Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (BFIT) is an affordable, urban college serving the Boston region and committed to student success and career readiness in technology fields. Through personalized support, hands-on learning, and industry-informed curricula, BFIT prepares graduates for work, life-long learning, and citizenship.
Bottom Line helps first-generation students from low-income backgrounds get into college, graduate, and go far in life. Bottom Line expects their students to earn a bachelor’s degree, accumulate no more than $36,000 in debt, and be employed or continuing their education 6 months after graduation.
Work hard. Graduate sooner. In this "on-demand" college model there are no limits to how many credits you complete in a semester. The more work you get done, the sooner you graduate.
Roca’s mission is to disrupt the cycle of incarceration and poverty by helping young people transform their lives. Using a four-year intervention model, Roca proves that change is possible, even for the highest risk young people.
X-Cel Education improves economic opportunity in underserved Greater Boston neighborhoods through accessible, individualized, and free high school equivalency education, post-secondary preparation, and career readiness development.
Year Up Boston
You won’t find a talent pool with more professionalism and grit than Year Up alumni. Year Up graduates are motivated to achieve excellence, trained in hard and soft skills, screened, and coached. Year Up Boston offers a unique, social responsible alternative to traditional talent acquisition.
Youth Options Unlimited
YOU Boston empowers young people from court-involved or at-risk backgrounds to succeed in the workforce, in the community, and in their lives. YOU Boston supports young people through three progressive levels of employment - job-readiness training, subsidized employment, and private sector placement - with the goal of preparing them for sustainable, living wage jobs.