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IMPACT REPORT

TWIN CITIES


OUR MISSION Genesys Works provides pathways to career success for high school students in underserved communities through skills training, meaningful work experiences, and impactful relationships.

OUR VISION We envision a future when all youth finish high school equipped and empowered with the knowledge and skills required to achieve career success and a lifetime of economic self-sufficiency.

Pictured on front cover: Nancy Ambriz

Photography Credit: Tony Nelson


Dear Friends, Nearly ten years ago, Genesys Works expanded to its second site after five successful years in Houston. The Genesys Works Twin Cities site has had tremendous growth during this first decade, expanding from 11 interns in work experiences at six corporate partners to 286 interns at 58 corporate partners in 2017. As I reflect upon this impact, I’m reminded of the way in which the program has grown, not only in numbers, but in the depth of support we now provide our young professionals. What began as skills training and a year-long, paid work experience in a corporate setting has now grown to include college access support and ongoing professional networking and college internship opportunities for those students seeking out additional support in achieving their goals. We know that Genesys Works: for students, for schools, and for companies. At the heart of this success are the hard-working students who show grit and determination in the face of tremendous barriers. I’m excited to share some of their stories with you in this impact report. You’ll also get to learn about supervisors who support our interns in the workplace, generous donors who help us innovate and grow, and the incredible champions at our schools and corporate partners. Without this amazing group of people, we simply could not do what we do best: work to make sure underserved youth can achieve career success. With gratitude,

KAREN MARBEN

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GENESYS WORKS TWIN CITIES

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Pictured: Mohamed Ismail


CONNECTING MOTIVATION WITH OPPORTUNITY WHERE TOMORROW’S WORKFORCE BEGINS

At Genesys Works, we envision a future when all youth finish high school equipped and empowered with the knowledge and skills required to achieve career success and a lifetime of economic self-sufficiency. But for students growing up in low-income environments, they often don’t know how to attain a professional career and have limited access to opportunities, putting them on a path towards under-employment and unable to reach their true potential. Through a powerful combination of skills training, mentoring, and impactful work experiences, Genesys Works opens new pathways to career success for high-potential students in underserved communities who might otherwise be at risk of disconnecting from school or meaningful employment. By connecting youth with the opportunity to succeed in a professional work environment while still in high school, students graduate with increased confidence, in-demand job skills, elevated career aspirations, and an actionable plan for postsecondary success. Working together, we can provide more life-changing opportunities for talented young individuals like Mohamed in the Twin Cities.

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OUR IMPACT

Genesys Works helps students envision their path to a professional career by arming them with the skills and opportunities to achieve their college and career goals.

STUDENTS SERVED

1,397

STUDENTS TRAINED: 351 INTERNS EMPLOYED: 254 ALUMNI SERVED: 792

MULTIRACIAL / OTHER

8%

WHITE

92%

STUDENTS OF COLOR

80%

QUALIFY FOR FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH

77%

7%

30%

8%

AFRICAN AMERICAN

AFRICAN IMMIGRANT

10%

OTHER ASIAN

23%

HMONG

FIRST-GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS

14%

LATINO

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OUR MODEL

STUDENT OUTCOMES

95% ENROLL IN COLLEGE 72%

GRADUATED OR STILL ENROLLED IN COLLEGE

Genesys Works achieves its mission through four interlocking program components:

