1. New York’s Latinx College Completion and Career Success Crisis: A Case For Work-Based Learning

    HERE to HERE and the Latino Education Advocacy Coalition (LEAD), facilitated by the Hispanic Federation, present a joint report with new data and analysis about the challenges facing Latinx college students. The report shows how efforts to better link Latinx students’ experiences to the world of work and careers can put students on the path to the family-sustaining careers of their choice.

    October 29, 2020

  2. “One Step Closer to Achieving What I Learned in School”

    HERE to HERE believes that opportunities for young people must go beyond traditional academics. This report discusses how expanding and enhancing work-based learning can help address the opportunity gaps faced by today’s students.

    January 17, 2020

  3. Employer Partnerships that Drive Systems Change

    When school and work are aligned, young people effectively contextualize learning, build social capital, successfully enter the labor market, and develop a foundation for lifelong learning; and postsecondary institutions thrive. This report, co-authored by HERE to HERE and JFF, highlights the elements that make employer-postsecondary collaboration effective.

    November 20, 2019

  4. The CDOS Pathway

    This HERE to HERE Policy Brief provides a comprehensive overview of the CDOS credential, its current uses and challenges, and its potential to develop and amplify work-based learning in New York City high schools.

    October 10, 2019

  5. Work is College Prep

    The time is now to invest in work-based learning and career pathways for high school students, not as an alternative to college preparation, but as an intentional way to improve postsecondary decision-making and long-term outcomes for students.

    October 10, 2019