Delaware News DeskJPMorgan Chase announced it has selected Delaware State University for a two-year, $1 million investment to participate in its Advancing Black Pathways initiative.
“Expanding opportunities for young people of color has been a long-term commitment for the company,” said Delaware Market President Tom Horne.
Delaware State University has proven to be a noteworthy institution in all three areas.
Over the next five years, JPMorgan Chase has already committed to 4,000 internships for Black students across the nation.
At Delaware State University, 86% of our graduates — many of whom are first-generation and from low-resource communities — are in a profession in their field or graduate school within six months of graduation.