Who We Are



Boston Properties (BXP) is one of the largest publicly-held developers and owners of Class A office properties in the US, and has been active in the Cambridge community since the late 1970’s, when Boston Properties was designated the master developer of the Kendall Center redevelopment project (then known as Cambridge Center). Since that time, BXP has developed more than two million square feet of office, hotel, and residential properties and is committed to enhancing the vibrancy and vitality of the broader Kendall Square community.

The Cambridge Redevelopment Authority is committed to implementing imaginative, creative initiatives to achieve social equity and a balanced economic ecosystem. The CRA championed The Link to advance the economic development goals of Kendall Square Urban Redevelopment Project and to expand access to the innovation economy of Kendall Square by strengthening connections between underrepresented talent and employers in technology related fields.

The Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) is a partner to The Link providing experience in co-working spaces in Kendall Square and will serve as a connection point between The Link and the CIC innovation community. The CIC began in Kendall Square in 1999 and is now a home to more than 1,800 client companies across six different locations in Boston, Cambridge, Miami, Philadelphia, St. Louis, and Rotterdam (NL).

TSNE MissionWorks, the developers of The NonProfit Center in Boston, operates The Link and provides experience and consulting in nonprofit workspace management. Its office and event space operations and property management services offer access to affordable, well maintained, and professionally managed facilities in Greater Boston that help nonprofits learn, work, and collaborate together.

Per Scholas is a national nonprofit that drives positive and proven social change in communities across the country. Through rigorous and tuition-free technology training and professional development, we prepare motivated and curious adults who are unemployed or underemployed for successful careers as technology professionals, and we create onramps to businesses in need of their talents. Today we provide our solutions in eight cities across the country: Atlanta, GA; Greater Boston, MA; Greater Cincinnati, OH; Columbus, OH; Dallas, TX; the National Capital Region; Newark, NJ and New York, NY. To date, Per Scholas has trained 9,000 individuals, helping them build lasting, life changing skills and careers in technology.

CDA Collaborative Learning Projects (CDA) is an international non-profit organization headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts. CDA improves the effectiveness of peacebuilding, development, humanitarian organizations and corporations working in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.

Through its unique collaborative learning approach, CDA combines rigorous analysis and evidence-based methodologies to produce useful tools and guidance for practitioners and policymakers alike. In strengthening the work of its partners, CDA contributes to positive, systematic, and lasting change for people and communities, while also influencing policy and practice across the sectors in which it works.

The Cambridge Nonprofit Coalition advances equity and justice in the community by strengthening the Cambridge nonprofit sector, building collective voice, and promoting collaboration.

The mission of the Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color is to connect, inspire, support and strengthen school leaders dedicated to the social, emotional and academic development of boys and young men of color. 

The A-T Children’s Project is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that raises funds to support and coordinate biomedical research projects, scientific conferences and a clinical center aimed at finding life-improving therapies and a cure for ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T). A-T is a rare, genetic disease that attacks children, causing progressive loss of muscle control, cancer, and immune system problems.

MassBioEd's mission is to build a sustainable life sciences workforce in the region through educational programs that engage and excite teachers, inspire and propel students, and illuminate the pathway from the classroom to careers.

The mission of the Green Soul Foundation is to reconnect disadvantaged populations with economic opportunity by removing barriers and providing workforce development.

The Link at Kendall Square, 255 Main Street, 8th Floor, Cambridge, Mass. 02142

617.945.2562

info@link-kendall.org

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