The Opportunity Network Will Teach Career Skills at White House Summit on Beating the Odds
Students from The Opportunity Network will join First Lady Michelle Obama and leaders in college access and success to teach career skills to college-bound high school graduates at a Beating the Odds Summit at the White House on Thursday, July 23rd. Founder and CEO Jessica Pliska and her team will lead two dynamic workshop sessions at the Summit focusing on career development and securing internships. READ MORE.
2015 Night of Opportunity Gala
On Monday, April 13, 2015, The Opportunity Network honored:
Catherine Engelbert Narciso Rodriguez Robert F. Smith
Chief Executive Officer Owner/Designer Founder, Chairman and CEO
Deloitte LLP Narciso Rodriguez Vista Equity Partners
Be the Opportunity. Be the Network.
The Opportunity Network Shines in Times Square
Over 500,000 people go through Times Square daily…and now they can be part of the OppNet network!
Thanks to a generous opportunity from Neutron Media, OppNet has an ad running on a billboard in Times Square, introducing all those people to our mission every day. You can even see some of our outstanding Fellows and our biggest corporate supporters and funding partners up on the big screen! We always knew you were stars!
Watch the video above – and of course, check out the spectacular billboard yourself, now playing on 42nd Street!
Seventh Annual Night of Opportunity
On Monday, April 7, 2014, The Opportunity Network honored
Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, Sallie Krawcheck and DeMaurice Smith
at our Seventh Annual “Night of Opportunity” Gala
Jessica Pliska, Sallie Krawcheck, Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, DeMaurice Smith, Brian Weinstein and Jason Wright
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz Make Multiyear Commitment to The Opportunity Network
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz are partnering with The Opportunity Network to put high-achieving, low-income students on the road to the top colleges and successful careers. The actors’ multiyear charitable gift will enable The Opportunity Network to expand its programs and serve more students in need.