The Light of Dawnn

Above, the 2017 Light of Dawnn scholarship winners with Dawnn’s parents. On August 23, 2014, Boston lost a shining star. Dawnn Ashley Jaffier was tragically killed as a result of gun violence on her way to a neighborhood party. At the young age of 26, Dawnn was...

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An EPIC Celebration

Last week, the EPIC program participants came together for a Winter Celebration filled with face painting, cookie decorating, and snow globe building.

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A Year in Review: John Hancock & NTI

In celebration of the UN designated International Day for Persons with Disabilities on December 3rd, we are reflecting on a year of successful working relationships with NTI, the Leaders in Placing Americans with Disabilities back into the workplace.

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Embracing Differences: A Celebration of Diversity

The annual World Day for Cultural Diversity began in 2011, with the launch of UNESCO and the UN Alliance of Civilizations’ campaign: Do One Thing For Diversity and Inclusion. The day, and ongoing campaign, provides an opportunity to deepen our understanding of the...

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Employee Runner Profile- Victoria Lim

What motivates someone to train for the Boston Marathon during some of the coldest months of the year, take the first step off the starting line, conquer Heartbreak Hill, and cross the finish line? Thanks to John Hancock’s Employee Training Program (ETP), 150...

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An Interview with Patrick Makau

Over the past few months we had the opportunity to interview some of the members of our 2015 Boston Marathon John Hancock Elite Athlete Team. We’ll be sharing their stories here in the weeks leading up to the race.     Patrick Makau is a former world record...

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