FedEx | Employment Pathways

FedEx | Employment Pathways

Giving a pathway to meaningful employment for underserved populations.

At FedEx, we believe the diverse experiences of our team members are part of what makes us successful. It’s also why we’re passionate about helping people acquire skills and education that allow them to access opportunity.

One-third of the U.S. unemployment rate is due to the gap between skills and open jobs.* That’s why we’re helping underserved youths and their families navigate the college application process, training people for in-demand jobs like tech and logistics and helping individuals access employment through credential programs.

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Content from this campaign

Adults With Autism Finding Jobs in Houston
by Grace White A program through the non-profit Social Motion Skills help land them the job. "I think we all wake up in the morning and want to have a purpose," said Stacy Anderson, Transition Director. Her passion, finding jobs for people with social and cognitive disabilities. "The majority of our adults with autism are either unemployed or under-employed...
Aug 20, 2019 10:20 AM ET
FedEx Donates $1 Million to National Urban League Work Force Development Programs
FedEx is investing $1 million in the National Urban League (NUL) as part of its FedEx Cares initiative to build a stronger workforce by creating pathways to meaningful employment for underserved communities. The investment will support workforce development programs for entry level and seasoned job seekers, including job training, GED services, internships, professional certifications and...
Aug 22, 2016 9:20 AM ET
Andela: Launching Africa's Tech Talent
Tech entrepreneur Jeremy Johnson may have cracked a code for economic development in Africa. Perhaps a better way to say it is that his organization is actually writing new code for it. Johnson is co-founder and CEO of Andela, a New York City-based social enterprise that provides free training for young Africans to become software developers. “Africa has...
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