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Launched by Johnson & Johnson in 1992, BTE helps young people build solid futures and makes learning meaningful, engaging and relevant. This fact sheet is an overview of the BTE initiative, NIWL’s role, key data and evaluation results.
The Compass Rose Collaborative works to improve the education and employment outcomes of young adults after their involvement in the U.S. criminal justice system. This fact sheet is an overview of the collaborative’s community partners, key data and highlights of evaluation results.
The Education & Career Plan (ECP) is a user-friendly digital tool that builds on FHI 360’s College and Career Readiness: A Guide for Navigators, which helps both students and Navigators map and track the college- and career-readiness journey. Four versions of the ECP are available, designed to support students pursuing different paths: those in high […]
This fact sheet profiles the work of FHI 360’s National Institute for Work and Learning (NIWL), which focuses on two key drivers of individual well-being: education and employment.
This fact sheet profiles the College & Career Readiness work of FHI 360’s National Institute for Work and Learning (NIWL).
This provides an overview of the USBU’s Research & Evaluation services and competencies.
NIWL’s work under this strategic plan focuses on advancing equitable and accessible education and workforce systems; leading and supporting efforts to prepare the diverse workforce for the demands of the 21st century; and promoting data informed and research-based policies and practices.
Critical, country-specific data and information about the growing demand for STEM²D talent and the status of a diverse talent pipeline. Customized Market Insights are available for countries throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America, Latin America, and South America.
This fact sheet is an overview of NIWL’s work in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Manufacturing and Design (STEM2D) education and career readiness.
This white paper reviews literature and other findings from nongovernmental organizations that point to an intermediary agency as providing the best model for delivering wraparound services to youth returning to their communities after involvement in the U.S. justice system.