Juniors: Genesys Works Class of 2022 Application is Now Open

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Genesys Works is a nonprofit organization dedicated to changing the lives of teens, just like you. If accepted into the program, you will have the opportunity to participate in:

  • An eight-week summer training program to learn the skills that you will need to succeed in the corporate world.
  • A paid internship at a top company throughout your senior year.
  • One-on-one coaching and guidance with college applications, scholarships, and financial aid

Participants will:

  • Gain professional and business technology skills while earning college credit.
  • Receive coaching on professional skills such as communication, teamwork, and troubleshooting.
  • Learn technical skills such as project management, Microsoft Suite, and data analytics
  • Earn $15,000 through a year-long internship.
  • Get paid to intern at a top Bay Area company such as Salesforce, SFMTA, or Okta.
  • Build your professional network through job shadowing, informational interviews, and relationship-building.
  • Receive post-high school planning support.
  • Partner with Genesys Works to complete college admissions, financial aid, and scholarships.

Info session: On February 17th from 4-5 pm, we have open application and information sessions. Feel free to invite anyone you think may be interested. Attached is a flyer with the dates, times, and zoom link for the open sessions.

For students who are interested and want to learn more: https://rebrand.ly/GWBAClass2022

Genesys Works program application here: https://genesysworks.tfaforms.net/4652060

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