For Low-Income Workers, A Chance to Learn New Skills Without Paying a Dime Upfront

The Boston Globe describes how low-income workers are using the Career Impact Bond to gain access to career training and learn in-demand skills without paying any upfront costs. The article highlights how this partnership between Social Finance and General Assembly is working to break down barriers to education and economic mobility.

“The Social Finance initiative could provide a lifeline to the many workers with lower education levels who lost their jobs during the pandemic."

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