BCT Partners is excited to support the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Forward Promise initiative. Forward Promise is a $9.5 million initiative focused on promoting opportunities for the health and success of middle school- and high-school-aged boys and young men of color. The foundation recently awarded (10) 30-month grants to organizations managing innovative programs that offer a promising path to greater success for young men of color. In early 2014, another five community partners will receive funding to support their work.
NEW YORK (April 13, 2016) — Six of Donald Trump’s former Apprentice contestants will come together on Friday, April 15, 2016 to speak out on the GOP front-runner’s presidential bid. Dr. Randal Pinkett, 2004 Season 4 winner of The Apprentice and the only person of color to win, will be joined by former contenders from […]
BCT Partners, in partnership with SRI International, evaluated the National Institutes of Health Executive Leadership Program. This evaluation covered a four-year time span. Over 35 executive leaders at NIH, including its four deputy directors were interviewed. The mixed-method evaluation included the review of collateral, interviews, focus groups and analysis of survey data. The report, found […]
The latest Choice Neighborhoods Promising Practice Guide can now be found on HUD’s Choice Neighborhoods Technical Assistance website.
Industry News: “Let’s encourage entrepreneurs to come up with new skills and offerings that will prepare our children for the future.