‘A typical business background isn’t necessary to be successful’
From job searches to help with the rent, nonprofit programs support individuals in crisis to help communities emerge stronger from the pandemic, with help from Wells Fargo.
Wells Fargo’s Glide — Relaunch program helps professionals resume their careers after taking a break for a life event.
With their upcycled fabric creations, refugee artisans are supporting their families, protecting the environment and public health, and putting a Seattle neighborhood’s revitalization plan into action.
Since 2017, Wells Fargo has supported the Conservation Corps of Long Beach in connecting young adults to their communities through work, service, education, and conservation.
After having their senior years and post-graduate studies abruptly shortened by the COVID-19 pandemic, new Wells Fargo hires from the class of 2020 share their stories as they start their professional careers.
The first cohort of graduates from nonprofit DC Central Kitchen's job training program are beginning their culinary careers, thanks to support from Wells Fargo.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes initiative is connecting veterans, service members, and military spouses with meaningful employment opportunities.
Carolina Fintech Hub’s Workforce Investment Network program trains economically challenged individuals as developers and places them in jobs at sponsor companies like Wells Fargo.