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 educators, nonprofits, and students and families. Explore below to see how we can work together to help the communities in which we operate and live access their full potential.

Support for nonprofits

Through PwC's Skills for Society, we are matching PwC professionals with nonprofit organizations' needs. Our goal is to help organizations solve their important problems faster by connecting them with PwCers who can help where the organization needs it most. Explore the below options to be connected to a PwC professional.

Invite a PwC professional to serve on your board

If you are looking for a professional to join your board of directors, junior board or advisory committee, please enter your details in the form and we will contact you.

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Request pro bono support

Click below and complete the form to begin the process to be matched with a team of PwC professionals who can help where your organization needs it most. Review the helpful guidance which includes FAQs and examples before completing the form.

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Request a workshop

We know that half the battle in overcoming obstacles is understanding what is causing them. Through the 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

We recognize that many students don't have a lot of opportunities to learn about and pursue careers in technology. This is especially true for students who are female, black, Latinx or living in underserved communities. Get help addressing this opportunity gap for your students, and discover resources you can even use to improve your own digital skills. Choose the program or programs below that would work best for your situation.

PwC’s Access Your Potential® curriculum

PwC’s Access Your Potential curriculum is focused on equipping students with the technology, financial and career-selection skills they need to succeed.

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PwC’s Digital Fitness App for Educators

Thanks to the support of the PwC Charitable Foundation, we’re giving teachers access to a customized version of PwC’s Digital Fitness App, which includes content specific to teachers in the form of articles, videos and infographics.

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The PwC Charitable Foundation's Digital Classroom

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

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CareerVillage

CareerVillage.org uses crowdsourcing to provide one-on-one career guidance to students at massive scale. This web platform matches the career questions students ask to a volunteer corps of over 15,000 working professionals with relevant backgrounds and experiences.

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Online virtual mentoring via Meemli

Encourage your students to get involved with online mentoring so they can engage professionals with whom they can relate.

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Support for students and families

It's easier to succeed when there's somebody to help show you the way. That's why we offer mentoring and career coaching. And it's why we provide games to help you build the sort of digital skills that the jobs of the future will demand. Explore how we can help you get to where you want to go.

Career coaching

CareerVillage.org uses crowdsourcing to provide one-on-one career guidance to students at massive scale. This web platform matches the career questions students ask to a volunteer corps of over 15,000 working professionals with relevant backgrounds and experiences.

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Coding games

Explore fun, engaging and informative games, by grade level, that teach basic coding principles. No experience needed!

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The PwC Charitable Foundation's Digital Classroom

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

Explore the digital classroom

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Shannon Schuyler

Chief Purpose and Inclusion Officer, PwC US

Jeff Senne

Responsible Business Strategy and Implementation Leader, PwC US

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