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From city neighborhoods to a career in banking

By Sam Wood | Sep 29, 2023

Year Up alums in Rhode Island share their career paths in the banking industry at Citizens with Providence Business News. Citizens and Year Up executives share their thoughts on the success of the program and its partnership.
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Our Region's Business - Year Up Pittsburgh

By Bill Flannigan | Sep 10, 2023

Year Up was featured in a recent episode of 'Our Region's Business' with Bill Flannigan on WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh.
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Year Up founder, CEO Chertavian writes: There's no going back on ESG

By Gerald Chertavian | Jun 27, 2023

Recent backlash caused by a fractured political climate has led some CEOs to reconsider their environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives, with 59% of CEOs surveyed by KPMG saying they planned to pause or reconsider their ESG efforts from Q4 2022 into Q2 2023. And yet 70% of those same CEOs say that ESG programs improve financial performance, up from 39% the prior year. This shouldn’t be a political issue. The business case for continued, increased investments in ESG policies is clear. To CEOs who are thinking about stepping back at this stage, I say you aren’t acting in the long-term best interest of your shareholders.  
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What Is An Internship And How Do You Land One?

By William Arruda | Jun 13, 2023

Internships can create opportunities, accelerate your career growth, and prepare you for your first post-college role. They aren't about making coffee runs and photocopying documents – they're like personal brand-building boot camps. Landing an internship and making the most of it can open doors, supercharge your career growth, and forge lifelong connections with business movers and shakers in pathways that matter to you.
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Bank of America employees find success through job training program

By Alex Giles | Jun 2, 2023

The partnership between Bank of America and the Year Up job training program has become a successful endeavor, according to representatives from both organizations.
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Year Up offers training to young adults in the field of technology

By Barbara Campos | Apr 12, 2023

Year Up offers career skills training to youth ages 18-29 who have graduated from high school, have not earned a bachelor's degree, and who have low to moderate incomes.
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