Project on Workforce fellows work with Bunker Hill Community College focusing on the effect of COVID
The Project on Workforce has collaborated with Bunker Hill Community College to support the Career Pathways Impact Project (CPIP), a $250,000 investment from JPMorgan Chase to create more pathways into good jobs for Bunker Hill students and graduates.
"With support from the Harvard Project on Workforce, three graduate fellows from Harvard’s business and policy programs worked at BHCC this summer to accelerate the career pathways agenda. The Harvard team focused on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on students’ career planning and post-graduation job opportunities, and how this might shift the college’s career preparedness strategies. Working with BHCC’s CPIP Career Navigator, Denise Mytko, the fellows collated findings from interviews with students, faculty, staff and employers to help guide BHCC’s future career offerings, including tools that facilitate career planning in a remote service delivery model. This work will guide the CPIP program to provide integrated career guidance to more BHCC students and additional BHCC programs."