New Initiatives


The Noyce Foundation has launched these new efforts:



Pathways to Prosperity (Jobs for the Future, Boston, MA)

Jobs for the Future will develop and test a comprehensive grade 7-12 career awareness/exposure/exploration system to ensure that all participating students by the last years of high school would be in a position to make an informed choice among pathways leading to career or postsecondary certificate/degree.
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The Noyce Foundation has joined the 100Kin10 initiative, which though its partners will strategically address the nation's shortage of STEM teachers and improve STEM learning for all students by training and retaining 100,000 excellent science, technology, engineering, and math teachers by 2021.
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