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A local kitchen incubator helps chefs become restaurateurs with the help of JPMorgan Chase.
Lend A Hand India is one of 700 global partners in JPMorgan Chase's jobs and skills initiative, which recently made a $25 million commitment with the World Bank to develop job and skills training in India.
JPMorgan Chase brings the full force of the company to Nashville. Why it matters now more than ever.
As the old Army slogan promises, the military is a place where many people go to be all that they can be. But what happens when they leave the military, and need to take that ambition into the private sector?
Brad Bowlin, Executive Director and Banker Team lead for J.P. Morgan Private Bank shares his transition from the Navy to the Financial industry.
How a Navy veteran gave Nashville its newest basketball team.
For over 40 years, Second Harvest Food Bank has distributed food to some of Nashville's neediest citizens.
How this JPMorgan Chase Software Engineer found his knack for giving back through the Force for Good program.
After a troubled childhood, Jimmie Williams struggled to enter the workforce. But with the help of JPMorgan Chase, he started his own business and gained a new lease on life.
JPMorgan Chase’s New Skills at Work initiative is targeting the future of work with a new $350M investment.
Force for Good has teamed up with Sa-Ni-Sa to create opportunities for women in rural areas of India.
Crops have never been more abundant, thanks to a decade of technological advances in agriculture. But with global population growth and climate change, how secure is this supply?
In partnership with local organizations, JPMorgan Chase will host area small businesses in the Chase Center.
In the face of rising rents citywide, JPMorgan Chase partners to help build a stronger Bay Area for everyone.
The head of the West Region for Global Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase discusses solving the Bay Area’s most pressing economic issues.
Business owners for 20 years, Alvin and Calvin Waters celebrate the boldness of black entrepreneurship.
With support from JPMorgan Chase and Jewish Vocational Service (JVS), Nuria Reyes received the training she needed to secure a job and provide for herself and her daughter.
Thirty rising Black tech entrepreneurs joined JPMorgan Chase bankers on a five-day startup boot camp on a bus.
A Dallas-Fort Worth re-skilling center gets to kick its filing cabinets to the curb and store documents in the cloud, a move that impacts hundreds of people and their families.
JPMorgan Chase's Gerald Owusu is a proud graduate of The Fellowship Initiative and is now making an impact both inside and outside of work.
In partnership with Money Study, JPMorgan Chase’s Force for Good program is working to help Bay Area students pay for college.
JPMorgan Chase and Wacif ensured that family-owned Po Boy Jim was able to open and deliver uniquely crafted food to eager D.C. residents
Head of Advancing Black Pathways Sekou Kaalund on what it means to be a father today.
JPMorgan Chase and Essence sat down with two financial experts to discuss financial goals, lessons learned and tips for black women who are ready to save.
The Ebola epidemic convinced Save the Children that responders to outbreaks need access to the same, most up-to-date information.
September Hargrove, JPMorgan Chase’s Detroit Program Officer, is using her own experience as inspiration to transform the lives of Detroit residents.
With a helping hand from JPMorgan Chase and Ascend 2020, Nubian Hueman is bringing underrepresented artists to the foreground.
JPMorgan Chase is teaming up with HBCUs to create opportunity for black students interested in technology.
A new documentary puts the focus on black women and their unique journeys to entrepreneurship.
JPMorgan Chase and Essence are teaming up to help black women overcome financial hurdles.
JPMorgan Chase’s New Skills at Work initiative is targeting the future of work with a new $350M investment.
JPMorgan Chase and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research explore how automation is impacting employment for women of color.
Aubrey W. Lee’s legacy has laid the groundwork for JPMorgan Chase initiatives that seek to equalize opportunity in the workplace.
Using Motor City’s Three-year philanthropic investment expands firm’s commitment to the Bay Area following opening of Chase Center Economic Opportunity Around the World
JPMorgan Chase recently expanded its AdvancingCities initiative to Greater Paris.
Diversity is essential for growth, and companies need to strive towards driving an inclusive environment that respects different cultures and encourages employees.
The strides in gender diversification may not be as sweeping as we think.
One J.P. Morgan employee is focused on breaking the cycle of poverty in her hometown outside of Paris.
