Talent Finance

About Talent Finance

Employers across the country are grappling with the challenge of filling critical job openings in industries like health care and transportation services. Some are shifting away from two- or four-year degree requirements. Others are investing more heavily in talent acquisition. But these approaches are not always enough. That’s where Talent Finance comes in.

Talent Finance is an emerging, employer-led approach to talent development that prepares workers for the jobs that employers need to fill. We partner with corporations and large employers on custom Talent Finance strategies to address their unique talent and business needs, from filling critical job openings to reducing turnover and acting on DEI commitments.

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Google Career Certificates Fund

$1 billion

Targeted wage gains for 20,000+ learners through a $100 million fund

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Nursing Simulation Lab at Hudson County Community College on Monday, Nov. 14, 2022 in Jersey City, N.J. (Charles Sykes/AP Images for Johnson & Johnson)

Expanding Pathways to Nursing Careers in New Jersey

$12.5 million

Workforce fund supported by employers like Johnson & Johnson for job training in health care and other industries

American Diesel Training Center participants working inside of a truck.

American Diesel Training Centers Career Impact Bond

89%

Percent of graduates whose tuition is covered by employers in the current investment

Social Finance is bringing key partners to the table, from public sector leaders to major employers, to design better, faster, and more agile mechanisms to train the future workforce.

Sarah Keh

Vice President, Inclusive Solutions, Prudential Financial and Vice President and Secretary, The Prudential Foundation

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