Workforce development & education

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We're committed to connecting young adults and those that deserve second chances to the skills, resources, and experience needed to succeed through hiring and recruiting, as well as partnerships with nonprofits and local mayors. Through workforce development and education, we’re empowering youth, low- and moderate-income communities, and individuals that deserve a second chance.

We’ve shaped the way thousands of individuals are pursuing education and job opportunities. We continue to offer meaningful employment to individuals regardless of economic background, gender, race, criminal record or disability. And we have formed partnerships to make an impact on a wide range of communities around the globe.

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Expanding our support to City Year's South Africa program Young leaders at an event wearing red jackets
Increasing diversity in STEM: Where we are, where we're headed, and what we need to do girl working
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A Bank of America tech analyst spent a summer teaching Girls Who Code. This is what she learned Hanna Pedersen at Girls Who Code graduation
IN THE NEWS: Bank of America Hires 4,700 Employees From Low, Moderate-Income Areas Bloomberg We're adding to these communities with jobs, financial literacy and financial services. Dean Athanasia, President of Consumer and Small Business for Bank of America
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PODCAST: Year Up helps close the opportunity gap for Chicago youth through workforce training man and woman working
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Partnering with FREEAMERICA and New Profit to support the work of entrepreneurs impacted by the criminal justice system Teresa
Pathways program partners with nonprofits to fuel talent pipeline Ninive Nava
Helping Artists For Humanity foster opportunities through art, creativity and enterprise People pointing at screen
We’re partnering with Year Up® to help young adults reach their potential Ruth
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Supporting formerly incarcerated individuals operating mission-driven organizations John Legend and woman holding microphones
See how Student Leaders® builds pathways to success through summer jobs Student Leader Emily smiling with a student
Helping young people build confidence and make valuable connections through the Student Leaders® program student leader at event
Investing youth pathways to success: addressing the skills-gap Plepler smiling
Driving economic and social progress across EMEA people looking down at papers
Investing in economic empowerment to change Latin America for the better three kids wearing red jackets
Building strong communities through nonprofit support two community volunteers working