The program is part of the Verizon Skill Forward Initiative and begins on May 18
The partnership provides free access to in-depth tech job training programs
These new team members will join the nonprofit organization's board.
Miami Dade College, Generation USA, and Verizon team up to offer Learn, Work, Earn Program for cloud computing and IT jobs
A coalition joins through MIT Solve competition to connect Hampton Roads community to free job training, resources, and careers with STIHL Inc. and IMS Gear
Partnership focuses on four rural areas to reach new segment of students ready for tech training
The partnership ensures 3,000 tech jobs for underrepresented job seekers by the beginning of 2022
Women's History Month begs the question, what does the future hold for women and work?
Bootcamp offers unemployed and underemployed technical, soft skills, and connections to sustainable employment
Funding to develop pilot programs and partnerships to combat racial and gender inequality in education, workforce
Black and Latinx communities, women, are among the largest communities impacted by job losses during the pandemic.
The non-profit prepares, guides, and supports people for life-changing, sustainable careers.
Verizon is investing over $44M in workforce development to significantly increase access to a free tech-focused career training program aimed at reskilling Americans. Partnering with nonprofit organization Generation will bring their online reskilling program to 26 cities by end of 2022. The initiative will build the foundation to reach the company's goal, through Citizen Verizon, of preparing 500,000 individuals for jobs of the future by 2030.