Education and Employment
Our education and employment mission aims to invest in educational programs and employment experiences that empower residents to drive our future workforce in three key industries: IT, construction, and customer service.Apply for Funding
Urban Alliance’s core program prepares underserved high school seniors for future economic self-sufficiency through an intensive, one year experience combining professional paid internships, job skills training, one-on-one mentoring, and ongoing post-program support.
Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program (DAPCEP) worked in partnership with the Quicken Loans Community Fund to create a hands-on experiential learning program, focused on Detroit students in grades 6-8.
The Quicken Loans Community Fund and Bedrock have partnered with the Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD), Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation (DESC), the City of Detroit, and Mayor Mike Duggan’s Workforce Development Board to restore the Breithaupt Career and Technical School. When improvements are completed, Breithaupt will serve hundreds of youth and adults seeking skilled trades training and career pathways in culinary arts, retail and hospitality, automotive service and collision repair, and mechatronics and welding.