Coaching Across the Economic Divide Innovation Hour
Feb 7, 2017
To break the cycle of poverty, we need to think in bold, rigorous, and engaging new ways. Investing in coaching for economic mobility rooted in emerging science is a proven approach to deal with the effects of poverty at the individual level. Through regular interaction with a well-trained mentor, individuals develop the skills to focus on goals, measure progress, and regain momentum after facing setbacks. This one-to-one approach needs community reinforcement to be successful. Unifying the social safety net with a metric-based, mentor-led, incentivized model gets results.
- February 7th, 2017
- 5:30pm Refreshments and Networking
- 6:00pm Prompt Program featuring Jack Fultz, Kristina Pinto, and Nicki Ruiz De Luzuriaga.
- Cooley, LLP
- 500 Bolyston St
- Boston, MA 02216
Click here to register. Tickets are $25.
Sponsorship information can be found here. For sponsorship questions please contact Katherine Parker at KParker@empathways.org.
If you have any questions please contact Jessica Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EMPath thanks the following for their support:
- Martha Coakley
- Corinne Larson and Andrew Goodale