Genesys Works receives $85,000 from the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry to expand multiple pathways to economic mobility for youth in low-income communities.
We sat down with Genesys Works Twin Cities 2019 alumna and former ThreeBridge intern and current Target intern Karen Vuong to see how her transition from high school to college is going and what she’s been up to.
Check out our 2019-2020 Making Internships Meaningful launch and see who the first supervisor and intern spotlights are. A meaningful internship can only happen when supervisors are devoted to their young professional’s experience and young professionals exemplify drive and commitment in their internship. Through this series, we want to capture how supervisors and interns are both Making Internships Meaningful.
As 2019 comes to a close, GWTC Executive Director Karen Marben reflects on some of this year’s most impactful highlights at Genesys Works Twin Cities. For Karen, 2019 is summarized by results that are Game Changers, supporters who exude Generosity, and her own Gratitude for the impact of the organization.
Fund for Shared Insight Feature: Feedback Leads to Supporting Students on Multiple Pathways to Economic Mobility
We sat down with Genesys Works Twin Cities 2015 alumnus and former Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota intern and current Genesys Works operations intern Alicia Lee to see what she’s up been up to since completing the high school program four years ago. Spoiler alert: she’s been up to a lot of good things. Check it out!