Gender parity is impossible to achieve without scalable efforts that ensure strides are being made towards equality in the workplace.
Lorraine Chow Hansen, Chief Marketing Officer for Chase’s Consumer Bank, has found success by following her passions down an unconventional path.
Sam Saperstein, Head of Women on the Move at JPMorgan Chase, shares her advice on how women can better prepare themselves for a successful career.
Sponsorship and support can help black women overcome biases and achieve economic success.
JPMorgan Chase is committed to supporting service members, veterans and their families as they transition to post-military life.
JPMorgan Chase partners with Russell Wilson and Ciara’s Why Not You Foundation to educate and inspire Seattle youth through the King County Library System.
JPMorgan Chase’s state-of-the-art Plano campus is designed to foster a creative, inclusive work environment that values employees’ personal and professional well-being.
JPMorgan Chase’s Entrepreneurs of Color Fund is providing necessary capital to fuel more than 300 U.S. black- and Latinx-owned businesses.
JPMorgan Chase’s Military Pathways Development Program provides veterans with the necessary experiences, training, and mentorship to succeed after service.
JPMorgan Chase has expanded its funding for Bunker Labs in its effort to support veteran entrepreneurs.
Mike Brown, co-chair of the Black Leadership Forum at JPMorgan Chase, shares how his father’s legacy shaped his life as a person of color.
Mary Kay Ash started her company in 1963 as a way to give other women the opportunities she had been denied throughout her career.
Patty Rodriguez’s tragic past helped her build a promising future as a San Francisco business owner.
When JPMorgan Chase’s Doug Krinsky started building relationships in D.C., he never thought he would uncover a story that would bring him to tears.
Megan Snider's and Regan Bohnert's working relationship at JPMorgan Chase started more than a decade ago and their closeness has paid off.
South Bronx native Yosara Trujillo was about to take the bar exam when she made a decision that shocked her community.
Hindsight is 20/20, and challenges faced by today’s business leaders can often have vintage solutions.
In honor of Black History Month, our employees, clients and partners share how they plan to pave the way for the next generation of leaders.
Having a diverse talent pool is the best way to foster new ways of thinking.
Two JPMorgan Chase technology leaders discuss bias and the role leadership must play to address it in the workplace.
We asked four JPMorgan Chase technologists about the gender gap. Here's what they had to say..
In response to the government shutdown, the below note was sent to JPMorgan Chase employees from JPMorgan Chase Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon.
Apprenticeship programs encompass more than just prep for a skilled trade job.
Why You Should Care: Because advanced technology is enabling more and more individuals to find their dream jobs
How a strategic model for market expansion is driving inclusive economic growth.
Business leaders reveal the opportunities and challenges that are top of mind as they prepare for the year ahead.
Men have the opportunity to be stronger allies for women by not only supporting gender equality, but publicly and consistently advocating for it.
Growing, growing and still not gone.
While entrepreneurs thrive on being independent, having networks of people who they can turn to for support ensures that they’re never alone.
Leonora Miller faced adversity growing up, but she wouldn’t change it. Here’s why.
Not all mentorships are created equal. Here’s how you can identify the type that’s best for you plus tips on getting started.
Conversations about gender equality may be uncomfortable but transparency is essential to creating change across an organization.
Senior Engineer Constantin Gonciulea on building the case and culture for quantum computing.
JPMorgan Chase’s Shameika McAllister knows that perseverance gets you to the finish line.
It takes a village to support creative entrepreneurs. JPMorgan Chase and The Idea Village are supporting small business growth, one week at a time.
Private institutions are bringing together capital, tech and philanthropy to create economic opportunity for women.
Untraditional tech hubs are growing as entrepreneurial ecosystems and building pathways for successful career developments in tech.
When military members return home, they should have an actual place to call home.
Combat skills can be invaluable for a successful career.
All of us can use whatever power and influence we have to lift others up.
JPMorgan Chase is betting on the City of Brotherly Love.
One year in, half of the company’s commitment is deployed, is it making a difference?
Interested in applying? Read this first.
Tech at JPMorgan Chase is getting smarter and faster at an unparalleled scale.
She is the first African American Woman to serve on the board.
