A Collaboration between Deloitte and Volunteer Vision
May 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Digital connections are powerful and can shape the world for good. At Volunteer Vision we have known this truth for a long time and have been working with Deloitte since 2018 to share knowledge in a meaningful way.
The Georgia-Pacific Buddy program is an employee-volunteer tutoring initiative that began over 20 years ago. The program was established to enhance the academic skills of students at M. Agnes Jones (MAJ) Elementary in the Atlanta Public Schools. Like many other in-person initiatives, the GP Buddy program was suspended due to COVID-19.
Empowering Employees to Break Through Isolation and Join Forces in Achieving their Professional Goals
March 30, 2021 /3BL Media/ - With many of us working remotely for several months now, the current situation is causing a continuous strain on employees and makes it difficult to implement DE&I measures as effectively as before. It is becoming increasingly clear that times like these are calling for additional measures that ensure employees are heard and supported in a way that acknowledges their concerns.
An encouraging example of how companies can set up a Diversity and Inclusion framework to make sustainable impact measurable and scalable
February 18, 2021 /3BL Media/ - This year, Fujitsu, a ‘Times Top 50 Employer for Women’ organization, is continuing its long-term partnership with Volunteer Vision, a global digital mentoring provider in the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion sector. The focus is to expand their rigorous effort to develop diverse talent, allowing Fujitsu to provide tailored support and increase retention rates. The decision is based on internal analysis that confirms the positive impact of the development program.
Clarivate recently became a partner with Global Mentorship Initiative (GMI). We see its mission as a way that we can actively change the world. GMI programs provide students with role models to provide guidance, business skills, and sometimes job opportunities when they graduate.
By Tracie Zakavec, Aaron Hobbs, and Margarita Madrigal
January 17th marks the International Day of Mentoring, which offers an opportunity to celebrate and promote the value mentoring can bring to the lives of our youth worldwide. In our roles as teacher, student and mentor with the IBM-inspired P-TECH schools, we have seen firsthand how mentoring relationships can transform both mentor and protege, expanding perspectives to help shape career pathways. Below, we share our experiences with you.
Tracie Zakavec Teacher, Skyline High School – PTECH Longmont, Colorado