SKILLS TRAINING

MEANINGFUL INTERNSHIP

8 weeks of skills training the summer before senior year of high school

1,000 hours in a paid, year-long corporate internship

COLLEGE & CAREER COACHING

ALUMNI SUPPORT

3.5x

STUDENTS EARN A FOUR YEAR DEGREE THE RATE OF COMPARISON GROUP MEDIAN EARNINGS OF EMPLOYED ALUMNI

$45-50k

SOCIAL IMPACT

13x

SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT

Ongoing support to help students achieve college and career success

60 hours of counseling on college and career pathways

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HELPING STUDENTS REALIZE THEIR TRUE POTENTIAL Nancy Ambriz has a vision for her future that continues to expand through her experience with Genesys Works. Her assignments during summer training were just the beginning of countless moments in which she began to realize her full potential and proclaim, “I’m really proud of myself.” Summer training also prepared her for her internship at Patterson Companies. Since joining the team, Nancy noted that not only do people know her name, they have also publicly recognized the value she brings to her work and have encouraged her to explore various departments within the company. Ultimately, Nancy wants to help people, and Genesys Works has been an opportunity to jump into the unknown, learn about herself and grow her potential. “Genesys Works helped to guide me through what I need and to know more about what I want to do.”

$11k

AVERAGE STUDENT EARNINGS DURING SENIOR YEAR

TO READ MORE GO TO GENESYSWORKS.ORG/NANCY

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“I took the opportunity to go into Genesys Works and expand my resources and who I am as a person.” NANCY AMBRIZ CLASS OF 2018 YOUNG PROFESSIONAL, PATTERSON COMPANIES SENIOR, HENRY SIBLEY HIGH SCHOOL


“We grow IT talent and bring value to the students’ lives. It’s a no-brainer. Every CIO should be involved with the Genesys Works program.” TIM THULL SVP AND CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, MEDICA MEMBER, GENESYS WORKS TWIN CITIES BOARD OF DIRECTORS WITH TOUMONG VANG, COLLEGE INTERN, MEDICA

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CORPORATE PARTNERS SUPPORT GENESYS WORKS

As the CIO of Medica, Tim Thull first became involved with the Genesys Works program as a company sponsor. Having now been a corporate partner for seven years and welcomed 38 interns into the program, Tim is now personally connected as a board member. Tim sees value for his company: real work getting done while growing the information technology talent pipeline. He’s also witnessed the growing confidence, skills, and meaningful relationships for students. One such student is TouMong Vang, who began as a high school intern at Medica, and is on his second year there as a college intern. Tim has been personally impacted by Tou and many other interns. He encourages them to grab hold of the opportunity and network they are building. Tou’s eyes were opened during his internship: “At first, I thought the world was pretty small, but after I went through Genesys Works and saw those opportunities, I knew IT was what I wanted.” TO READ MORE GO TO GENESYSWORKS.ORG/MEDICA

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PREPARING STUDENTS FOR POSTSECONDARY SUCCESS Since 2011, Dorene Brookins has been an integral school champion at Johnson Aerospace & Engineering High School in St. Paul. She considers the partnership a year-round endeavor, from recruiting students to engaging them to retaining them once their internship is established. Dorene has not only made Genesys Works a priority but firmly believes in the capabilities of the students who enter the program. One such student from the Class of 2018, Kia Lockhart (pictured on back cover), interns at Fairview Health Services while the rest of her day is spent in classes that are earning her both college and high school credits. She is futurefocused and recognizes the long-term impact Genesys Works has on her future: “Having this internship on my resume goes a long way and opens up doors and opportunities.” Kia’s journey echoes the belief Dorene has of the program: when you invest in a program like Genesys Works, it pays dividends – for students, schools, and communities.

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SCHOOL PARTNERS SUPPORT GENESYS WORKS

TO READ MORE GO TO GENESYSWORKS.ORG/JOHNSON

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“Students are accepted for who they are and what they bring into the program, but then they grow from that point. That’s why it’s a great fit for our students.” DORENE BROOKINS SCHOOL CHAMPION, JOHNSON AEROSPACE & ENGINEERING HIGH SCHOOL, ST. PAUL PUBLIC SCHOOLS


“I was struggling with my English skills in school and worried about college and finding a job. I found Genesys Works, and it truly changed my life.” JENNIFER VIVEROS APPLICATION DEVELOPER, OPTUM CLASS OF 2011, YOUNG PROFESSIONAL, BREMER FINANCIAL GRADUATE, HARDING HIGH SCHOOL AND GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS COLLEGE WITH MOHAMED ISMAIL, YOUNG PROFESSIONAL, OPTUM

