WorldClass initiative

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WorldClass

Making an impact that matters, one future at a time

We have a goal of impacting fifty million futures by 2030.

At Deloitte, we are inspired by the promise of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Its acceleration of technology and digitization across all aspects of life present incredible opportunity.

Globally, millions have been left behind, unable to fulfil their aspirations and potential. They lack the education, skills, and training needed. This is causing widening inequality, declining productivity, and rising social tensions.

Through WorldClass, we are applying our core skills, experience, and global reach to empower more people through education, skills development, and access to opportunity.

We are committing our most-valued asset—286,000 professionals around the globe—to creating opportunities for those left behind. By collaborating with businesses, government, and educators, we can transform learning and enable individuals to access the skills they really need to meet future job demands.

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Click on the map below to see the stories of impact taking place in that part of the world

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Meet some of the people impacted by WorldClass

    See what Deloitte Canada is doing

    Deloitte Canada is providing young people with real-world business experience by supporting JA Company Program. Hear from those involved and those impacted by this initiative:

    See what Deloitte Japan is doing

    Deloitte Japan activated their people around efforts to rebuild a city, industry, and workforce after the devastating Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami. Hear more from those involved and those impacted by this initiative:

    See what Deloitte Papua New Guinea is doing

    Since 2015, Deloitte Papua New Guinea has worked with the charity Buk Bilong, providing books, kindles, computers and pro bono support to give schoolchildren a fighting chance in a young nation challenged by high levels of poverty and crime. Hear from those involved and those impacted by this initiative:

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