Securing a solid education is paramount to a young person’s ability to thrive in the future. It is essential that the generation that will eventually be responsible for maintaining the integrity of our communities be properly equipped for this enormous task, and that the means of preparedness are available to all students, regardless of circumstance and background. Deutsche Bank recognizes the importance of promoting high-quality educational opportunities for under-served populations so that they may achieve economic security.
By partnering with the City of New York, private foundations and local non-profits, the Bank aims to revitalize distressed communities by creating programs that close the achievement gap, improve educational outcomes for under-served children and youth, and provide all students with the resources needed to achieve their maximum potential.
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A new initiative that aims to improve the long-term educational and economic well-being of children, youth and families of Mexican origin in New York City. more
A+ NYC sought to empower community members during their bus tour
April 2013 | New York
DEC and A+ NYC employ collaborative efforts to open up dialogue about education issues and to institute change. more
Peer leaders participate in a College Summit workshop.
February 2013 | New York
College Summit harnesses peer influence to encourage college enrollment. more
A high student and mentor working together during one of Strive for College's sessions.
November 2012 | New York
College admissions mentoring program expands in New York with Deutsche Bank's support. more
Two Science of Smart Cities program participants work on a project together
July 2012 | New York
Deutsche Bank supported NYU-Poly’s free Science of Smart Cities program, which provided workshops to public middle school students. DB volunteers also provided assistance. more
June 21, 2012 | New York
Collaborative initiative highlighted in education forum at The New School more