BUILDING COMMUNITIES THAT WORK

792

NUMBER OF ALUMNI SERVED BY GENESYS WORKS IN 2017

Despite struggling to learn English skills as a young immigrant from Mexico and worrying that this might prevent her from succeeding after high school, Jennifer Viveros was determined to seek out opportunity. She found a life-changing experience through Genesys Works, which sparked her love of IT. Armed with her internship experience and a degree in computer science, Jennifer brought her talent to Optum as an application developer, where she recently earned a promotion. Jennifer is doing what she loves and wants to ensure more students have exposure to this growing field. Since Mohamed Ismail began his Genesys Works internship in 2017, he has gotten to know Jennifer as a key coworker at Optum. “Jennifer opened up a new chapter in my life. I learned that computer science is a huge field, and it’s a job that’s needed everywhere. I want to take a huge step in supporting my family by pursuing a career in computer science.” TO READ MORE GO TO GENESYSWORKS.ORG/JENNIFERVIVEROS

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GENESYS WORKS TWIN CITIES 2017 FEBRUARY

Student Advisory Board Kick-Off Event: Students began gathering quarterly to offer programmatic feedback.

APRIL

CIO Luncheon: Presented by Accenture and Deluxe, 2017 was a record-breaking event honoring supervisors, corporate champions, and sponsors, and raising $183,000 for program support.

MAY

Student Applications into the Program: From across the Twin Cities, 1,098 student applications were received. Breaking Through Ceremony: Presented by ThreeBridge Solutions, 230 students from the Class of 2017 were recognized for completing the Genesys Works program.

Draft Day

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HIGHLIGHTS

JUNE

Summer Training: A record 351 students began eight weeks of skills training.

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

Volunteers: Supporters volunteer to make summer training meaningful through Feature Fridays and mock interviews.

School Partner Advisory Board Kick-Off: School partner representatives began gathering quarterly to help improve the way we work with and support students and schools.

OCTOBER

Think IT Golf Tournament Fundraiser: Hosted by York Solutions, the event was a huge success, raising $125,000.

Hatfield & McCoys: Technology vendor partners gathered to raise $102,000 for Genesys Works college initiatives.

DECEMBER

Alumni Boat Cruise: A networking event held on the Mississippi River reunited and celebrated program alumni.

Year in Review: A record-breaking $1.2 million was raised in donated funds in 2017 to support students.

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS

Draft Day: Presented by Target and York Solutions, over 1,300 attendees gathered to kick off a new year of internships.

Listen 4 Good Grant: Genesys Works Twin Cities was proud to be awarded a Listen 4 Good grant in order to create a meaningful feedback loop for students to provide important information on what’s working well for college and career coaching programs.

Think IT Scholarship Recipients at Breaking Through Ceremony


2017 AWARDS

2018 SAVE THE DATE APRIL

CIO Luncheon: Celebrate and recognize CIOs and their teams – those who help make Genesys Works a reality – on Monday, April 16, at the Radisson Blu in Bloomington.

MAY

Breaking Through Ceremony: Don’t miss this inspirational event held at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Thursday, May 10: a graduation ceremony for the Class of 2018 interns as they approach the end of a successful internship.

AUGUST

Draft Day: Our NFL-style company draft only happens once every year! Welcome students into their new internship and help us kick off the year at the Saint Paul RiverCentre on Tuesday, August 14.

