JPMorgan Chase’s New Skills at Work initiative, which has helped thousands of people obtain the skills they need to compete in today’s workforce, is targeting the future of work with a new $350M investment.
JPMorgan Chase has worked with more than 700 partners across 37 countries to help improve workforce systems.
Could free education targeting in-demand skills be the key to a successful future workforce?
In 22 cities across the country, JPMorgan Chase is connecting students with quality work experience.
For young people, a summer gig can lead to serious gains.
How students are learning the skills they’ll need to fill the biggest hole in the American job market.
A conversation with three leaders working to guide America’s inner cities to well-paying jobs and set them on pathways to growth.
There’s a solution to the equal-pay problem: getting female workers into well-paying jobs in construction and engineering.
How our $5.8MM support is impacting summer youth employment programs around the country.
Young people need pathways to high–quality training and skills to compete for jobs.
President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Freeman Hrabowski and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon address the issue.
Insights by Chairman of the Washington, D.C. Region and Head of Corporate Responsibility, Peter Scher.
Promoting economic vitality is one of our top priorities.
A Conversation with Melody Barnes, Aspen Forum for Community Solutions.
This animated video shows how New Skills at Work will help fill millions of jobs in key cities in the U.S. and around the world.
Global initiative aims to address skills and employment issues, and improve local economic opportunities in Europe.