KPMG’s citizenship initiatives cover a broad range of issues, with our main focus is...
At KPMG, we understand and value the benefits of a foundation of education and lifelong learning. It can be the key to unlocking potential and sustaining our communities through workforce readiness. We believe that developing next generation leaders through a long-term strategic investment addresses an essential societal need, and fills the talent pipeline with leaders who will be uniquely prepared to embrace the challenges of a global marketplace.
Through KPMG’s ongoing collaborations with nonprofits that share our long-standing commitment to youth and education, we support students at each stage of their academic career.
Our core initiatives begin with KPMG’s Family for Literacy (KFFL), which focuses on literacy at the prekindergarten and elementary stages. We encourage students to drive social change through literacy-building efforts with WE and work with Junior Achievement to promote financial literacy, at the middle and high schools level. We then work to inspire interest in the accounting profession among high school students through NAF. Our commitment extends to college, through Enactus and then beyond college with One Young World and the PhD Project, which helps diverse doctoral students attain PhDs and become business professors and mentors to the next generation. And finally, we support business professionals through KPMG Women’s Leadership and board members through Women Corporate Directors.