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  1. Credit Suisse Americas Foundation Commits USD 1 Million to HERE to HERE to Launch Youth Apprenticeships through CareerWise New York

    CareerWise New York pairs employers and high school students for paid three-year apprenticeships beginning in 2019 to better prepare young people, employers, and the economy for the 21st century workforce.

  2. Future Skills: A new Credit Suisse Corporate Citizenship Initiative

    Almost 200 million people are looking for work worldwide, while automation sows fear of stagnating wages and disappearing jobs. Manuel Rybach, Global Head of Corporate Citizenship & Foundations, Credit Suisse, in a conversation with Guy Ryder, Director General of the International Labour Organization (ILO), about work, the gap between skills needed and skills offered, and the digital industrial revolution. 

  3. The Campaign for Female Education: How an innovative approach to aid scales up the impact

    The Campaign for Female Education: How an innovative approach to aid scales up the impact

    UNESCO reports that 52.2 million girls of primary to upper secondary school age in sub-Saharan Africa don't go to school. This has devastating consequences for themselves, their families, and society. 

  4. "Estimates were too conservative"

    "Estimates were too conservative"

    At the beginning of September, Credit Suisse launched its new Viva Kids offering with the digital money box Digipigi. Five weeks after the launch, Florence Schnydrig Moser, Head of Products & Investment Services, draws her initial conclusions and talks about exceeded expectations, waiting times, false realities, and letters from clients.

  5. Accelerating Child Literacy with New Libraries

    Accelerating Child Literacy with New Libraries

    Helman Sitohang, CEO Asia Pacific, was presented with the Friends of Global Literacy Award by John Wood, founder of the non-profit organization Room to Read at its annual gala event in Singapore.