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    The Boston Globe has run a number of recent stories about standardized testing, from the release of 2014 MCAS scores to the adoption of the PARCC test in Boston. Check them out. Read More »

    From joining the Investment and Recruitment Committees to conducting intensive grantee leadership trainings and now spearheading the Boston Debate League's volunteer project, Nancy has made her first year at SVP Boston a memorable (and beneficial) one for our grantees and Partners alike. Read More »

    Get inspired by SVP grantee, Boston Debate League, and the students of Brighton High in this 3 minute video…you won’t be disappointed! Read More »

    Bottom Line’s College Success program will serve a record number of 500 first-year students this year and throughout their undergraduate career, providing essential guidance on everything from financial aid to housing to course selection. Read More »

    After four months of due diligence and getting to know some of the area's finest nonprofits, SVP Boston is pleased to announce our three newest Investees (though two of them are second-timers!). Read More »

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    SVP Network 2014 Conference

    October 16, 2014

    Hundreds of business, nonprofit and foundation leaders, board chairs, social entrepreneurs, and venture philanthropists come together every fall - all focused on making a greater impact – together. Audacious Philanthropy. Unleashing potential for a better world. Read More »