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Tracks Job Training

We’re charting paths and diversifying the communications industry.

Starting in our home base of San Diego, we aim to open career pathways for underrepresented professionals by partnering with organizations to offer paid job training to the communities that they serve. Through these nonprofit partnerships, we hope to expand a qualified candidate pool of folks looking for careers in communications.

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of most public relations professionals are white – compared to Black (8.3%), Latinx (5.7%) and Asian (2.6%)


The public relations industry is homogenous.

The communications industry has made little progress in welcoming new voices representing LGBTQIA+, immigrants, socioeconomic backgrounds, ages, abilities, races and others.

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Youth Will
With our Tracks Job Training, we don’t just talk about the industry’s homogeneity – we take action.

We’ve partnered with organizations like All About Girls of Color, United Women of East Africa, San Diego Housing Commission and San Diego Youth Will.


on the dollar is what immigrants and refugee workers make compared to US-born workers (often in service-industries), according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics


of organizations with diverse and inclusive teams exceed their financial targets


Are you with an organization interested in partnering with the Tracks Job Training program?

Contact us here