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Connecting Philadelphia’s Youth to the Workforce

Dec 17, 2013

The Philadelphia Youth Network partners with Bank of America on the WorkReady Philadelphia summer employment program and hosts five Student Leaders…  learn More about Connecting Philadelphia’s Youth to the Workforce

The Baltimore Sun

Putting Employers In The Driver's Seat For Job Training

Dec 29, 2013

IN THE NEWS (The Baltimore Sun): Even as the manufacturing industry sheds jobs overall, a number of firms in Maryland want to hire — and aren't having an easy time of it. That's what the Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership heard when the nonprofit talked to 40 employers this year…  learn More about Putting Employers In The Driver's Seat For Job Training

A woman and student working on a computer at the Charles R. Drew Charter School

A Community-Led Renewal in Atlanta

Dec 27, 2013

Bank of America and the East Lake Foundation work together to provide teens with workforce training and placement within the Villages of East Lake…  learn More about A Community-Led Renewal in Atlanta

The New York Times

Another City By The Bay Comes Into Its Own

Dec 25, 2013

IN THE NEWS (The New York Times): Long considered San Francisco’s little brother — or maybe its punk cousin — Oakland has struggled with negative perceptions wrought by crime, protests and a mediocre football team…  learn More about Another City By The Bay Comes Into Its Own

The Washington Post

More Local Professionals Donate Business Expertise To Help Charities & The Arts

Dec 21, 2013

IN THE NEWS (The Washington Post): Xerox sales executive Michael Kim, 41, enjoyed volunteering for worthy causes but felt he could do more than stuff envelopes or attend galas. He wanted to put his Duke business degree and corporate experience to broader use…  learn More about More Local Professionals Donate Business Expertise To Help Charities & The Arts




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