2024 ARPA Funds: Use it or Lose it
How a Community of Practice Uncovers Learnings for Clean Energy Job Training
For Regional Workforce Systems, Creating Good Jobs is a Marathon
Social Finance is supporting workforce development partners across the country, including Good Jobs Challenge Grantees, as they pursue ambitious economic mobility initiatives fit for the future of the U.S. economy.
Impact, Partnership Drive Massachusetts Program for Veterans with PTSD, MST
The Veteran's CARE launch anniversary offers an opportunity for reflection centered on two elements critical to the Social Finance mission that have made the program successful: the pursuit of measurable impact and the creation of…
Final Evaluation Report of the Massachusetts Pathways to Economic Advancement Project
Economic Mobility Corporation has shared a final evaluation report of Massachusetts Pathways to Economic Advancement, a Pay for Success project that expanded education and employment opportunities for approximately 2,000 limited English speakers in Boston.
From the Social Finance Institute
Meet Social Finance’s New Vice President, Impact Advisory, Amber Ivey
Amber Ivey joined Social Finance in December 2022 to help governments maximize the measurable impact of taxpayer dollars with the goal of delivering better outcomes for people and communities. Here, Amber talks about her journey…
Homelessness in Ventura County: An Analysis of the Service Use and Costs of Persistent Homelessness
The costs of persistent homelessness are high—not only to the County, but to the health and wellbeing of individuals experiencing homelessness as well. This analysis attempts to measure the dollars and cents associated with the…
Child Care in Connecticut: Initiatives to Address a Crisis
The OEC recognizes the difficult and essential work that underpaid and overworked staff in child care programs perform—work for children, families, and communities—and are seeking to leverage local, state, and federal resources to address this…