Normalizing alternative pathways to young, black, & bright futures
Summer Fellows with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund provide recommendations for the development of the National Black Talent Bank. They research how the Talent Bank can become a leading initiative in serving Black youth who are seeking alternative pathways to employment and education.
By: Selma Ismail (HKS ‘23), Kayla Waysome (HGSE ‘22)
These reports are a product of the Harvard Project on Workforce’s Summer Fellowship Program. In Summer 2022, the Project on Workforce hosted Summer Fellows from Harvard's policy, business, and education graduate schools. Our fellows worked in cross-sector teams and collaborated alongside leading organizations in the field. These reports highlight their key learnings and findings.