Introducing the Neighborhood Builders: Racial Equality Award
We’re recognizing individuals who’ve made extraordinary contributions to break down barriers and create economic opportunities for Black, Hispanic-Latino, Asian American, and Native American people nationwide.
A technical college with a human mission
For Augusta Tech, serving its community means connecting students and local businesses.
Career opportunities that are close to home
The job market, and the skills to succeed in it, changes constantly.
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Rising Tide Capital helps entrepreneurs grow and build businesses in New Jersey
Rising Tide Capital helps people work toward and achieve their business dreams, transforming their upward economic mobility and the lives of those around them.
Through impactful programs, Nashville Public library brings the gift of learning to residents
The Nashville Public Library aims to engage the community by inspiring reading, advancing learning and connecting residents through educational programs and access to resources.
BAYCAT in San Francisco helps connect young adults to job experiences through storytelling
BAYCAT provides storytelling opportunities through job development, internships and networking.
New Avenues for Youth helps at-risk teens in Portland overcome homelessness
Portland, OR–based nonprofit New Avenues for Youth has been helping marginalized homeless youth since 1997. Today, it is a growing part of the local community, and is focused on meeting basic needs for at-risk youth while also providing them with access to skills and resources to help them lead successful, healthy and productive lives.
Broward County Boys & Girls Clubs instill confidence in kids through character-building programs
There’s more than meets the eye to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County. What started as an after-school program in 1965, has become a multipronged approach to youth development focused on academic success, good character, citizenship and healthy lifestyles.
DREAM in East Harlem teaches life lessons through teamwork and academics
Twenty-seven years ago, an abandoned lot in New York City’s East Harlem neighborhood became the birthplace for DREAM, an organization that started as a little league baseball program in an underserved community.
Honoring traditions, Native American Connections brings healing and opportunity to Phoenix families
In the early 1970s, three men began a grassroots self-help organization for Native American men struggling with addiction and homelessness in Phoenix, Arizona.