In October 2021, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken launched the Modernization of American Diplomacy Initiative, which strives to advance American diplomacy by ensuring the Department of State’s work, resources, and priorities are aligned with a rapidly changing and increasingly complex world.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation publishes content on workforce training and related issues. Find and access current and archived items in our database.
The U.S. government has committed to welcoming hundreds of thousands of people displaced by major refugee crises, including 95,000 at-risk Afghans who worked alongside the U.S military and 100,000 Ukrainians displaced by Russia’s recent military invasion. These developments represent an enormous opportunity for the American business community to help refugees to integrate into the U.S. workforce.
With the U.S. Chamber Foundation’s 2020 Corporate Citizenship Conference, Business Solves, right around the corner, we sat down with one of our speakers, Steven C. Preston, president and CEO of Goodwill Industries International, to learn more about his organization’s efforts, how Goodwill® is supporting the needs of U.S. communities during the pandemic, and what advice he has for others.
19th century French diplomat and sociologist
Technology was one of Xenia’s favorite subjects. When she heard about Capital One Coders at her YMCA, she signed up.
United Airlines recently announced a total of $8 million in grants to help address pressing issues in each of its hub market communities across the country, including Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Newark/New York, and Washington, D.C.
Financial Wellness is a real problem in the workplace that many companies are not tackling head on. Financial stress can cause a variety of issues for an employee that often accompanies them in their jobs.
"The traditional definition of a mentor -- someone who teaches or gives help and advice to a less-experienced and often younger person -- needs to be both updated and broadened for today's workplace." - Susan R. Meisinger, former president and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management