JPMorgan Chase is committing $250 million over the next five years to support demand-driven skills training through the New Skills at Work initiative.
From the company’s web site:
“Around the world, employers, educators, policymakers, training organizations, and others have recognized the critical importance of tackling the skills gap. Helping people develop the skills they need to compete for today’s jobs can transform lives and strengthen economies.
“Through New Skills at Work, JPMorgan Chase will use its resources, expertise, and global reach to help inform and accelerate efforts to support demand-driven skills training. The goal of our $250 million, 5-year initiative is to help build economies that grow by investing in people so that workers and industries have the skills to compete and prosper in the global economy.”