Genesys Works (GW) today announced a grant of $400,000 from The George Foundation to improve career readiness for young people in Fort Bend County. The funds will support the organization’s mission of providing pathways to career success for students in underserved communities across the region by teaching them in-demand skills and connecting them to professional opportunities.
Genesys Works has been awarded $175,000 through Minnesota’s Google.org Impact Challenge to break the cycle of generational poverty and expand multiple pathways to economic mobility for youth in low-income communities.
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.
AT&T* is committed to helping build a better tomorrow for opportunity youth in Houston’s Complete Communities. We’re doing that through a new initiative we call “Believe HoustonSM” designed to help expand young people’s vision for their futures through academic support and tutoring, character development mentorship and exposure to career options through job shadowing and internships.
Genesys Works National Capital Region has received a $1 million grant from the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation to support the organization’s growth in Washington, DC. The three-year investment will support Genesys Works’ efforts to provide pathways to career success for high school students across the region.
Genesys Works is announcing that Salesforce.org contributed $500,000 to the national nonprofit, which provides paid internships and job training to high school students from underserved communities. This grant will support program efforts at Genesys Works’ Bay Area location, as well as help to expand engagement efforts with program alumni for its sites across the country.
Grants from the Travelers Foundation total nearly $500,000 in 10 years HOUSTON, Texas, April 2018 – Genesys Works, a workforce development program serving youth across the country, has received a $50,000 grant from the Travelers Foundation, the charitable arm of Travelers. This grant brings their total giving to $460,000 over the past 10 years. This grant from the Travelers …
Celebrating the largest amount ever awarded in Good Neighbor Grants Lansdowne, VA — On April 26th, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced the 12 nonprofit organizations from Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC that will receive a total of $250,000 from its annual Good Neighbor Grants program. This is the largest amount that the foundation has ever awarded in the six-year …
$30,000 grant will support Genesys Works alumnae attending college