To enable young people from low-income families to find employment, advance towards self-sufficiency and achieve financial security.
To provide support, peer networking and technical assistance to at least 60 farmers engaged in small-scale, ecologically-oriented businesses.
To help Boston high school graduates who are planning professional careers in the financial services sector enter and succeed in college.
To offer environmental remediation technology training to 60 low-income New York City residents and place them in sustainable-wage jobs.
To assist underserved youth in gaining life and job skills to attain long-term living wage careers.
To develop new services for the community while creating a social enterprise for sustaining the youth training program.
To expand business training and technical assistance for microentrepreneurs in northern New Hampshire.
To strengthen coalitions in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Vermont with technical assistance and capacity building grants.
To provide a comprehensive career development program that will address youth unemployment.
To work with Rhode Island job training, employment placement and social service providers to enable young people in Pawtucket and other Rhode Island cities to enter marine trades.