The nation’s largest philanthropic investment in nonprofit leadership development is making a positive impact on our city.
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The 2016 Neighborhood Builder Winners are tackling hunger and family support services.
Millennial and Gen Z interns are more entrepreneurial and expect to add real value to their company rather than simply completing menial tasks, and they’re seeking out internships at a much younger age.
In addition to generous leave policies, top companies also offer benefits to support infertility treatment and higher education subsidies
Today there are approximately 25,000 unfilled STEM jobs in Washington, and demand is expected to double by 2017.
Bob Peters, Washington state president, Bank of America, took over the Washington operations of Bank of America in 2009, just as the bank faced a subprime mortgage crisis tied to its acquisition of troubled Countrywide Financial. Now, Peters is leading a drive to get the bank, which built its dominant local presence through the acquisition of Seafirst Bank in 1983, to take better care of its customers.