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Sundar Pichai Announces $100 Million Google Career Certificates Fund For Better Skill Training

Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the creation of a new USD 100 million Google Career Certification Fund. According to Pichiai, the program aims to “give all Americans access to training to grow their skills, careers, and businesses.” Additionally, he said that it aims to provide ‘Social Finance’ to over 20,000 American workers. Over 70,000 Americans have completed the Google Career Certification program since it began in 2017.

“I’m excited to announce a new $100 million Google Career Certificates Fund. The goal is to enable Social Finance to reach more than 20,000 American workers. This investment in America’s future has the potential to drive $1 billion in wage gains,” Pichai stated in a blog post.

Moving forward, the search giant CEO is revealed that the career certification program will not require any college degree and this is available for all. Pichai makes this announcement at an event in the US with Alejandra Castillo U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development and the CEOs of Social Finance, Merit America, and Year Up.

“We’ll invest Google capital and grants and provide our Career Certificate program. Social Finance will provide funding to nonprofit partners like Merit America and Year Up, who in turn will provide services like career coaching, living stipends and job placement support. And we’ll connect students to an employer consortium of more than 150 companies who are looking to hire workers with these skills,” Pichai added.

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