At the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center, we believe that business is part of the solution to closing the skills and achievement gaps and filling the jobs that will drive economic growth. Our goal is to showcase how businesses are taking a leadership role in advancing student successes throughout various stages of individuals’ personal and educational development.
Inspiring entrepreneurial spirit at any age can be difficult, but one New Jersey family set out to help young children discover the path to entrepreneurship in a fun way.
Princeton University student Nathan Suek and his team at a Governor’s STEM Scholars conference.
Most people associate the Boys Scouts of America with camping and learning the value of civic duty. But what people may not know is the organization has a strong dedication to career exploration and readiness.
Most 2016 high school and college graduations have come and gone and with their passing, many young people—and their families—face anxiety about their career preparedness and opportunities.
Local chambers take great strides to create partnerships between businesses and schools, providing exposure to careers and a lasting connection among collaborators.
Like many modern businesses, the rapidly growing energy sector in Michigan requires an evolving list of skills and abilities from its employees.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has partnered with education technology provider EverFi to help students gain the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in an increasingly demanding and competitive workplace.