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2018 Bay Area Breaking Through Ceremony

Nearly 130 rising high school seniors from San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose, have begun their internships at local Bay Area companies. These Genesys Works program participants capped their eight-week skills training with the Breaking Through Ceremony, a milestone event for young professionals continuing their transformational journey with a year-long, paid corporate internship.


Event Recap: Bank of America Celebration

This year, Genesys Works is honored to receive Bank of America’s sixth-ever Neighborhood Builder’s grant in the Twin Cities. Each year, the grant is awarded to one local nonprofit who is doing an exceptional job of addressing issues of economic mobility in our community.


Event Recap: 2018 MSP Hatfield & McCoys

Genesys Works Twin Cities hosted its seventh year of MSP Hatfield & McCoys on Monday, October 15th. Attended by the Twin Cities’ IT vendor community, it was our most successful year yet. This year, the event was hosted at Surly Brewing Company for the first time, bringing in more attendees than any year prior.


Event Recap: Genesys Works Career Fair

Genesys Works Twin Cities successfully hosted its inaugural Career Fair on Friday, October 12th. More than 30 Genesys Works young professionals in college arraived at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, prepared with resumes and wearing their professional best. Students had the opportunity to network with representatives from seven of our corporate partners – including Ameriprise Financial, Andersen Corporation, ThreeBridge’s Boom Lab, Cargill, Land O’Lakes, Optum, and Target – to eventually earn an internship or full-time position.


Local High School Students Celebrate Internship Placements with Top D.C.-area Companies

The Genesys Works National Capital Region hosted its third annual Breaking Through Ceremony to commemorate high school seniors who were recently awarded professional internships at top Washington, D.C.-area companies. During the event, Genesys Works – a workforce development nonprofit – recognized AT&T* and Fairfax County Public Schools with Community Partner of the Year awards, and honored Earl Epps, of Logistics Management Institute (LMI), as Supervisor of the Year.