Empowering words from the women who are redefining the banking industry.
JPMorgan Chase invests $11 billion per year on technology. Here’s why.
In search of real world experience, student seek out a colleges that emphasize experiential learning.
Executive Sam Saperstein will lead the global initiative to advance women everywhere.
Given the opportunity, individuals with autism can be exceptional employees and contributors.
Chase's Consumer Banking CEO is among the 16 strong black women who inspired James' first shoe for women.
You can’t always anticipate a disaster, but having a plan can keep yourself, your company, and your employees safe.
When disaster strikes, it’s important that nonprofits focus on both immediate relief efforts and long-term community rebuilding.
Now, Filippo Pettazi's former customers are his coworkers.
Detroit is looking up. Now, we’re launching a new initiative to increase opportunity in more cities.
Aerospace engineer and Chase tech ambassador Diana Trujillo talks about building resilience and the future of STEM.
A stint in the firm's Service Corps inspired Joe O'Brien to dedicate himself to helping firefighters and first responders.
The Blockchain revolution has arrived. Let us decode the opportunities for business.
The 23x Grand Slam winner is speaking up about finances, entrepreneurship and trusting her instincts.
Jennifer Sham shares her experience as a J.P. Morgan intern in London last summer.
JPMorgan Chase and the LeBron James Family Foundation bring technology into LeBron's brand new public school in Akron.
Orlander Johnson took the leap with help from JPMorgan Chase.
Your unique skills could help a nonprofit fulfill its mission.
Could free education targeting in-demand skills be the key to a successful future workforce?
For business owners on the grind these urban hot spots are a hit.
A JPMorgan Chase intern-turned-full-time employee shares tips for owning a seat at the table.
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.
5 miles. 90 minutes. Too far. New effort aims to transform the small business community.
JPMorgan Chase employees share memories of triumphs, mishaps and more.
To fight ALS you need a support network at home and work to back you every step of the way.
Ex-prisoner of war and CEO Robert Jones on his mission connect veterans and others with jobs.
Diverse leaders share advice they wish they could tell their younger selves.
Jean Thompson revives Seattle Chocolate to benefit the company and the community.
JPMorgan Chase partners with digitalundivided to report on the barriers black women face in tech.
The curated collection carries on the JPMorgan Chase tradition of art at work.
For Global Philanthropy's Colleen Briggs, finding her purpose led to a fulfilling career.
Head of Leadership Development, Inger Buus and her team are responsible for training more than 40,000 managers.
All companies can benefit from including diversity at the top.
Big businesses and small businesses can learn from each other.
Sometimes a challenge can present an opportunity.
Because a career in tech has many rewards.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May tapped JPMorgan Chase’s Carol Lake to join the Race Disparity Audit Advisory group.
In 2001, Rowena Zimmers founded ALE Solutions in the basement of her home. Today, it's a vibrant 400-employee operation that helps families.
There’s power in knowing.
Because diversity of thought is just as important as finding the right skills.
Collaboration: the key to expanding economic opportunity in our nation’s capital.
Going green can be good for business.
Small businesses are the lifeblood of their communities.
Change happens quickly. So should communication.
In areas like the Seychelles, innovative partnerships are helping vulnerable ecosystems not just survive but thrive.
How one New Orleans workforce nonprofit is leveling the playing field.
Four steps to take on the path to being a leader.
The Autism at Work program is succeeding and expanding.
Despite technology changing rapidly, emotional intelligence remains a top skill in the workplace.
Succeeding in the 21st century economy requires programs that focus on college and career.
Female entrepreneurs of color have often been overlooked, see how JPMorgan Chase is striving to change that.
There is something we all can do to level the playing field.
Jennifer Piepszak, Chase Card Services CEO, shares the keys to her success: intellectual curiosity, grit and the courage to take smart risks.
A new survey of over 2,600 American business leaders suggest we might be in for a sunny financial future.
What if AI isn't taking your job but doing the drudge work so you can work on the stuff you enjoy?
We provide training, informal buddies, and mentors to people on the spectrum for everything from career advice to lunch mates.
TED and Adam Grant feature JPMorgan Chase in new WorkLife podcast.
