New webinar series designed to provide essential skills to help veterans chart a successful career path
GAITHERSBURG, Md., October 25, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life services, in partnership with Volunteers of America, today launched a collection of resources specifically designed to support veterans who may be transitioning to the civilian workforce or seeking to enhance their active duty career opportunities.
On Tuesday September 27th, our CEO Jes Staley and US colleagues joined Per Scholas in celebrating the grand opening of their new Brooklyn location. Built in partnership with Barclays, the expansion will allow Per Scholas to serve an additional 140 New Yorkers annually, expanding its impact to more than 550 New Yorkers trained every year.
A new set of Accelerator programmes is being launched by Barclays to support entrepreneurs that focus on solving social and environmental problems.
Barclays has joined forces with Unreasonable Group, a leading platform for entrepreneurs solving global challenges with highly-scalable models, to launch a new partnership called Unreasonable Impact.
It is the first international network of Accelerators that are each focused on scaling up entrepreneurial solutions to pressing societal and environmental problems that have the potential to employ thousands of people worldwide.
September 5, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Today, GRI and the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) announced the start of the second phase of the Corporate Sustainability and Reporting for Competitive Business (CSRCB) program, which helps small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), in the developing world, use sustainability reporting to gain better access to global value chains. Entering global value chains will contribute to creating more job and income opportunities in the target countries.
When we as a society think about employment for people with disabilities, we rarely think about self-employment. In fact, in can be difficult for anyone’s family and friends to imagine their family member or friend as an entrepreneur. Yet self-employment can be a wonderful opportunity for people with disabilities.
While many of us look to summer as a time to take a break and slow down, young women across the country are doing just the opposite. Over 1,500 girls across the country will spend their summer challenging their minds and gearing up for jobs of the future with Girls Who Code, a national non-profit that seeks to inspire, educate and equip girls with technical skills for the 21st century.