Helping communities access their full potential

How we can collaborate with you

At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. One way we do this is by putting our skills to work with nonprofits, educators and students.

Explore below to see how we can work together.

Support for nonprofits

Through PwC's Skills for Society, we match PwC professionals with nonprofit organizations to provide professional support where the organization needs it most. Explore the below options to find the right fit and to be connected to a PwC professional.

Invite a PwC professional to serve on your board

Looking for a professional to join your board of directors, junior board or advisory committee? Click below to submit a request and be sure to review the FAQs and helpful tips at the top of the form before submitting. Once we receive your request, we will be in touch with next steps.

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Request a workshop

We know that half the battle in overcoming obstacles is understanding what is causing them. Through a Skills for Society Workshop, a team of PwC professionals will sit down with your team to help identify the root cause of an operational or strategic challenge and discuss a plan to address it. The goal is for your organization to leave with clarity on next steps to overcome the challenge and possible projects to get there.

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Support for educators and students

We recognize that in this rapidly changing world, it can be overwhelming to figure out where to begin to prepare for the careers of the future ― a future that will have new industries and new roles as a result of technological advancements. To support our nation’s educators and students prepare for this future, we created digital, financial and career resources, leveraging materials we created to upskill our own professionals. Explore below to learn more and to request support.

Digital skills resources

Technology skills lessons

Our technology skills lessons, a collaboration with Code.org, are geared towards middle school students and cover topics such as cybersecurity, data analytics, web and app development and internet of things. These interactive and gamified lessons also help students connect technology topics they’re interested in with potential careers in those areas.

Digital Fitness Assessment app for educators

Thanks to the PwC Charitable Foundation, we’ve customized PwC’s Digital Fitness Assessment App, used by PwC employees and clients, for teachers. Take the quiz to understand your personal digital fitness, then you’ll be provided educator-specific content to up your digital game.

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Financial literacy resources

Financial literacy lessons [printable lesson plans]

Our financial literacy curriculum has K-12 modules on topics such as saving and investing, career exploration and planning and money management. The lesson plans are interactive, easy-to-follow and can be adapted to match your needs in the classroom.

The PwC Charitable Foundation’s financial literacy curriculum [web-based lesson plans]

Explore interactive financial literacy lessons via a tech enabled platform designed to empower students with financial and economic knowledge.

Access Your Future app

Created by Junior Achievement USA and PwC, JA Access Your Future helps students make informed career decisions through an interactive calculator. After inputting the cost of higher education and selecting potential careers, students can immediately understand the return on investment.

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Career and mentoring resources

Career advice on CareerVillage.org - CareerVillage.org uses crowdsourcing to provide career guidance to students at massive scale. This virtual platform matches students’ career questions to over 15,000 professionals with relevant backgrounds and experiences.

Virtual mentoring through Meemli - Students can use Meemli to receive one on one mentoring from a career professional, including PwCers.

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Contact us

Shannon Schuyler

Chief Purpose and Inclusion Officer, PwC US

Jeff Senne

Responsible Business Strategy and Implementation Leader, PwC US

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