How one group is using robotics training to help underserved communities.
These women did it their way-and found success.
Here's your roadmap to helping women achieve their fullest potential.
Parenting can be stressful, through mentorship and support we’re helping to ease the burden.
How Technology for Social Good inspires change, fosters inclusion and makes a difference in communities.
Workforces are being trained to land the jobs of tomorrow, we explore how veterans can use their military leadership skills to excel at JPMorgan Chase.
Learning to value the risks and opportunities in your life.
The most talented person in the room might have a disability.
Your next professional opportunity could come from anywhere, are you ready for it?
There’s a new wave of high-paying jobs in skilled-service industries like information technology, health care and finance.
Diverse teams and thoughts drive innovation and help us deliver better solutions for our customers and clients. Learn how we are advancing talent within the black community.
The Financial Solutions Lab is enabling more technology powered solutions to reach those who need it most.
Learn how innovative technologies are financially empowering underserved populations.
The Entrepreneurs of Color Fund is providing business owners with the financing and technical assistance they need to succeed.
As employers and employees face an ever-changing job market, can nonlinear careers become a new normal?
How one "Prolific Inventor" put her creativity to work at JPMorgan Chase.
JPMorgan Chase board member James A. Bell was recently named to Black Enterprise magazine’s 2017 Registry of African American Corporate Board Directors.
See how we help get students up to speed on the fast changing job landscape through Smarter Faster Revolution.
Vernā Myers shares insights with JPMorgan Chase employees during our Women on the Move Leadership Day.
Jenn Hyman, CEO and Co-Founder, Rent the Runway shares insights with JPMorgan Chase employees during our Women on the Move Leadership Day.
Lisa McCarthy, CEO, Fast Forward Group shares insights with JPMorgan Chase employees during our Women on the Move Leadership Day.
Massive corporations are wielding their enormous power for good.
Meet a young man who made his dream of going to college a reality-with a little help.
Will a $50 million elevated park unite Capitol Hill and Anacostia?
Encouraging employees to give back with their skills is an engaging and impactful way to serve communities.
How we help students learn to navigate the changing job landscape from industry leaders through Smarter Faster Revolution.
Making the transition from uniform to corporate life can be a challenge, this mentorship program aims to help.
Charlotte Eyerman loves the dialogue art sparks and is looking forward to bringing over 20 years of experience to the collection.
It isn’t just a job—it’s where work and values connect.
Two women reflect on their military experiences and how one chapter of your life can shape the next.
One Veteran's journey from the battlefields to the boardroom.
See the extraordinary works of art created by veterans featured in the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection.
How to raise up a neighborhood through job training, small business programs and infrastructure.
A halloween treat from the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection.
Olu Ogbe was in the wrong place at the wrong time. But supportive colleagues made his journey easier.
Why you should care: When employees feel comfortable at work, they’re more likely to want to go in.
Senior belt-tightening could mean a tighter economy for all.
How America's smaller cities are becoming foodie destinations.
How Hispanics help fuel American society on a daily basis.
A brief tour through the ideas and inventions that brought us our smart buildings of today.
Achieve your goals today.
These cities are on track to out-innovate Silicon Valley. Here's how we're helping them up their game.
How our 40,000 technologists around the world partner with nonprofits to give back.
When they work with appropriately-skilled mentors, startups take on more ambitious goals and increase their likelihood of succeeding.
When Ilan Ganot learned his son was ill, he did what any parent would do: he grieved, he got angry. But then, he took action.
Neetu Jhamb keeps coming back to J.P. Morgan.
JPMorgan Chase Global Technology Innovation Week: where technology meets big ideas.
4,500 branches installing new energy management systems.
A Q&A Session with The Fellowship Initiative Los Angeles
Moving Past Tragedy and Toward Hope.
A Young Man Builds a New Support Network to Succeed.
Expert Insights from a JPMorgan Chase Mentor to the Financial Solutions Lab.
JPMorgan Chase JPMorgan Chase Service Corps program uses employee expertise to support local efforts to create jobs and invest in the community.
While every city is unique in its own way and requires tailored solutions, Detroit’s comeback is a model for other cities to follow.
In Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood, a wave of development is bringing new life to the community and spurring the city’s rebirth.
An innovative community program meets local cultural and economic needs.
Following in Germany's footsteps could lead the U.S. to a stronger workforce.
Diverse teams and thoughts drive innovation and help us deliver better solutions for our customers and clients. Learn how we are advancing talent within the black community.
How students are learning the skills they’ll need to fill the biggest hole in the American job market.
Employees across the company participated in the 20 pushups challenge in support of our commitment in hiring and retaining veterans.
The JPMorgan Chase Art Collection returns for a 6th photo exhibition at the Grand Palais.
Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon shares basic principles that will carry you a long way in career and life.
With nearly 150 years in Paris, J.P. Morgan stands as one of the longest operating American banks in the country.
J.P. Morgan presents fourth annual Robin Hood Investors Conference in New York City.
Tom Choi uses skills from his day job to help nonprofits thrive and he is one among the thousands of our employees giving back to the community.
Our employees have volunteered to create solutions for the LeBron James Family Foundation to provide underserved students what they need to succeed.
See how Jeremy Johnston turned years of tech success in the Air Force into a growing career at JPMorgan Chase.
Diversity and inclusion is the key to building a resilient culture that helps companies and communities thrive.
The role of people with disabilities in the workforce is evolving, see how we are embracing and leading this trend.
Incubators and accelerators help start-ups and small businesses through their tumultuous first months and years. In New Orleans, they helped rebuild a city.
Employees at our New York headquarters recently heard from Natalie Reynolds, published negotiation expert, and a panel of our own senior leaders, who shared their expertise on something women often dread – making a deal.
What Motor City’s Turnaround Can Teach Us about Creating Opportunity.
Helping vulnerable cities survive natural disasters and thrive by mapping unmapped territories in developing countries.
Korean-American award-winning chef, television personality and best-selling author shares his story.
We help cities like Detroit, New Orleans and Seattle thrive.
Small-business startups can now turn to nonprofits backed by major banks, and no sector promises to turn that help into GDP growth faster than Latino-owned businesses.
For Women's Equality Day, see the photo project that highlights non-traditional jobs filled by women.
Over 2,000 children across 22 global locations participated in this year’s program, which leveraged ~6,800 volunteer hours.
Aligning employee expertise with specific needs of nonprofits through our Virtual Service Corps program.
Return the Serve: A $100,000 grant that allows 20,000 kids participate in tennis programs throughout the year.
A conversation with three leaders working to guide America’s inner cities to well-paying jobs and set them on pathways to growth.
As early as the late 19th century, our firm’s predecessors and partners participated in loans for the Italian government.
How the United Nation is working to overcome barriers towards LGBT equality worldwide and how the corporate sector can assist in advancing this goal.
Cathy Russell, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues, spoke about her mission to advance women’s political and economic participation during a visit to our New York headquarters.
More female employment would boost the economy, 50 women leaders join us for a discussion on how to achieve gender equality in the workplace.
Exhibit in honor of PRIDE month showcases artworks by LGBT artists in our corporate collection.
A recent event at our New York headquarters focused on improving women’s access to well-paying, middle-skill jobs that are traditionally occupied by men.
Employees across the country march to honor fallen military.
Presenting arts of Asia from our corporate art collection to celebrate Asian cultural diversity and inclusion.
Encouraging young people to think about their career prospects while building out professional networks.
Addressing the unique challenges facing disadvantaged neighborhoods in U.S. cities.
Finding the Right Solution, One Community at a Time.
There's a solution to the equal-pay problem: getting female workers into well-paying jobs in construction and engineering. All it takes is the right kind of training.
Building on our $100 million commitment to help rebuild Detroit, JPMorgan Chase has committed not just support, but the knowledge of our firm and our employees in improving the city for the people who call it home.
Employees may use their expertise to support the community via on-site and virtual skills-based volunteering programs.
By supporting minority entrepreneurs who can’t get traditional funding, nonprofit community-development funds are transforming "micro businesses" into engines of economic growth.
Detroit's ongoing renewal offers an ideal opportunity to enact modern urban planning practices, via both physical construction projects as well as the innovative relationships behind the scenes that bring plans to fruition.
