Announcement

Genesys Works New York City Selects Founding Partner Schools

Genesys Works New York is thrilled to announce our founding partner schools. These seven schools are all located in the borough of The Bronx, and they represent a cross-section of the 400+ public high schools that exist across New York City.

San Francisco-East Bay Nonprofits Receive $1.4 Million from Bank of America to Promote Economic Mobility

Bank of America today announced $1.4 million in grants to 44 San Francisco-East Bay nonprofits that will advance economic mobility for individuals and families. The grants focus on increasing access to needs related to workforce development and education, as well as basic needs that are fundamental to establishing financial stability.

Genesys Works Twin Cities Announces New Board Members, Welcomes Community Leaders and a Program Alumnus

Genesys Works – Twin Cities welcomes four new members to its nonprofit Board of Directors. Long-time program advocates Michael Goar (Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities), Dionne Griffin Alkamooneh (City of St. Paul), Craig Pratt (ServiceNow), and Richard Walker (York Solutions/Think IT) have each begun their new terms on the board of Genesys Works – Twin Cities.

Genesys Works and Zum Announce Partnership

Genesys Works and Zum Announce Partnership to Help Disadvantaged High School Students Take Advantage of Top Internships

Genesys Works Interns Earn Scholarships

Many Genesys Works interns have been hard at work this year applying for scholarships as a way to help pay for college. We are excited to share this year’s notable scholarship winners from Genesys Works – Twin Cities. Congratulations on all of your hard work! Think IT Young Professional Scholarship: ($8,000 awarded to Genesys Works alumni currently in college) Kalila Moua …

GENESYS WORKS – BAY AREA TO OPEN NEW TRAINING CENTER IN OAKLAND

Funding from AT&T Aspire contributes to expansion and deeper community engagement SAN FRANCISCO —April 9, 2015—Genesys Works – Bay Area, the innovative non-profit that engages economically disadvantaged high school students into professional career paths through workplace training and meaningful senior-year internships, today announced plans to expand offices to the East B …

Genesys Works to Expand to the Nation’s Capital

WASHINGTON, D.C. TO BECOME 5TH OPERATING SITE Since its founding in 2002 as a small Houston program serving just 10 students, Genesys Works has grown into a national organization that has empowered thousands of high school students in four cities across the U.S. Following the success in Houston, the Twin Cities opened its doors in 2008 as the first expansion site. Locations i …