New Futures supports youth on a pathway to well-paying, professionally satisfying jobs. Community college degrees (often the best, first step toward a career or subsequent degree) or vocational certifications are the keys. In the current environment, its under-resourced young people are navigating lost jobs and wages (a Scholar Emergency Fund helps with basic needs) and experiencing the challenging transition to distance learning. Signature workshops and events on teamwork, time-management, and communications; networking opportunities to prepare students for careers in in-demand industries like healthcare and information technology; advising to help them stay on track – all moved to virtual delivery. Onboarding workshops and convenings for the fall cohort have been re-envisioned for safety and effectiveness. Let's ensure that under-resourced young people can earn the credentials, build the networks, and launch the careers that will secure and protect their livelihoods well into the future.