Distinguished School Partner Award: Brooklyn Center High School Distinguished Program Contributor Award: Nick Hernandez, Co-Founder, Aeritae Consulting and former Genesys Works Twin Cities Board Member Distinguished Alumni Award: Bonsa Tilahun, Software Developer, Clientek, GWTC Class of 2012 Corporate Partner of the Year: Ameriprise Financial Think IT Young Professional Scholarships, funded by York Solutions: Jose Perales Tinoco, Jeremey Paulson, Abdirahman Aden, Huda Gass, Leng Hang & Pa Houa Yang Thank you to our 2017 Event Keynote Student Speakers: Simeon Amos (CIO Luncheon), Bereket Tumebo (Breaking Through Ceremony), Cheng Yang (Draft Day) ACHIEVER Class of 2017 Student Recognition Awards: Deangela Huddleston, Daisy Montano-Aguilar, Blanca Guerrero Castro, Kaying Lee, Angel Holmboe, Andy Lee, Leslee Gutierrez Carrillo, Jay Angelo Velasco, Pahoua Moua, Magdalena Renlund, Gaosheng Yang, Alaysia Brooks

CIO Luncheon

Hatfield & McCoys

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OUR CORPORATE

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PARTNERS 9

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We want to thank the following companies for their years of support in providing impactful work experiences to our young professionals.

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HENNEPIN COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER’S OFFICE

HENNEPIN COUNTY RESIDENT AND REAL ESTATE SERVICES

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THANK YOU SUPPORTERS $100,000+

Otto Bremer Trust York Solutions/Think IT Association

$50,000+

Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) The WEM Foundation

$25,000+

Deluxe Corporation F.R. Bigelow Foundation Fund for Shared Insight McNeely Foundation Medtronic Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Saint Paul Foundation ThreeBridge Solutions

$10,000+

3M Abbott Fund Accenture Twin Cities Best Buy Foundation Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota

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Boston Scientific Foundation Carlson & The Carlson Family Foundation Deluxe Corporation Foundation Donaldson Foundation Ecolab Foundation Evolving Solutions Hardenbergh Foundation Marbrook Foundation Okta Target Corporation TCF Bank Travelers Foundation

$5,000+

Albright Foundation Ameriprise Foundation AppDynamics Box Bremer Financial Corporation Data Recognition Corporation Datatrend Technologies Inc. Eagle Creek Software Services Hitachi Data Systems MANIFEST Technology Stewart McCutcheon Medica Metropolitan State University

Because of our generous donors, Genesys Works is able to provide pathways to career success for underserved youth.

David Nuernberg Nutanix Optum Patterson Companies, Inc. RBC Wealth Management ServiceNow Smikis Foundation The Minneapolis Foundation Wells Fargo Xcel Energy Zscaler

$1,000+

Abbott Daniel Abdul Aeritae Consulting Group AHEAD Ameriprise Financial Andersen Corporation Atomic Data Auth0 Avanade Best Buy Corporation Capella University Cargill Cisco Systems Cloudability, Inc. Code42 Shawn Curti Donaldson Company, Inc. Dynatrace Ecolab Michael Finlon Forsythe

General Mills Garrett Gleason Alistair Jacques Michael Jones Land O’Lakes Inc. Karen and Michael Marben Mike Martiny Microsoft MongoDB Inc. Sarah Nieters On Demand Group OneNeck IT Solutions Oracle Patagonia Mary Lynne Perushek Craig Pratt Pure Storage Renodis, Inc. Gabe Restrepo Revolution Technologies Riverway Foundation Bret Roberts Rubrik, Inc. SAP America Michael Sivo Symantec TechCaliber Timothy Thull TITUS Jeff and Jennie Tollefson VALERE Consulting and Recruiting ViaWest Wells Foundation World Wide Technology

$500+

Apttus Anchor Bank Benjamin Bitterman Janice Born Molly Bott Joseph Burns Matthew Bykowski Deare Search Partners Deborah Morris-York Elovate Jane Freeman Eric Gartland Nate Haines Hull Family Charitable Fund Integrhythm Inc. Jack Links Beth Jacob James Kelly James Kempski Darrell Kesti Michael Mathews Chris Moses Tammy Nguyen Monica Osterholm Jennifer and Taylor Rogers James Ruttley Michael Sabin Salesforce.com, Inc. Don Schmeichel Bill Sedoff Sunquist Family Gift Fund Sunrise Banks The BrandLab


