Modified: May 10, 2016 1:02pm
The mission of the Say Yes Buffalo partnership is to strengthen the WNY economy by investing in the education of Buffalo’s future workforce. The primary goals of the partnership are to convene the schools, parents, teachers, administrators, governments, higher education, community based organizations, businesses and foundations to increase high school and postsecondary completion rates.
Our vision is that every student can graduate high school and college when given the proper supports, resources, and opportunities.
Students: Interns Needed
- Sign up online for the Say Yes Buffalo Internship Program TODAY!
- Who is eligible - Say Yes Buffalo scholars who have completed an Associate’s Degree or will be entering their junior or senior year of college in Fall 2016
- What you get - Paid internship in your field and the opportunity to network with professionals who can connect you with a job when you graduate
- How to apply - Apply online at SayYesBuffalo.org/intern
Employers: Provide an Internship
- Say Yes Buffalo and the Buffalo Niagara Partnership are working together to create a pipeline of talent from our local colleges to Western New York employers.
- We invite local businesses and nonprofit organizations to join us by providing meaningful, paid summer internships for our qualified student candidates. To learn more, visit SayYesBuffalo.org, or contact Emily Wyckoff at email@example.com or (716) 247-5310 x207.
Students: Want a mentor
- Who is eligible: Buffalo public high school seniors who are eligible for Say Yes Buffalo and attending a local college
- What you get: Matched with a professional who has similar interests, and has gone through the college process, and will help you find your way
- How to apply: Apply online at SayYesBuffalo.org, or call 716-247-5310 ext. 215.
Employers: Be a mentor
- The Say Yes Buffalo Scholar Mentoring Program, in partnership with Compeer of Greater Buffalo, matches Buffalo public high school seniors who plan to attend a Western New York college with a mentor to help guide them through the transition from high school through their first year of college.
- To learn more, visit SayYesBuffalo.org, or contact Daniel Robertson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 247-5310 x215.