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The Future of Global Food Security

Crops have never been more abundant, thanks to a decade of technological advances in agriculture. But with global population growth and climate change, how secure is this supply?

Well-Oiled Machine

Business owners for 20 years, Alvin and Calvin Waters celebrate the boldness of black entrepreneurship.

From Ghana to the Bronx and Beyond

JPMorgan Chase's Gerald Owusu is a proud graduate of The Fellowship Initiative and is now making an impact both inside and outside of work.

September in Detroit

September Hargrove, JPMorgan Chase’s Detroit Program Officer, is using her own experience as inspiration to transform the lives of Detroit residents.

Our Pledge to Military Families

JPMorgan Chase is committed to supporting service members, veterans and their families as they transition to post-military life.

Honoring a Civil Rights Legacy

Mike Brown, co-chair of the Black Leadership Forum at JPMorgan Chase, shares how his father’s legacy shaped his life as a person of color.

We provide training, informal buddies, and mentors to people on the spectrum for everything from career advice to lunch mates.

The Next Episode

As employers and employees face an ever-changing job market, can nonlinear careers become a new normal?

My Accessibility Journey

Olu Ogbe was in the wrong place at the wrong time. But supportive colleagues made his journey easier.

Designing Impact

A brief tour through the ideas and inventions that brought us our smart buildings of today.

To Build a Home

In Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood, a wave of development is bringing new life to the community and spurring the city’s rebirth.

Jobs for Americans

Following in Germany's footsteps could lead the U.S. to a stronger workforce.

A Working Education

How students are learning the skills they’ll need to fill the biggest hole in the American job market.

Pushup Challenge for a Good Cause

Employees across the company participated in the 20 pushups challenge in support of our commitment in hiring and retaining veterans.

our employees doing pushups on the street

Rising Through the Ranks

See how Jeremy Johnston turned years of tech success in the Air Force into a growing career at JPMorgan Chase.

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Winners Just Get Up Faster

Diversity and inclusion is the key to building a resilient culture that helps companies and communities thrive.

Bonnie St. John at JPMorgan NYC headquarters

Negotiate Like a Pro

Employees at our New York headquarters recently heard from Natalie Reynolds, published negotiation expert, and a panel of our own senior leaders, who shared their expertise on something women often dread – making a deal.

Natalie Reynolds  at Women’s Interactive Network (WIN) event

Helping Put People on the Map

Helping vulnerable cities survive natural disasters and thrive by mapping unmapped territories in developing countries.

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Women Can Build

For Women's Equality Day, see the photo project that highlights non-traditional jobs filled by women.

Photo of Chancy Davis, welder at New Flyer Industries Bus Factory in St. Cloud, Minnesota

In Pursuit of LGBT Equality Worldwide

How the United Nation is working to overcome barriers towards LGBT equality worldwide and how the corporate sector can assist in advancing this goal.

image of Tashil Fakir, Charles Radcliffe, Stacey Friedman in a panel discussion

A Gap that Costs $28 Trillion

Cathy Russell, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues, spoke about her mission to advance women’s political and economic participation during a visit to our New York headquarters.

Ladies speaking at an event for Women on The Move

Shrinking the Gender Pay Gap

A recent event at our New York headquarters focused on improving women’s access to well-paying, middle-skill jobs that are traditionally occupied by men.

women sitting on a stage during a Women On The Move event

The Schools Challenge

Encouraging young people to think about their career prospects while building out professional networks.

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Building Bridges Across the Wage Gap

There's a solution to the equal-pay problem: getting female workers into well-paying jobs in construction and engineering. All it takes is the right kind of training.

The Big Difference Small Businesses Can Make

By supporting minority entrepreneurs who can’t get traditional funding, nonprofit community-development funds are transforming "micro businesses" into engines of economic growth.

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Why Summer Jobs Matter Now More Than Ever

Around the world, momentum is building to expand employment and education pathways for millions of low-income youth who lack access to education, training and employment opportunities.

Cycle for Survival Rings the Opening Bell

Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake joined Cycle for Survival on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell, signaling the start of the day’s trading.

Shattering the Status Quo

Young men are inspired to follow bigger dreams through the Fellowship Initiative’s Outward Bound program.

Startup Week Denver

Establishing Denver's place in the world of technology, entrepreneurialism, innovation and ingenuity.

Matching Mothers to Mentors

It may take a village to raise a child, but for some women at JPMorgan Chase, just one mentor was key to navigating new motherhood while going back to work.

Helping the Long-term Unemployed

JPMorgan Chase & Co. recently announced its New Skills at Work initiative, a five-year workforce readiness and demand-driven training initiative.

Expanding Metro Economies

JPMorgan Chase and the Brookings Institution have launched the Exchange, a network of 20 pioneering metropolitan areas.

Expanding Financial Access

Low-income individuals in the United States face extraordinary financial challenges: 54 million people do not have credit scores.

Mentorship Program Expands

The Fellowship Initiative expands to to Chicago and Los Angeles with a larger class of Fellows in New York City.

Our Pledge to Military Families

Providing funds to support military veterans and their families, focused in areas like employment, education and housing.

After Military

Benjamin Paladino learned valuable lessons about leadership and adversity as a Marine Corps infantryman in Afghanistan.

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