Tuesday, August 18, 2020
2:00 PM ~ 3:00 PM ET
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for everyone, imagine you are a young person just out of jail, on parole or dropped out of high school. You are determined to get a new start on your life, and you are focused on getting the education and workforce skills you need to move from surviving to thriving. You already have a steep hill to climb. And then, the pandemic hits and everything becomes more complicated.
FHI 360’s National Institute for Work and Learning is helping vulnerable young people get skills and resources to successfully reenter their communities. We lead the Compass Rose Collaborative, a partnership funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, through which we work with community-based organizations in nine communities across the United States to provide workforce skills, education and internship opportunities to young adults who have been through the justice system.
Caitlin Dawkins | Program Manager, FHI 360 National Institute for Work and Learning
| Program Manager, FHI 360 National Institute for Work and Learning