All in-person programs have been postponed as we monitor the progression of the coronavirus. We’re committed to supporting our students, staff and partners during this time. We’ve created a Resources & Support hub for our prospective and current students, alumni and partners.
COVID-19 has disrupted millions of people’s lives and contact tracers are needed to map out active cases — Generation USA is seeking partners to help deploy its data-driven methodology and proven reskilling curriculum to train contact tracers. Read more here.
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FEATURED: LETTER FROM CEO, SEAN SEGAL (JUNE 3, 2020)
The Generation community promises to face these challenges head-on with a central tenet — racialized privilege is the barrier many of our students and alumni face. It is at the heart of all they confront and it is not their responsibility to fix it. We will be leaders in this space and demand fair hiring practices and opportunities for everyone, especially historically marginalized communities.
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of Generation USA graduates remain in the same job one year after placement.
of our employers say that Generation graduates perform better than average.
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Employers and Partners
Generation in the press
An often-overlooked group among the job candidate base are opportunity youth, defined by the Rockefeller Foundation as young people between the ages of 16 to 24 who are neither in school, nor working. In the U.S., that’s an untapped talent pool of 6.7 million individuals.WorldatWork
“Even though we have this robust labor market, we have employers that are looking at a scarcity of talent,” said Demetra Brown, Partnership Engagement Manager at Generation, a nonprofit that trains young adults with sought-after industry skills.Dallas Regional Chamber See All Press