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 ...
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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.
Minnesota State – IT Center of Excellence Features Genesys Works Alumna Maria Sanchez Lopez
The Minnesota Aspirations in Computing (MNAiC) Awards Program, partners with the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) to honor young high school women for their computing-related achievements and interests.
WJLA: "Spotlight in Education" focuses on Genesys Works
Watch local ABC affiliate WJLA's "Spotlight on Education" segment, which features the Genesys Works program in Fairfax County.
Genesys Works Selected as Grant Recipient of Inaugural Pathways to Progress Youth Financial Capability Fund
The $2 million commitment by the Citi Foundation in partnership Prosperity Now, is helping maximize the impact of Youth Employment and Financial Inclusion Efforts across the country.
Genesys Works Launches “15 for 15” Campaign
A series highlighting 15 lives changed over our first 15 years
Genesys Works Marks 15th Anniversary
Nearly 6,000 youth impacted by successful social enterprise
Genesys Works Receives Donation from Rebuild Texas Fund
$30,000 grant will support Genesys Works alumnae attending college
Rafael Alvarez shares Genesys Works model with social entrepreneurs in Colombia
Companies should hire more marginalized youth
TEACHER VOICE: Six ways to build a high-school internship program that changes low-income students’ lives
Paying teens for their work is a must