Unifying America: Non-Profit Provides Support For Low-Income Workers Looking to Switch Careers

CBS Boston highlights how the General Assembly Career Impact Bond (CIB) helped Jeovanny Tovar prepare to work in the tech industry. The segment includes brief interviews with Tovar and Social Finance’s Tracy Palandjian.

“...students enroll for free and get wrap-around support they need to graduate. Those who are in the program actually sign a student bill of rights that says after the program, if they don’t land a job making more than $40,000 a year, they don’t have to pay back the money they received from the Career Impact Bond.”

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