Funder Spotlight: Thrivent Financial Mike Walstrom Lance Whitacre

$100+

Lonnie Aanden Brad and Lynn Adams Charitable Fund Chris Anderson Anonymous Tom Arata Arctic Wolf Networks Brian Arneson John Askew Brian Bagley Chris Banes Allison Barmann Benjamin Bartels Patrick Benson Trent Bernatz Todd Bichsel Karen Bird Scott Blahauvietz Jeremy and Jacqueline Bono Brett Brunick Paul Burke Bill Carr Kevin Casson Francois Charette CHS, Inc. Timothy Costigan Craig Cox

Allen Debes Dell EMC Amanda Downs Julie Durham Erik Renk-Grant Bob Ernst Evolving Solutions Patton Fast Fawkes Consulting LLC Fishbowl Solutions Navigate Forward Lorinda Fraboni Teresa Freeman Kathryn Freeman Anna Ganske Jason Gehrmann Daniel Golden Robert Graves Brian Groff Dave Harkness Red Hat Lucas Havens Liz Hazelton Jacob R. Helgeson Thomas Henderson Nick Hernandez Charlie Hieb Greg Hoffmann Brett Housker Tom Jackson Jennifer Jacob Jacqueline Statum Allen Tammy Johnson Sue Johnston

OTTO BREMER TRUST

As the Genesys Works Twin Cities impact continues to grow, so does its need for space and equipment capable of ensuring appropriate student training and resources for staff members. Thanks to a grant awarded in December 2017 from the Otto Bremer Trust, an expanded and renovated work space in downtown St. Paul will soon be a reality. The investment will also support its ongoing work in skills training and college and career success for students. The Otto Bremer Trust, based in Saint Paul, Minnesota, is a private charitable trust established in 1944 by founder Otto Bremer, a successful banker and community business leader. OBT owns 92 percent of Bremer Bank and also manages a diversified investment portfolio. The mission of OBT is to invest in people, places, and opportunities in the Upper Midwest. Since its inception, OBT has invested more than $650 million in organizations throughout Minnesota, North Dakota, and western Wisconsin.

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THANK YOU SUPPORTERS $100+ (cont.) Josh Kass Angie Kavaloski Kelly McShane Matt Keske Molly Kissner Matthew Kohlman Sridhar Koneru Jeffrey Koschmeder Kathryn Lamp Dave Lardy Charlie Larson Mary Lawrence Luci Locsin Chris Mahoney Mai Youa Moua Dave Maiwurm Michael Miller Daniel Minotti Beth Moncrief Douglas Morris Bret Newton Brendan Nolan Keith Norbie Steve Oberhauser Chanda Olson Marco Ovikian Patrick McQuillan Amy Patton Dave Payne Cassie Pederson Matthew Pellowski Tom Penton Ryan Peterson

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Nate Peterson Graham Pfeifer David S. Phelps Scott Prchal Mike Recker Jackie Reeves David Ross Tamera Sachse Jack Sacia Craig Schmidtke Helene Schultz Dan Schuster Kelly Sebion Karine Semmer Tammy Sexton Lakshmi Sharma Chris Shian Christian Sirek Cindy Skack Grady Sloan John Smallwood Charlie Smith Shawn Smith David Sommers Gary Spears Craig Steele Jon Stillwell Courtney Stoesz Mark & Lesley Stoesz Jesse Stremcha Joe Susag Dan Taggart Todd Timmerman Coralee Torrence

Tracey Racette Fritcher Ben Walcker Rick Walstrom Brad Wampole Matthew Werder Todd White Ron Wrenholt Malyn Wrobel David Young

SPECIAL THANKS

Accenture Anoka-Hennepin Sandburg Education Center Burnsville Chamber of Commerce Dell Ecolab General Mills Optum Patagonia Medtronic MSP Hatfield and McCoys Target Think IT Association Toro University of St. Thomas

