC is a high-impact, effective nonprofit with a long history of successfully managing both public and private grant funding. While we continue to diversify our funding streams, over 50% of our funding is generated through private corporate and foundation grants. For more information about grants, please contact Bodi Luse, Director of Development and Communications, at or 617-488-1322.

  • Hire students

    An excellent way to become more deeply involved with the PIC is to hire BPS high school students for summer internships as part of the private sector component of the Mayor’s Summer Jobs program. Employers who hire students receive comprehensive support from PIC staff throughout the process—from interviewing students to regular check-ins throughout the summer to post-internship evaluation. Learn more about hiring high school students through the PIC. For more information, contact Ashley Hazleton, Employer Engagement Coordinator, at or 617-488-1336.

  • Volunteer

    If you are unable to make a financial contribution, consider making a gift of your time. The PIC relies on dedicated volunteers to offer career panels, mock interviews, resume preparation, and job shadow experiences for students. Learn more about volunteer opportunities with youth and young adults through the PIC. For more information, contact Ashley Hazleton, Employer Engagement Coordinator, at or 617-488-1336.

  • Donate

    The PIC welcomes individual donations to support our work. A gift to the PIC can help us connect a BPS student to paid work experience, reconnect a high school dropout to educational programming, or jumpstart the career of an under- or unemployed adult. Since over 90% of the PIC’s funding is dedicated to covering programmatic costs, you can be confident that your gift is making a difference. Make a gift today.



Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Private


Alice P. Chase Trust, managed by BNY Mellon
Angell Foundation
Aspen Forum for Community Solutions
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Barr Foundation
Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health
The Boston Foundation
Charles Hayden Foundation
EdVestors/Bloomberg Philanthropies
Hyams Foundation
Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation
JPMorgan Chase Foundation
Klarman Family Foundation
Liberty Mutual Foundation
Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee
NBT II Foundation
Paul and Edith Babson Foundation
Red Sox Foundation
Schultz Family Foundation
SIM Boston
Starbucks Foundation
State Street Foundation, Boston WINs
United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
Verizon Foundation
Vertex Foundation


Massachusetts General Hospital
Brigham & Women's Hospital
Bank of America
Liberty Mutual Group
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
State Street Corporation
Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Aramark (Fenway Park)
Tufts Medical Center
Boston Bar Association
Boston Children's Hospital
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Sanofi Genzyme
Boston College
Harvard University
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
John Hancock Financial Services
Massachusetts Department of Transportation
Boston Red Sox
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Brigham & Women's Faulkner Hospital
John J. Moakley Federal Court House (Nelson Fellowship)
Mass Eye and Ear
University of Massachusetts - Boston
New England Baptist Hospital
Fidelity Investments
General Electric
Oxford Properties
Suffolk University
Putnam Investments
Citizens Bank