Creating Conditions for Employers to Learn With Youth
In this episode of the Building Equitable Pathways podcast, host Kyle Hartung and guests explore the purpose of their work and the role of employers in addressing systemic inequity. They examine the positionality of employers in pathways systems, highlight possibilities for deeper engagement, and share examples of how building trust and learning together changes outcomes for young people and communities. This episode features Stephanie Peete, director of workforce development at Say Yes Buffalo, and Rukiya Curvey Johnson, executive director of the Rush Education and Career Hub (REACH) and vice president of community health equity at Rush University Medical Center.
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