SCHOOL PARTNERS

Al-Amal School Apple Valley High School Blaine High School Bloomington Kennedy High School Brooklyn Center High School* Burnsville Senior High School Central Senior High School~ Champlin Park High School* Columbia Heights High School~ Como Park Senior High School~ Eagan High School Eden Prairie High School Edina High School Harding High School~ Henry Sibley High School Highland Park Senior High School† Hopkins High School Humboldt High School* Irondale High School† Johnson Aerospace & Engineering High School~ Mounds View High School* Park Center High School* Patrick Henry High School* Prairie Seeds Academy

Richfield High School* Robbinsdale Armstrong High School* Robbinsdale Cooper High School* Roosevelt High School Rosemount High School Roseville Area High School Saint Louis Park High School* Simley High School South High School* Southwest High School South Saint Paul Secondary School Spring Lake Park High School Ubah Medical Academy* Washburn High School Washington Technology Magnet School†

*25-49 Students † 50-74 Students ~ 75+


2017 NATIONAL 3,931 students served

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IMPACT 185

school partners

corporate partners

$8.1M

total dollars earned by interns

 2008 TWIN CITIES

2013 BAY AREA

2010 CHICAGO

SCALING our impact.

 2016 NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

2002 HOUSTON

$1

invested

Genesys Works: A National Social Enterprise

$13.46

economic return

2017 was another outstanding year of growth and impact thanks to the generous support of our school, corporate, and community partners. It also marked our fifteenth year of programming, a milestone recognized by celebrating the success of the thousands of students we’ve placed into life-changing work experiences over that time. I am incredibly proud of what we’ve collectively achieved in our first fifteen years and look forward to even greater levels of success in the years to come. As we look to the future, our primary goals are quite simple – we want to serve more students, and we want to serve them better. This means continued growth in our five current sites as well as expansion into new cities across the country. It also means adopting new ways to guide and support students on their own individual journeys towards the economic mainstream. Working together, we can empower tens of thousands of students to achieve career success and create the skilled workforce our country needs for continued economic prosperity. We are proud to be your partners in this important work. With gratitude,

in student extra lifetime earnings, social gains, internship earnings, and leveraged resources

RAFAEL ALVAREZ

FOUNDER AND CEO GENESYS WORKS

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Genesys Works started in 2002 in Houston with only ten students. We now serve over 3,000 students across five sites annually. Here are just a few of the remarkable individuals who are living testaments to how one opportunity can change a life. Read their stories at genesysworks.org/15for15.

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HECTOR AVELLANEDA / CLASS OF 2003, HOUSTON

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MAYRA PEREZ / CLASS OF 2004, HOUSTON

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ABRAHAM OBREGON / CLASS OF 2005, HOUSTON

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JOSE DEHUMA / CLASS OF 2006, HOUSTON

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TOMEI RICHARD / CLASS OF 2007, HOUSTON

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VANESSA NUÑEZ / CLASS OF 2008, HOUSTON

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SOU YANG / CLASS OF 2009, TWIN CITIES

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DIONNE GRIFFIN ALKAMOONEH / CLASS OF 2010, TWIN CITIES

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MANUEL ROBLES / CLASS OF 2011, CHICAGO

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IYESHA THORNTON, / CLASS OF 2012, CHICAGO

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JARITZA VERDIN / CLASS OF 2013, CHICAGO

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KATERYN RAYMUNDO / CLASS OF 2014, BAY AREA

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MICHELLE VILLAGRAN / CLASS OF 2015, BAY AREA

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NIMO MOHAMED / CLASS OF 2016, TWIN CITIES

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LIDYA ETISSA / CLASS OF 2017, NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

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RAFAEL ALVAREZ / FOUNDER AND CEO, GENESYS WORKS

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TWIN CITIES FINANCIAL REPORT

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EARNED INCOME

2017

CONTRIBUTIONS

MILLIONS

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2015 2016 2017

INCOME STATEMENT (UNRESTRICTED)

