Early employment can set a young person on a trajectory for success, providing both a paycheck and a stepping-stone for improving academic performance.

Bank of America is committed to investing in youth employment, funding $160 million since 2018 to connect youth and young adults to jobs and mentoring.

Finding access to capital to operate and grow businesses isn't always easy, but is critical to success for women business owners.

Bank of America developed a database to help women entrepreneurs learn about sources of funding, including equity, loans and grant capital.

When governments and the nonprofit and private sectors work together, society is better positioned to achieve a healthier, sustainable environment and more resilient global economy.

Here's how Bank of America achieved carbon neutrality and is amplifying its efforts to achieve a net-zero global economy.

The UN revealed "net-zero" must be achieved by 2050 to avoid the worst effects of climate change.

Bank of America has deployed more than $200 billion to meet that goal, with an expanded goal to mobilize $1 trillion by 2030.

All businesses have a role to play in accelerating the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy.

That's why Bank of America is part of the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials, a group of financial institutions working to assess and disclose the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with their loans and investments.

Ken Burns discusses Muhammad Ali's background and how the journey of boxing's greatest champion is just as relevant today—in sport, culture and beyond.

"He is speaking to us with a kind of force and clarity...that to me is just so enduring." - Ken Burns

Expanding access to skill-building programs and resources can create a pipeline of talent in local communities.

Bank of America is working with local organizations to fuel economic opportunity — including a $25M investment in community colleges, HBCUs and Hispanic-serving institutions.

By 2030, the U.S. could face a talent shortfall of 6.1M people in computer and mathematics occupations.

Bank of America's $160M investment in workforce programs helps create pathways into the tech sector, especially for underrepresented groups, and can unlock a future of prosperity for companies.


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