1. The Story of #SaveSYEP

    During the summer of 2020, following New York City’s cancellation of the Summer Youth Employment Program, young people came together to save the program for thousands of students. This report tells the story of their efforts and the impact of their work.

    January 26, 2021

  2. What’s Next? The Promise of Remote Internships in the Future of Work-Based Learning

    In the summer of 2020, HERE to HERE worked with practitioners to implement our Key Distinguishers for Virtual Internships, a set of best practice to guide providers as they pivoted to offer virtual internships. This report highlights the summer experience, our shared learnings, and the value of Key Distinguishers in framing future iterations of virtual internships, during and long after the pandemic.

    January 25, 2021

  3. 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

  4. The HERE to HERE Language Guide

    Informed by students and available to those who work with and for students, The HERE to HERE Language Guide investigates the words surrounding Bronx youth and how these words impact their feelings about their environments and selves, as well as their work and learning.

    July 28, 2020

  5. “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