Millions of people around the world are held back from achieving their full potential. Investing in education and skills is the answer. It is the foundation of opportunity and progress and creates better futures for all.
Our future innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders will need new skills to help us meet the challenges of tomorrow. We are investing in innovative approaches to support education, digital skills development and training opportunities so everyone can succeed in the modern economy.
Deloitte’s WorldClass ambition is to reach 100 million people by 2030 through programmes and partnerships with leading educational organisations around the world. Deloitte invests our people's time, provides volunteers and donates to support millions of students, teachers and education leaders worldwide.
Watch the stories below to see the impact of our programmes in Ghana and around the world.
"Reading is the foundation for all other learning, and today's children require it in order to succeed in life. On Friday 27th January, 2023, Deloitte and Spring-UP Global Network commissioned the Kwashieman Cluster of Schools library. The facility is the second of the 8 school libraries being refurbished across Ghana by Deloitte and Spring-UP Global Network under the Deloitte WorldClass Initiative."
Deloitte and Spring-UP Global Network commissioned the Osu Cluster of Schools library on Thursday 17th November, 2022. The facility is the first of the 8 school libraries being refurbished across Ghana by Deloitte and Spring-UP Global Network under the Deloitte WorldClass Initiative.
Employers face a growing need for talent while millions of talented young adults lack access to meaningful careers.
We are excited to announce the Top Innovators selected for The WorldClass Education Challenge on the World Economic Forum’s Uplink platform
Read stories about the social innovators we are supporting and their vision for the future.
Job Oyebisi’s dream is that every student in Nigeria has access to quality STEM education. His innovation StanLab, is helping to make this a reality and saw him recognised as a Top Innovator in Deloitte’s WorldClass Education Challenge on UpLink.
When Utsav Kheria was growing up in Kolkata, India, his first teachers were his parents. Together, they’d play learning games, read stories, and solve puzzles—creating a rock-solid educational foundation that he’s been building on ever since.
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