Bank of America
Bank of America | Founding Partner
Our founding partner Bank of America (BoA) is a valued champion for Business for Impact, and a major global exemplar of corporate social and environmental responsibility.
In partnership with Bank of America, Business for Impact brings world-class leaders to Georgetown’s campus – Bono, Warren Buffet, Ken Burns, and more – as part of our signature Leadership Series. Also, Bank of America underwrites our Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) lecture series, featuring leading executives on the front lines of creating shared value and driving social, environmental, and economic impact.
To put students at the center of every initiative, Bank of America provides generous support for internships and fellowships for Business for Impact Student Leaders to pursue careers impacting the triple bottom line – people, planet, and profit.
New Report on Workforce Social Enterprise Solutions
Companies across the United States need workers. But many jobs remain out of reach for certain populations. Business for Impact’s new report, Jobs for All: Employment Social Enterprise and Economic Mobility in the United States, explores effective social enterprise solutions that address some of America’s most persistent and structural employment barriers. The study highlights how employment social enterprises contribute to economic mobility for workers who are traditionally excluded from jobs, including people who are formerly incarcerated; people with intellectual, emotional and physical disabilities; immigrants or refugees; veterans; people from low-income backgrounds; and opportunity youth.
Learn more and read the Jobs for All Executive Summary. Business for Impact will release the full report at a virtual launch event on October 13, 2021. Register for the event, or to learn more email us at Businessforimpact.georgetown.edu.
Research for Jobs for All was conducted with generous financial support from Bank of America Charitable Foundation. Learn more about the Foundation and its commitment to advancing racial equality and economic opportunity.