PARTNERING LOCALLY

Workforce Development & Education

More than $22 million in workforce development and education grants is helping over 1,000 nonprofits.*

Supporting economic self-sufficiency

Hard-working Americans know it often takes specialized training to keep up with the changing face of 21st-century jobs. If you want to succeed in today's economy, you need to be well equipped. These stories showcase people striving to improve themselves, and the organizations helping them acquire the skills that are in demand. We're proud to support them through lending, investing and volunteering, because education and employment are integral to the long-term stability of communities everywhere.

 

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Fostering opportunity with creativity in Boston

Jul 06, 2012

Although one of the wealthiest cities in the U.S., Boston deals with the same urban challenges as any other metropolitan area. In certain neighborhoods where families struggle financially and youth routinely confront the hazards of gangs and drugs, programs like Artists For Humanity stand as beacons of opportunity…  learn More about Fostering opportunity with creativity in Boston

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Inspiring the Next Generation of Medical Professionals in New Jersey

Jul 06, 2012

In Elizabeth, New Jersey, local teens face the negative externalities of any inner-city community – drugs, violence, teen pregnancy, and lack of positive role models and career opportunities. Yet, in the midst of these challenges, Trinitas Regional Medical Center (Trinitas) is bringing hope to these teens and inspiring the next generation of medical professionals…  learn More about Inspiring the Next Generation of Medical Professionals in New Jersey

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L.A.'s Chrysalis helps the homeless break through the job barrier

Jul 16, 2012

Skid Row, located in downtown Los Angeles, has long been synonymous with homelessness and poverty. It was to this community that John Dillon, 22 years old, arrived to work in the neighborhood to provide direct services to the homeless population…  learn More about L.A.'s Chrysalis helps the homeless break through the job barrier

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Transforming the lives of immigrant citizens

Jul 16, 2012

The Columbia Heights neighborhood of northwest Washington, D.C., is home to one of the most diverse populations in the city. Despite a recent influx of young professionals, the area has retained strong African American and Latino roots…  learn More about Transforming the lives of immigrant citizens

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Preparing Low-Income Youth for College and Career

Jul 16, 2012

In the United States, low-income students are more likely to drop out of high school and less likely to apply for and attend college. These students often lack the support and guidance to navigate the complexities of the college application and decision process, and the role models to showcase the benefits of higher education…  learn More about Preparing Low-Income Youth for College and Career




*As of 9/18/2012. Total funding amount includes National Partners.

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