Partners & Sponsors
The success of the Pivot Program depends crucially on the support and engagement of our employer partners. These organizations are working with us to ensure that our Pivot Fellows develop the skills and knowledge they will need to find sustainable employment and to create opportunities for others.
If you are interested in learning more about the Pivot Program and would consider hiring one of our graduates into your organization, please contact us.
- Common Cause
- Council for Court Excellence
- District of Columbia Corrections Information Council
- The Emory Beacon of Light
- Fifth Tribe
- Good Projects
- Justice Policy Institute
- Mitchrich Communications
- Northern Real Estate Urban Ventures
- One Tent Health
- Prequel Restaurant Incubation
- Thrive DC
- Torti Gallas + Partners
- Unchained Media Collective
The Pivot Program is possible through support from our lead donors and partners:
DC Department of Employment Services
Created to develop “Jobs for People and People for Jobs,” the Department of Employment Services offers a series of workforce development programs so that all district residents, including those with significant employment challenges, can realize their employment potential. Services include career counseling, job coaching and support, classroom and on-the-job training, and access to employment opportunities.
Minority Business Development Association, U.S. Department of Commerce
MBDA is dedicated to fostering the growth of minority-owned enterprises and supports a range of innovative employments aimed at creating new opportunities for business owners and fostering a culture of entrepreneurship.
We also are grateful to these organizations for their support and donation of services-in-kind to the Pivot Program.
Our transportation partner, providing subsidized rides to our Fellows as just one of their many community engagement efforts.
One of the leading workforce development programs in the Washington, D.C., region, with a longstanding commitment to find everyone the employment opportunities they deserve.
Suited For Change
Empowers women to enter the workforce by providing them with suitable professional attire from head to toe.
Everfi uses technology to connect communities with the skills they need to succeed and is the provider of our financial literacy curriculum.