Current Employer Partners

We are grateful for our partners’ deep engagement and generous support.

Anchor Partner

Prudential became Braven’s first anchor employer partner to help build a pipeline of strong talent and provide opportunities for students to be career-ready in Newark, their headquarters for more than 140 years.

Prudential

Salesforce is an anchor partner committed to the idea that the next generation of leaders needs to emerge from everywhere. The company sponsors student events in San Jose and Chicago.

Salesforce

Keystone Partner

Charles Schwab employees have volunteered with Braven, collaborated on an innovative pilot, and provided pro-bono consulting.

Charles Schwab

CME Group has sponsored Chicago Mock Interview Night multiple times.

CME Group

LinkedIn opened up their API to Braven enabling us to track our Fellows’ job success over time. They also sponsored a Regional Summit, hosted a networking event with their executives, and have provided Leadership Coaches every semester.

LinkedInForGood

Innovation Partners

ADP helped us serve more students at Rutgers University-Newark.

ADP

Binc sponsored our Bay Area

Mock Interview Night.

Binc

CIBC provided Leadership Coaches in Chicago.
CIBC

Credit Karma sponsored our SJSU Capstone Challenge. It included engagement of 20+ employees and a Challenge Kickoff event with a keynote from CEO, Kenneth Lin.

Credit Karma

Enterprise sponsored our Newark Capstone Challenge.

Enterprise

IBM sponsored a Company Trek and provided volunteers in Chicago.

IBM

KCI Technologies sponsored a Company Trek and provided volunteers in Newark.

KCI Technologies

Teach For America recruits from the Braven talent pipeline and has sponsored several events.

Teach For America

UBS sponsored our Mock Interviews in Chicago and Newark.

UBS

Impact Partners

 

Access Partners

City of San Jose’s Vice Mayor’s office

 
 
 

“Working on the Braven Capstone challenge while at Yahoo was one of my highlights as a Product Manager. Not only did I personally enjoy getting to know students as a sponsor and judge, but colleagues who had the chance to meet with these driven students felt more connected to D&I efforts and ultimately to the team, as we were bonding over a shared interest in greater change.”

Keren Baruch, Former Product Manager at Yahoo!