Thank you to our generous funders for being a part of the solution and supporting JFF’s mission to transform America’s education and workforce development systems to achieve equitable economic advancement for all.
We are deeply grateful to the following funders, whose investments in building our organizational capacity have made us a stronger platform for driving systems change and national impact:
We are proud to partner with the following funders who have made significant investments in our work to drive equitable economic advancement over the past five years:
For more information, contact: Alex Hoffinger, Associate Vice President, Development | 617.728.4446.
JFFLabs is the Jobs for the Future (JFF) innovation arm—we catalyze new ways to achieve our mission at JFF and with our partners.
JFF’s Financing the Future initiative reimagines the way we finance education and skills development.
This paper argues for a radical restructuring of education for grades 11–14—by erasing the arbitrary dividing line between high school and college—to open opportunities for the learners our current systems leave behind. We make the case for an entirely new type of institution—neither high school nor college—designed specifically to better meet the needs of young people after 10th grade and help prepare them to succeed in the world of work.
Jobs for the Future’s (JFF) Center for Justice & Economic Advancement leads efforts to break down systemic barriers that indefinitely penalize people with criminal records and create equitable opportunities that give them a fair chance to pursue quality jobs that match their talents, skills, and aspirations.
We are boldly reimagining how U.S. education and workforce systems meet state and regional talent needs and prepare young people for careers.
Engaging with the American workforce system to create and scale pilots of winning solutions through partnerships with future-focused workforce boards.
This tried-and-true training model has been around for so long because it works. JFF is a leader in expanding apprenticeship and work-based learning to new industries and professions.
JFF works with companies to help them solve pressing business challenges in a way that’s good for workers, communities, and the bottom line.
JFF’s policy team offers fresh ideas on education, poverty alleviation, and workforce issues that prepare students and workers for the jobs of the future and boost our nation's economy.
Since 2008, JFF has convened a Congressional Staff Network that supports the knowledge sharing among congressional staff concerning workforce-related education, training, and employment policy issues currently confronting the federal government and Congress.
This select group of education leaders lets experience be their guide in developing state and federal policies that help students attain credentials for greater success in the labor market.
The ETF@JFFLabs impact fund invests in innovative tech-based solutions that support the more than 75 million American adults who struggle to find meaningful employment.