JPMorgan Chase invests $3M in education, workforce training in Dallas County

Financial services giant JPMorgan Chase today made a $3 million donation to improve workforce development in Dallas County.

The corporate partnership with Dallas County Promise and the Commit Partnership is the first of its kind in North Texas. It aims to provide students with skills for careers in the growing health care and IT sectors through tuition-free community college education.

Anne Motsenbocker, managing director of Middle Market Banking South for JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM), said she has…

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