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2018 Impact Awards

Corporate Partner Honorees Ola Bolton, Accenture George Campos, Sidley Austin Anthony Canzeroni, Deloitte Monica Carney, Urban Partnership Bank Kim Currier, Kirkland & Ellis Melissa Davis, Baker McKenzie Bob Dignan, AT&T Tim Freund, Kirkland & Ellis Justin Griffiths, GTCR John Hamstra, Revantage De Ann Hanson, Bryan Cave Chris Heinemann, Relativity …


2018 Think IT Young Professional Scholars Program

Genesys Works – Twin Cities invites you to apply for the Think IT Young Professional Scholarship! This college scholarship amounts to $8,000 over two years ($4,000 per year). Alumni must be enrolled in a four-year college or university and demonstrate financial need. The scholarship may be used for any cost of attendance at an eligible college or university, including but not l …


January 2018 Feature: Deluxe Corporation Foundation

Genesys Works – Twin Cities is thankful for our hundreds of donors and funding partners who help us achieve our mission! One such partner, Deluxe Corporation Foundation has provided annual grants to support GW programming for our students since 2012. The Deluxe Corporation Foundation focuses on long-term solutions that help people, businesses and communities thrive and grow. A …


Genesys Works Intern Sparks Medtronic Initiative

In August 2017, Class of 2018 Medtronic intern Kachi asked a simple, insightful question. He wanted to know whether or not there was a place to celebrate employees of the month at Medtronic. Fast forward, and his question has sparked a monthly celebration with investment from multiple levels of the company.


Fox 32 Chicago Highlights Genesys Works

Fox 32 Chicago highlights Genesys Works’ participation in the Everyone Can Code program on their morning news program. Executive Director of Genesys Works Chicago Liz Rafferty and Genesys Works alumnus Malik Palmer explain what coding is, why learning to code is important, and the benefits of participating in Genesys Works internships. Genesys Works is excited to have partnered with Apple and the City of Chicago to bring coding opportunities to Chicago’s nearly 500,000 students through a citywide expansion of Apple’s Everyone Can Code program.