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Generation continues to build new strategic partnerships
United Way Worldwide and Generation have formed a partnership to bring Generation’s youth employment program to 30-50 new cities globally! United Way is the world’s largest privately-funded nonprofit, engaged in nearly 1,800 communities across more than 40 countries and territories. With a shared commitment to fostering economic opportunity—and complementary skills and experience—we are excited for how this new partnership will propel Generation forward. Learn more about our plans—and why we both think it’s so important we address youth employment—in the coming months.
Generation is proud to have been selected to be part of the Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE) Impact Portfolio, with a focus on our work in India. S4YE—a coalition started by the World Bank—promotes transformative, scalable youth employment solutions around the world. We look forward to contributing to and learning from S4YE and the other participants.
Stories from the USA
Generation’s latest video shares the perspectives of students, employers, and partners in the United States where we currently offer programs in four sectors—healthcare, technology, retail/sales, and skilled trades.
One of Generation's first graduates, Borja is two years into his eLearning job.Read Story
"Generation helped me raise my ambitions, and gave me the confidence to walk into a workplace knowing ‘I can get this job’.”Read Story
"Not only did the program help me develop my craft…but it helped me become the stronger, hard-working person I am today."Read Story
Wesley joined nearly 2,500 other Generation Kenya students who graduated in December.Read Story
Generation Mexico graduate Diego stars in a campaign to recruit new students.Read Story
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CareerSource NorthEast Florida
Delaware Health and Social Services
Fondo Social Europeo through EOI (Escuela de Organización Industrial)
The Idea Center at Miami Dade College
Sobrato Family Foundation
United Ways of the Bay Area and Houston
Sistema Nacional de Garantía Juvenil