Generation Success works alongside Boston-area schools and educators to not only elevate a shared vision for our students, but better prepare our youth for the future.
Generation Success seeks to equip young people with the tools and resources to discover and explore the universe of opportunities throughout Boston, by engaging families, out-of-school programs, and industry groups.
Goal: Each and every student in Boston graduates high school fully prepared to further their education and achieve success in life as they define it.
Generation Success campaign efforts support the following:
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Generation Success is excited to announce our list of College, Career and Life Readiness exemplar programs! From building critical thinking to cultivating social awareness, self-efficacy and communication skills – these 70+ programs provide our high schoolers with a multitude of meaningful learning and professional opportunities. Please join us in celebrating these exemplar programs and learn more about their summer and fall offerings for students!
Check out our Generation Success brightspot toolkit – Harnessing Boston’s Collective Energy to Prepare Students for College, Career and Life. See how nonprofits, industry groups and educators, like Autodesk, Boston Society for Architecture, Rapid7, Elkus Manfredi Architects, Harvard Medical School – and more – are already empowering and inspiring students through exciting and creative professional opportunities.
Elizabeth Walczak, Boston Opportunity Agenda
Antoniya Marinova, Success Boston/The Boston Foundation
Samuel Acevedo, Boston HERC
Eric Arnold, Hale Education
Marsha Inniss-Mitchell, Boston Public Schools
Samantha Lord, Elkus Manfredi
Kellyanne Mahoney, Autodesk
Ted McEnroe, The Boston Foundation
Lavonia Montoute, EdVestors
Hal Munger, Elkus Manfredi
Alex Oliver-Davila, Sociedad Latina
Marjorie Ringrose, Smith Family Foundation
Joe Rosenbaum, United Way
Marinelle Rousmaniere, EdVestors
Chris Smith, Boston After School & Beyond
Michelle Sylveria, Boston Public Schools
Jasmine Toussaint, Campus Without Walls