We are putting the expertise of JPMorgan Chase employees to work in Detroit.
Around the world, momentum is building to expand employment and education pathways for millions of low-income youth who lack access to education, training and employment opportunities.
Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake joined Cycle for Survival on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell, signaling the start of the day’s trading.
In honor of Black History Month, the Art Program presents an exhibit from the corporate collection that features artists with a common cultural identity.
The Black Organization for Leadership Development (BOLD) Group Shines During Black History Month.
A local program connects business leaders and educators with students to help develop essential career skills.
Young people need pathways to high-quality training and skills to compete for jobs.
by: Freeman Hrabowski and Jamie Dimon
How the Sundance Film Festival is supporting the next generation of filmmakers.
New arena to include offices, restaurants, stores and open space to form heart of Mission Bay.
In 2016, JPMorgan Chase employees will participate in the 10th year of Cycle for Survival.
J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge brings communities together around the globe.
How will the economy react to rising rates? One of our lead economists weighs in.
New quarterly index provides insight into local market commerce.
Graduate technology program aims to boost talent pipeline and tackle profession’s long-standing gender imbalance.
Entrepreneurs of color help play a key role in the city’s recovery.
This year, our employees have pledged nearly $5 million in charitable donations through our Workplace Giving program.
Research shows that people who give are happier, more fulfilled, more empathetic, even more professionally successful.
This extra disposable income is fueling consumer spending on other, non-gas categories.
J.P. Morgan Presents Third Annual Robin Hood Investors Conference in New York City.
By sharing resources and knowledge, PRO Neighborhoods helps connect the dots.
On leadership, veterans and their impact in corporate America
How innovation and technology has lowered the barrier to entry like never before.
Ballet star Misty Copeland and five senior leaders share their insights on professional success.
Young men are inspired to follow bigger dreams through the Fellowship Initiative’s Outward Bound program.
24-hour coding challenges are staffed by hundreds of employee volunteers.
Establishing Denver's place in the world of technology, entrepreneurialism, innovation and ingenuity.
A success story in closing the skills gap through education, training and job placement.
Find out how the dollar, renminbi, kroner, peso and euro have been affected by recent economic shifts.
Chase for Businesses introduces our twenty $100,000 grant recipients for Mission Main Street Grants 2015
How one seafood company is supporting local industry and community through innovative distribution.
How an Indian Restaurant became a Chapel Hill Hub.
Wilbur’s of Maine is more than a neighborhood candy shop.
A small business born and bred in New York City is bringing innovative modern style to chefs.
As the dust cleared on the city’s default, the story on the ground, if not in the papers, began to change.
Providing 10 grants to local tennis organizations across America through our partnership with the USTA Foundation.
It may take a village to raise a child, but for some women at JPMorgan Chase, just one mentor was key to navigating new motherhood while going back to work.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. recently announced its New Skills at Work initiative, a five-year workforce readiness and demand-driven training initiative.
A new investment fund structured by JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
JPMorgan Chase and the Brookings Institution have launched the Exchange, a network of 20 pioneering metropolitan areas.
High-demand for middle-skill workers in the healthcare and manufacturing industries.
Low-income individuals in the United States face extraordinary financial challenges: 54 million people do not have credit scores.
Interview with Bruce Katz, Co-Director of the Global Cities Initiative, on the "metropolitan revolution."
A Conversation with Brookings' Bruce Katz on San Diego's metropolitan revolution.
We're making good on our commitment to Detroit.
A five year, $30 million initiative that supports small businesses.
The Fellowship Initiative expands to to Chicago and Los Angeles with a larger class of Fellows in New York City.
San Diego and London, unique centers for domestic and international trade.
Jamie Dimon started his day by speaking at the Columbus Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting.
Highlighting our ongoing work to build a more sustainable future for our clients, consumers and communities.
Providing funds to support military veterans and their families, focused in areas like employment, education and housing.
The Detroit Service Corps leverages the financial services skills of our employees to deliver high quality problem solving.
Benjamin Paladino learned valuable lessons about leadership and adversity as a Marine Corps infantryman in Afghanistan.
A conversation with Melody Barnes.