Connecting workers to new skills This health and humanitarian crisis has had a disproportionate impact on employment for people of color. Here in Tulsa, there is an urgent need for skill building — including re-skilling and up-skilling — to create a clear pathway to jobs that can deliver upward mobility and economic stability. To drive progress, Bank of America is investing $1billion over four years to advance racial equality and economic opportunity, building on work we’ve had underway for many years. We’re helping to connect people to the skills, resources and experience needed to succeed by building partnerships with nonprofits and local government, and through our own recruiting and hiring. This includes partnerships with Community Colleges that serve predominately Black and Hispanic/Latino students, and public Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic Serving Institutions. In Tulsa, we remain committed to supporting organizations that help people in our community get the skills they need. Bill Lissau Tulsa Market President Strengthening pathways Here in Tulsa, we’re partnering with local organizations to create pathways to better jobs, including: Tulsa Community WorkAdvance’s Due North Program To learn more, please visit Bank of America, N.A. Member FDIC. Equal Credit Opportunity Lender. © 2020 Bank of America Corporation. All rights reserved.