The mission of Boston Bridge is to provide opportunities for professional development, networking, career growth, and mentorship to its members.
The vision of Boston Bridge is to inspire and invigorate connected, passionate, and informed professionals to be a part of the transformation of an aging America.*
Boston Bridge is a growing group of emerging professionals in the field of aging who work or study in Greater Boston. Fields of study and interest include law, business, marketing, social work, expressive arts therapy, medicine, affordable housing, design, public health, nutrition, fundraising, and public policy. Meetings are held on a regular basis to learn how these fields intersect with older adults. During these meetings, established professionals share their expertise and networking opportunities promote professional growth and career prospects.
How to Get Involved
Membership in Boston Bridge is free and open to any emerging professional in, or interested in, the field of aging. Download a membership form and email to Elana Kieffer to join. The mentorship program is open, and optional, for any Boston Bridge member.
Members of Boston Bridge can become involved in program development, membership recruitment, website blogs, writing for a future newsletter, or can simply attend meetings for professional development and to network with peers.
*Borrowed heavily from Mission and Vision of Chicago Bridge.