The power of human potential can be limitless when we’re given the right opportunities. From building confidence in and out of the classroom to learning new job skills, Deloitte is empowering people from around the world to create better futures.
In this documentary series, explore some of the stories of people who are supported by Deloitte’s WorldClass. In their words, they not only share the challenges they’re overcoming and the ambitions they hold for the future—they show us what’s possible when we collectively come together and support each another.
Together, Deloitte is helping to create transformative change and are committed to empowering 100 million people worldwide.
Six young adults from different continents reflect on their self-belief and share their story and aspirations for the future.
In England and Wales, the gender pay gap is still significant—but with the right tools and resources, a more equitable workforce is possible. Working with the Young Women’s Trust, Deloitte UK is empowering women to thrive in the workplace.
Across rural China, while many parents seek jobs in major cities, some of their children are left to go to school in the local communities. Deloitte China Children Care program volunteers are helping these students reach their full potential.
Deloitte Africa is making science, technology, engineering, and math education accessible to millions of students in Africa. With the Pan African Robotics Competition (PARC), we're inspiring the next generation of change makers.
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Higher education is out of reach for many young women in India. Alongside Udayan Care, Deloitte offers scholarships, career guidance, and mentoring to help uplift young women from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Each year, Deloitte offers mentorship and skills training to refugees who are rebuilding their lives with a hope of a better future with support from organizations like Pangea.
Collaborating with organizations like Braven, Deloitte empowers students to help build the skills, experience, and confidence they need to move from university to their chosen field.
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