Generation News

January 25, 2016

Kenya update – Feb 2016

Generation Kenya is focused on sales and distribution in the fast-growing banking and insurance sector. Five hundred students graduated in 2015 with a 100% job placement rate by graduation, with two-thirds receiving job offers from multiple employers.

January 25, 2016

Spain update – Feb 2016

Generation Spain, based in Barcelona and Madrid, focuses on web development and digital sales and marketing—important growth areas for the economy—through a fourteen-week program.

January 25, 2016

India update – Feb 2016

Generation India has started their first pilot in healthcare, training young people for roles as patient care assistants (PCAs)—roughly the equivalent of the certified nursing assistant (CNA) role supported by the Generation USA program.

January 10, 2016

Kenya country director interviewed

Nairobi’s Youth Link News radio show interviewed Generation Kenya’s country director, Mehdi Sinaceur, about the recent graduation of 499 students from our program. Hear what Mehdi has to say about our program and our outstanding graduates.

July 22, 2015

Generation impact update – July 2015

Generation has been moving full-speed ahead in our first year of operations—with much to report about our growing number of programs, promising early results, and progress on planning for the future. New country and city expansion We launched Generation in Fall 2014 in the US and Spain. We’re pleased to report that we are now…

July 22, 2015

Students celebrate graduation around the world

Recent months and weeks were brimming with a slate of Generation graduations. Congratulations to all of our graduates as they join the growing numbers of Generation alumni.

March 19, 2015

Helene Gayle to Lead McKinsey Social Initiative

McKinsey Social Initiative (MSI) is pleased to announce that Helene Gayle will join the organization as the inaugural CEO in July 2015. She will remain at the helm of CARE, where she served as CEO and President for nearly a decade, until June. We would like to share a short statement from her about this…