Join the movement and celebrate the supervisors of Genesys Works - Bay Area's 5th Cohort at our inaugural winter event, Supervisor Celebration.
Every year, hundreds of Bay Area professionals have transformational impact on our region's young people by guiding them through productive year-long corporate job opportunities.
On February 12th, we celebrate those supervisors who are changing lives - and companies - in the Bay Area. Come experience their stories and meet other Bay Area leaders investing in the workforce of tomorrow.
FAQs and Event Details
What are my parking and transportation options?
There is no parking available on site. The closest public parking lot is at 75 Howard Street. However, the Google Community Space is closely situated to public transit, with multiple Muni stops within a few blocks and the Embarcadero Bart station just two blocks away.
Will food and beverages be served?
Yes! There will be complimentary hors d'oeuvres, beer, wine, and soft drinks.
What is the recommended dress code?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, check-in will be done electronically so you will not need to present your ticket.
Who should attend?
Anyone and everyone. If you are interested in celebrating our supervisors and learning more about our program, please join us.
Why a Supervisor Celebration?
Too often, students growing up in low-income households are shut of today’s workforce. Nearly one in five students of color in the Bay Area drop out of high school, and even less graduate college at a time when the demand for college educated workers is rising.
That's where Genesys Works comes in. Our unique 14-month program prepares students to break through barriers and achieve lasting academic and professional success.
None of this would be possible without the dedicated commitment of our Coprorate Partner Supervisors who manage Genesys Works interns on a daily basis. This event is to celebrate them and recognize the impact they have had on their team, company, and community.
What is Genesys Works - Bay Area?
Our mission is to provide pathways to career success for high school students in underserved communities through skills training, meaningful work experiences, and impactful relationships. For 5 years we have equipped and empowered more than 500 local students with the knowledge and skills required to achieve career success and a lifetime of economic self-sufficiency.
Of our program alumni, 98% go directly to college and 90% persist beyond their first year. This fall, we placed 111 students into paid, year-long job opportunities with local companies.