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Mentors were selected from AACC's 2008-2010 Workforce Economic Opportunity Initiative funded by Walmart Foundation and will provide additional guidance to 13 mentee colleges.
And he will launch an economic opportunity initiative in Latin America.
The Global Women in Management programme, which is a month-long workshop for female leaders of NGOs conducted by the Centre for Development and Population Activities, has reached over 500 female leaders due to ExxonMobil's support as part of its Women's Economic Opportunity Initiative.
Since then, this initiative has evolved into the Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative, which is helping individuals and families succeed and small businesses grow.
The successful six month program represents the fulfillment of a philanthropic partnership between the Foundation's Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative (CEO) and UBS WMA, announced at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) America conference in June 2011.
Clinton's Economic Opportunity Initiative embraces the same values that have been core to Phi Beta Sigma's Bigger and Better Business program since its inception in 1925.
Launched in 2004 by the Portland Bureau of Housing and Community Development, Portland's Economic Opportunity Initiative contracts with 34 community-based organizations in order to undertake work force and microenterprise projects for specific economic sectors and target populations.
The six month pilot represents the next step in the philanthropic partnership announced at last month's Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) America conference between the Foundation's Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative (CEO) and UBS WMA.