Results Are In: Kellogg Business Students Vote to Support Josselyn
The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University ranks among the best graduate business programs in the country. Now the school’s student body is giving The Josselyn Center a major vote of support: After a vote by the student body, the school’s Kellogg Charity Ball has committed to give support to The Josselyn Center through a major gift estimated at $30,000.
The funds will go to our Pathways to Employment program, an Individualized Placement and Support Program, developed in partnership with Impact Behavioral Health, which gives our clients an effective, evidence-based approach to finding and keeping employment. The program, which includes multiple supports and continues for several months for each client, helps individuals who have severe mental illness return to the workforce, with the goal of getting and keeping a good job within the community. The program is evidence-based and non-exclusionary—people do not have to be in treatment in order to participate.
We thank Kellogg students for elevating our impact! Learn about The Kellogg Charity Ball’s work at https://kellogg.campusgroups.com/charityball/about.