We partner with nonprofit organizations that support job seekers who are facing barriers to economic opportunity. We define this as job seekers with limited professional networks, potentially due to low income backgrounds, and are in a transitional period of life. They are either actively looking for a first job or a better job. For example, this could be opportunity youth, veterans, refugees or formerly incarcerated.
Priority partnerships and grants go to organizations who:
- Operate with clear objectives and can clearly measure the value of work
- Employ leadership teams or board members that represent the communities they serve
- Have demonstrated impact and the ability to scale
- Have regional networks/chapters outside of the Bay Area/New York City (if North America based)