Through Advancing Black Pathways, JPMorgan Chase will work to improve educational opportunities and job readiness for black students. This includes hiring 4,000 black students at the firm in roles such as apprenticeships, internships and post-graduation roles over the next five years. We will expand partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities and other non-profit organizations to help provide career opportunities while supporting the professional development and financial health of black students.
Learn more about the educational and training initiatives happening through community action and JPMorgan Chase.
JPMorgan Chase is teaming up with HBCUs to create opportunity for black students interested in technology.
September Hargrove, JPMorgan Chase’s Detroit Program Officer, is using her own experience as inspiration to transform the lives of Detroit residents.
JPMorgan Chase partners with Arts on the Block apprentices to design and fabricate mosaics for three Chase branches in Washington, D.C.