Convening a City to Cultivate the Next Generation of Talent: A Conversation with John Hancock

September 10, 2018

In our Q&A with Annie Duong-Turner from John Hancock, you'll read about how the company created a leading scholarship program in Boston, preparing the future workforce with the skills needed to succeed. The program requires collaboration between local nonprofits, universities, government, and others, but shows the possibilitities of change when you partner with others.

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