TOTAL EXPENSES

INCOME Earned Income Contributed Income TOTAL INCOME

Income and Expense Growth

$ 4,063,514 1,107,103 $ 5,170,617

$ 4,644,258 913,217 $ 5,557,475

$ 5,595,842 1,219,895 $ 6,815,737

EXPENSES

FUNDED 91.0% EXPENSES BY EARNED INCOME

Student Wages $ 2,210,010 $ 2,598,034 $ 2,899,874 Other Program Expenses 1,872,284 1,973,926 2,460,556 General & Administrative 636,122 638,433 547,870 Fundraising 241,661 238,667 241,944 TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,960,877 $ 5,449,060 $ 6,150,244

CHANGE IN UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS

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209,740

$

108,415

$

665,493

BALANCE SHEET ASSETS Cash and Cash Equivalents Accounts Receivable Other Current Assets Property & Equipment (Net) TOTAL ASSETS

3.9%

8.9%

$ 1,114,951 589,849 131,971 169,279 $ 2,006,050

$ 1,256,237 663,987 180,129 119,199 $ 2,219,761

$ 1,694,240 961,655 65,695 77,962 $ 2,799,551

LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Other Liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES

$ 390 $ 45,932 257,834 240,089 258,224 286,021 Unrestricted Net Assets $ 1,646,002 $ 1,754,417 Temporarily Restricted Net Assets 101,824 179,323 TOTAL NET ASSETS $ 1,747,826 $ 1,933,740

47.2% 40.0%

47.2%

STUDENT WAGES

40.0%

PROGRAM EXPENSES

8.9%

2017 Expense Breakdown

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3.9%

GENERAL & FUNDRAISING ADMINISTRATIVE

2017 IMPACT REPORT

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$ 2,006,050

$

94,913 244,405 339,318

$ 2,419,910 40,323 $ 2,460,233

$ 2,219,761

$ 2,799,551


2017 TWIN CITIES BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mary Lynne Perushek Daniel Abdul Dionne Griffin Alkamooneh* Jackie Statum Allen Michael Goar Karen Marben Michael Mathews Stewart McCutcheon Matt Neale Sarah Nieters Craig Pratt Tim Thull Jeff Tollefson Richard Walker

CIO, M.A. Mortenson Co. (Chair) Vice President of Application Delivery, Optum Technology Project Manager, Planning and Economic Development, City of Saint Paul Assistant Director of Strategic Planning & Policy, Saint Paul Public Schools CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities Executive Director, Genesys Works Twin Cities CIO, Deluxe Former CIO, Ecolab Vice President, Optum Technology Vice President of IT, Medtronic Vice President, Product Line Sales, ServiceNow Senior Vice President and CIO, Medica Chief Strategic Growth Officer, Genesys Works National CEO, York Solutions

TWIN CITIES STAFF Karen Marben Marit Aaseng Dave Anaya Alex Askew Joel Crandall Jade Denson Keegan Fraley Blair Halperin Maya Hanson Heather Hirschey Matt Johnson III Jonelle Jones Doyen Kulee Billy Moua Mai Youa Moua Geraldine Mpetey Lindsey Myrick Abbey Nelson Nasro Omar* Grace Oribamise Thao Pham Carly Rhodes Melizza Rodriguez Jennifer Rogers Jenni Schubert Courtney Stoesz Drew Stuart Julie Vo* Kaela Worrall Kabao Xiong *Program Alumni

Executive Director Career Pipeline Specialist Program Support Specialist Development Manager Senior Director of College and Career Success Program Coordinator Program Manager Curriculum and Instruction Specialist Senior Program Coordinator Development Assistant Program Coordinator College to Career Specialist Program Coordinator Program Coordinator Assistant Program Director Program Coordinator Program Coordinator Senior Manager of Corporate Partnerships Program/Administrative Assistant Program Coordinator Program Coordinator Program Coordinator Administrative Assistant Development Director Program Manager Marketing Manager Program Coordinator Program Coordinator Manager of School and Community Partnerships College Success Specialist


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