Philanthropy leads public-private partnerships for workforce development

This is what it looks like when philanthropy gets it right!

If you missed St. Croix Foundation’s press release, a recent article from the Virgin Islands Daily News provides details on the success of our students through our Solar Workforce Development Initiative. It’s a compelling story on the power of public, private, and civic sector partnerships that demonstrates what equity and racial justice – and their relationship with economic and community development – look like.  St. Croix Foundation is also proud to add one more student to our list of 6 fully employed youth—Jazmyn Edwards! Our deepest thanks to ProSolar, the Virgin Islands Department of Labor, Center for Disaster Philanthropy,  GlobalGiving, Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, JBP Foundation, and more.

Read the full article here.