career training

COVID-19's Opportunity: A Chance to Build a More Resilient Workforce

America needs a better skill-matching system if workers are to find their footing after the pandemic recedes.

Every day, we are inspired by the essential workers on the frontlines of this pandemic—by their commitment to working despite the risks and their resourcefulness and tremendous talents under duress. The workers manning grocery stores, the janitors sanitizing hospital wards, the warehouse workers fulfilling our online orders – they all share one thing in common: they are a part of America’s low-wage workforce. They are the workers keeping things going for the rest of us—and yet, many of them are financially insecure and lack opportunities for advancement.

No Barriers Warriors, Wells Fargo Seek Veterans With Disabilities for Their 2018 Expedition

Applications and nominations accepted through May 20, 2018
Press Release

FORT COLLINS, Colo., March 21, 2018 /3BL Media/ — No Barriers Warriors and Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) are seeking veterans with disabilities for the 2018 #WarriorStrong: The Journey Continues expedition.

Empowering Kids to Learn About Money

It’s never too early to teach kids about saving money. PNC’s School Bank Program offers on-site learning to enhance elementary and middle school classroom curriculum.

With pen and paper in hand, 10-year-old Brycen Carter eagerly awaits customers to approach him during lunch hour. Perched atop a stage in his school cafeteria, Carter sits behind a table draped with a PNC- branded tablecloth alongside two fellow fifth graders from Eastside Elementary in Anderson, Ind.

Every month, a handful of students like him are trained to volunteer as tellers for the PNC School Bank Program.

KeyBank Invests $500,000 in Boys & Girls Clubs Teen Workforce Programs in Seattle and Portland

Key’s largest single gift in the Northwest will help provide career training to underserved youth in the Northwest
Press Release

CLEVELAND, March 11, 2015 /3BL Media/ – KeyBank has teamed up with the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County (BGCKC) in Washington and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland (BGCP) in Oregon to launch and expand YouthForce, an innovative workforce development program for local, underserved teens. The three-year grant, which is funded by an unprecedented gift of $500,000 from the KeyBank Foundation in the Northwest, will allow the YouthForce program already under way in Seattle to increase its capacity and will establish the program in Portland.

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