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HOUSTON - March 27, 2017 Genesys Works, a program that changes the life trajectory of low-income high school seniors by providing them with meaningful work internships and critical college and career skills, announced today that it is actively seeking new partners to bring its proven career readiness programming into their communities. Through investments from AT&T and ot ...

CHICAGO - Genesys Works Chicago held its first ever Talent Unlimited: Job & Internship Fair on January 4th, 2017. Hosted by 1871 and co-sponsored by America Needs You and Year Up, the Fair attracted 120 college-aged job- and internship-seekers who networked with 20 companies, including CME Group, Northern Trust, TransUnion, and Uptake. “I saw this as an opportunity to ta ...

$1.17M National Software Upgrades Support Teens Preparing for 21st Century Jobs

HOUSTON PUBLIC MEDIA: "Inside the Classroom" In Houston Public Media's ongoing series “Inside the Classroom,” Eloisa Cortinas, a senior at Alief Hastings High School, talks with her mentor María Carlota Palacios, who manages community relations at Williams, an energy infrastructure company. Educators and experts across Texas are trying to figure out how to make students more ...

  In the spring of 2017, Genesys Works – Twin Cities will award college scholarships to high potential alumni with financial need. Awards are $4,000 for two years ($8,000 total) and can be used for any cost of attendance at an eligible four-year college or university (e.g., tuition, fees, books, room, board, etc.). Selected scholars will receive personalized and professional a ...

Join us for our 4th Annual CIO Luncheon to recognize the collective impact of our corporate partners and technology vendor partners while raising funds for the mission and students of Genesys Works - Twin Cities. Since 2008, Genesys Works has trained and placed nearly 1,300 low-income high school students in year-long, paid internships supporting the IT needs of more than 60 m ...

More than 100 students begin internships at 25 companies through Genesys Works
in program designed to close the opportunity and skills gap with support from AT&T

 

 

AT&T Presents $2 Million Contribution to Genesys Works to Grow Internship Opportunities for Underserved Youth 


 

Additional $2 Million Contribution Gives Up To 11,000 More Students Career Training

AT&T Expand Opportunities for Youth

DALLAS, Sept. 13, 2016 — AT&T* is contributing $2 million to Genesys Works, a unique program that connects rising high school seniors with critical college and career skills. The program aims to better students’ prospects for college and career success.

 

Supported by partnerships with Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) and businesses in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, Genesys Works offers disadvantaged students the opportunity to gain real-world experience in the IT field before they graduate from high school.