What is The Possible Project?

The Possible Project is an afterschool program that uses entrepreneurship as a framework to close the skills and opportunities gap facing young people with untapped potential.

We guide students through a dynamic curriculum, including hands-on work experience and individualized career planning, to develop the personal qualities that predict future professional success.

In short, we believe anything is possible!

What We Do

We help our students develop the personal and professional skills necessary for lifelong success.

Problem and Solution

We provide the space, resources, and support students need to succeed in high school—and beyond.

Our Impact

The Possible Project changes lives. Read what our students have to say.

Review of our Community Open House and Winter Student Marketplace

We welcomed members of the community to an open house to showcase the new space that will serve as the hub for our work in Boston over the coming years. Guests had the opportunity to learn more about The Possible Project’s programmatic components through activities and games that detailed the curriculum of our entrepreneurship work with students, the job-readiness skills students develop through our social enterprises, and the post-secondary planning we support students in pursuing through our pathways work. They also had the opportunity to interact with the architects who are designing the space and to get creative with our friends from Artists for Humanity.

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The Possible Project featured in TripAdvisor's Trip Gives campaign video.

The Possible Project was excited to host our partners at TripAdvisor at a recent Student Marketplace and to be featured as a part of their Trip Gives campaign. Many thanks for this great video featuring the student entrepreneurs working with our organization.  

Learn about our Pathways to Purpose event discussing entrepreneurship in student learning

January 6th, 2020

We welcomed 80 guests, plus speakers, panelists, and staff, to our Pathways to Purpose event in November 2019. After an hour of networking and current students leading guests through two activities (cup stacking and marshmallow challenges, which students conveyed are part of our curriculum to teach and practice skills in communication, design, and teamwork), we moved into the event space…

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