The Generation Success Challenge
We believe all young people have the right to pursue their spark and chart their own course. That’s why at the Boston Opportunity Agenda, we’re asking Boston’s caring adults in schools, afterschool programs, businesses, government and neighborhoods to think boldly about how we might help young people prepare for the universe of opportunities in our city and region.

The Boston Opportunity Agenda is investing a total of $30,000 into collaborative groups consisting of small or medium-sized business, and/or non-profit and school building or district. This grant announcement is formally called: The Generation Success Challenge.

To participate in The Challenge, please submit an idea or inspiration for consideration below. Follow the design criteria questions to guide your submission.

We'll answer questions about the Challenge during an open call on November 18 at 9 am ET. RSVP link is here:
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Does the experience prepare Boston’s high school students for careers for which there are openings in the city and region?
Clear selection
Does it focus on one particular industry or is a hybrid experience with overlapping industries and activities?
Clear selection
Is it fresh? Does it spur creativity for our students? Does it provide collaborative or out-of-the-box learning and training opportunities?
Clear selection
Does it answer the call to reimagine student development during the pandemic?
Clear selection
Does it make learning more equitable and inclusive for Black and brown communities? Does it take into account remote learning gaps or challenges given the pandemic?
Clear selection
Please include a paragraph describing your idea or inspiration for a program that may help Boston's young people prepare for college, career and life after high school.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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