Generation for governments

We partner with governments to accelerate employment and economic mobility.

How we work

How does Generation work with government partners?

We help people get new skills and jobs by deploying public funding to deliver our programs, typically through public institutions (technical and vocational programs).

We also work with governments to build the capacity of public skilling systems. We train their staff to use our methodology, generating a better return on public investment.

We train and place learners in sectors with high employment potential, focusing on the skills and qualities employers require.


Governments across the globe

Benefits of working with Generation

We work closely with our public sector partners. We collect data about our graduates to comply with government tracking requirements of our programming.

Generation has received global recognition, including being honored by WISE, being named among the Top 100 proposals for the MacArthur Foundation’s 100&Change competition, and receiving the Roddenberry Prize for bold solutions to social challenges.

Case studies

Partnering with Governments to provide pathways to employment

SkillsFuture in Singapore

A work-learn program launched by SkillsFuture with Generation Singapore aims to support fresh graduates and midcareer professionals in picking up the skills needed to work in sectors with high labor demand.

Read the case study Read Skillsfuture report

Project Amber in India

Project Amber is a joint initiative between National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), and Generation India with an outcome-based approach rooted in Generation’s methodology that will train 30,000 learners in COVID-resilient job roles.

Read the case study Project Amber NSDC video

We are seeing a rapid change in job responsibilities fueled by tech-enabled solutions and the desire of enterprises to stay competitive. This trend will continue to create skills gaps across the economy. Hence, there is an urgent need to close this gap and help people re-skill themselves for in-demand jobs. Generation’s integrated methodology is a promising model because it identifies critical skills to be job-ready while aligning training to business outcomes.”

—Cheung-Gog Soon Joo, Chief Skills Officer, SkillsFuture Singapore
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