Back to Class: Will Pandemic-Disrupted Learners Return to School?
A nationally representative survey of adults ages 18 and older explores the impact of the pandemic on When the pandemic struck last year, education and…
For more information on Transformation Support at the Institute for Capacity Building, contact Dr. Darryl Ann Lai Fang, DarrylAnn.Lai-Fang@uncf.org.
The HBCU Transformation Project aims to increase HBCU health and sustainability, improve student outcomes in retention and graduation rates, expand enrollment, and bolster capacity building with faculty and staff.
UNCF and partners reflected on the successes of the Career Pathways Initiative (CPI) funded by a $50 million Lilly Endowment investment that helps HBCUs and PBIs strengthen institutional career placement outcomes.
Members of the Hawkins community and Jarvis Christian University met today on the Jarvis campus to announce a new “transformation initiative.”
Commitment will expand career pathways student development programming and promote financial education resources on campuses.
Low-income students, students of color, and those who are the first in their families to go to college often have a tougher time finding a first job out of college and earn less than their more privileged peers.
UNCF has received a catalytic investment to accelerate institutional transformation efforts from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.