A world where young people’s voices, perspectives, and experiences are centered in ongoing efforts to support their career and life goals
Funny, outgoing, loud, honest, strong-willed, love, scary, life, family, serious, boss, fashionista, positive, friendly, Leo, tired, gamer, and nerd. All at one time.New York, NY, Black male, 15-22, lower income
For Black and Latino young people, and for young people experiencing poverty, systemic barriers present greater challenges to their pursuit and exploration of different career pathways.
Young people’s identities and voices matter. This is the guiding principle of Equitable Futures.
Our Big Ideas For Building Equitable Futures
Building supportive relationships for young people to access and explore career pathways
Re-shaping education to career pathways to be more equitable and youth-centered
Using language to connect to young people and to drive narrative change across systems