Engineering his success

Engineering his success

Yoseph Gebeyaw joined our class in the summer of 2017, shortly after moving to the United States from Ethiopia with his wife and kids. He owned a construction company in Ethiopia and wanted to continue that work as he settled into his new life here.

One of the first things Yoseph realized was that he needed to obtain industry certifications to work in construction. While he was part of job readiness class at Career Collaborative, he also simultaneously prepared for his first engineering exam, which he passed successfully.

Driving for success

Driving for success

Ralph Guerrier and his wife just bought a house. The purchase was possible thanks to the financial stability he’s achieved the last three years as a driver for the MBTA. It wasn’t always this way. When he was 27, Guerrier emigrated to the U.S. from Haiti with his father and his sister. With limited English-speaking skills and no familiarity with how to go about getting and securing a job in the United States, the transition was difficult.

PrismHR and Career Collaborative Partner to Help Low-Income Adults Connect with Employers

PrismHR and Career Collaborative Partner to Help Low-Income Adults Connect with Employers

At the PrismHR LIVE conference, PrismHR, the leading HR technology software powering payroll, benefits and HR for small and medium-sized businesses across the U.S., announced a new partnership with Career Collaborative, a Boston-based not-for-profit organization that coaches low-income adults in finding and keeping quality jobs that have benefits and career potential.