Skills to Succeed Videos
Skills to Succeed, Accenture’s corporate citizenship initiative, helps address the global need for skills that open doors to employment and economic opportunity. It does this by drawing on two of Accenture’s unique capabilities: training talent and convening powerful partnerships to develop collaborative solutions. Together with our strategic partners, we have equipped more than half a million people with the skills to get a job or build a business—more than doubling the impact we set out to achieve when we announced our Skills to Succeed goal in 2010. We are equipping more than 700,000 people around the world with the skills to get a job or build a business. Watch these videos to learn more about the impact we’re making in communities worldwide.
Youth Business International and Accenture
Accenture is working with Youth Business International to provide its global network with tools, funding, mentoring and training to help disadvantaged young people become successful business entrepreneurs.
Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute and Accenture
Accenture is working with the Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute in the United States to roll out a patient navigator selection, skills-building and job readiness program. Read our case study [PDF, 1.66MB].
Conexão and Accenture
Accenture and the Brazilian organization Conexão are working together to offer training in market-relevant skills for people who are unemployed, as well as free consulting services for entrepreneurs.
Enablis and Accenture
Accenture is working in multiple countries in Africa with Enablis, a Canadian organization with whom it has a founding partner relationship, to help build the skills of young entrepreneurs.
Dr. Reddy’s Foundation and Accenture
Accenture is teaming with Indian nonprofit Dr. Reddy’s Foundation to train disadvantaged young people in business process outsourcing and technology skills.
Genesys Works and Accenture
In the United States, Accenture is working with Genesys Works to provide IT training that will prepare disadvantaged youth for employment.
Self-Employed Women's Association of India and Accenture
In India, Accenture is working with WEConnect International, the UN International Trade Center and the World Bank to help the Self-Employed Women's Association of India (SEWA), a group of women who were formerly waste-pickers, strengthen their business, which focuses on producing stationery items from recycled paper.
Oxfam and Accenture
Accenture and the United Kingdom nonprofit Oxfam are working to increase market-building skills for small landowner communities in India and Tanzania.
Centre for Information Systems Training in Cambodia
Bernard Le Masson and Armelle Carminati-Rabasse describe how Accenture helped launch a new school to prepare underprivileged students in Cambodia for jobs in information technology.
The Prince's Trust
Steve Rowland and Andrew Taylor discuss how they have helped young entrepreneurs develop the skills to launch and grow their businesses.