April SessionDate: Saturday, Aprl 9, 2022 Time: 9:00 AM PST | 11:00 AM CST | 12:00 PM EST (US and Canada)
As calls and commitments continue to close the access to opportunity gap for talent of color, three companies are taking action to address these disparities. With their partnership with INROADS, ConocoPhillips, BBVA USA (now a part of PNC)and Dollar General are each supporting the growth of INROADS College Links — a program developed to expose high school youth to STEM, career and leadership skills.
You’re invited to celebrate the INROADS College Links expansion on September 22, 2021! College Links is expanding to Birmingham, AL, Houston, TX and Nashville, TN this fall. RSVP below to join us as we celebrate the expansion of an impactful program. For more information contact Andrea Johnson-Lee, National Director of College Links, at ajohnsonlee@INROADS.org. College Links Fall Launch Name* First Last Address* City … Read More
Symba, the leading remote internship management platform, announces an expanded partnership with INROADS, in support of its College Links program in a virtual environment. College Links works with underrepresented high school students interested in STEM and business, to prepare and strengthen them for both college and career success. Through the program, students are exposed to career immersion activities, mentoring, and goal planning.
For years, INROADS’ mission has leveled the playing field through its programs designed specifically for diverse, underrepresented high school and college students. College Links works at the high school level to prepare and strengthen underserved talent for college and career success. Targeting those interested in STEM and business careers, College Links gives students needed access to career immersion activities and goal planning, while improving educational outcomes. INROADS partnership with varying community partners has helped introduce the College Links program in new markets across the U.S., such as the L3Harris College Links Program in Orlando and the L3Harris College Links Program in Dallas.
The program will deliver leadership and STEM development to Oakland high school students. OAKLAND (December 15, 2020) — JPMorgan Chase is supporting INROADS’ expansion of the College Links program to Oakland in an effort to help Bay Area youth from communities of color prepare for college and get on a pathway to STEM-related careers. In 2010, INROADS saw a need … Read More
Join us for our virtual INROADS College Links Fall 2021 Kickoff Event on Saturday, October 16th! Fill out the form at the bottom of the page to register. For more information contact Andrea Johnson-Lee, National Director of College Links, at ajohnsonlee@INROADS.org. Interested in signing up for College Links? Click the button below to apply for the program. Sign Up For The … Read More
L3Harris Technologies is making a commitment to future innovators, scientists and mathematicians by investing to identify and develop talent early. Aerospace and defense company L3Harris will invest $2 million to advance INROADS’ College Links. College Links is an innovative program that seeks to close the knowledge and skills gap that often plagues talented and underserved youth, particularly from racial minority communities. The company’s investment will be used to establish L3Harris College Links in Orlando, expand the program in Dallas and provide nationwide support.
INROADS has partnered with Merck to launch INROADS College Links in Newark, New Jersey. On January 26, 2019, at 10 a.m., the program will launch at KIPP Newark Collegiate Academy (129 Littleton Ave, Newark, NJ 07103) with students in the 9th, 10th and 11th grade, embarking on a year-long journey of growth and development in the business and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields of study. Through the College Links program, INROADS identifies, prepares and equips high potential, yet under-resourced high school students for future college and career success. INROADS College Links’ partnership with Merck is unique in that the pharmaceutical company is working to close the achievement gap by providing under-represented youth the opportunity to work on meaningful assignments and gain real-word experiences.
Often, the only woman in the room, or the only person of color in an entire organization, Errika Mallett knows why more than half of minority freshmen who declare STEM majors at the start of college abandon them before graduation or switch to non-STEM graduate programs