What we do
Our vision: A meaningful career and sustained well-being for every person, anywhere in the world.
Our mission: We transform education to employment systems to prepare, place and support people into life-changing careers that would otherwise be inaccessible.
Employers face a range of problems in entry-level jobs—difficulty finding skilled talent, lackluster on-the-job performance, and high turnover in important roles. We can help address all of these challenges with our unique approach to training and our determined young graduates.
New hires who add value from day one
Many employers struggle to find entry-level staff with the right technical skills and personal attributes. Generation is a global nonprofit network that supports people to achieve economic mobility and a better life. We train, place, and support adults into careers that would otherwise be inaccessible. Generation also works with employers to customise programmes based on specific employer hiring needs. Read more about how we work with employers on our global site
graduates from Generation globally since 2015
working within 90 days after programme completion globally
of grads had no income before Generation
of our employers say that Generation graduates perform better than average
Generation: Exactly what employers need
We focus on tracking and raising the return on investment (ROI) that employers get from recruiting and training–so your new hires operate at higher productivity, with longer retention, and faster speed to promotion.
“Anywhere Generation engages in a conversation with a government, a city, a corporation or all 3 together, they come out of the room with a project, a joint initiative, a scalable and sustainable model to support inclusive growth and institutional strengthening. Generation is serious about its tagline: ‘You, Employed’.”
Generation in the press
Enhancing youth’s skills for employmentUSAID East Africa Trade + Investment Hub
Generation Kenya delivers another 4,000 youths for Kenya job marketCapital FM Online
Skill-based training necessary to curb shortage of employable youth in KenyaThe Standard Digital
How proper training can boost youth labour participationStandard Media See All Press