Kevin Seawright is currently the CFO and Vice President of the Newark Economic development Corporation, according to Crunchbase. He has innovated many new business strategies over 13 years, which has allowed him to improve the financial capacity of people on the East Coast, and create new financial and accounting methodologies. These methodologies that he has had a part in creating have consistently yielded results.
As CFO and Vice President of the Newark Economic development Corporation, Kevin Seawright has partnered with other local organizations in order to provide jobs for young students in the summer of 2016. This program will include lectures on job-training and college readiness, which will allow these students to prepare for their future. Along with these lectures, the students will be able to work for six weeks, and these students will earn valuable experience as well as minimum wage. This program will help the students gain the financial skills of opening, and maintaining, their checking and savings accounts.
Along with the money the students will be receiving for their labor, Kevin Seawright was able to secure partnerships with other companies that would provide financial literacy to the students. These companies are Santander Bank and TD Bank. Not only will this program provide these students with valuable experience in the financial world, but it also aims to help boost college graduation rates in the Newark area. Follow Kevin Seawright on Twitter
Each year Kevin Seawright aims to increase the number of jobs that are open to these young students. Mr. Seawright aims to have 3500 jobs available to the young students of Newark for 2016. Mr. Seawright also believes that by having the application of the program online it will make a positive impact, and allow for more jobs to be provided to these students of Newark.
Since Mr. Seawright is a very successful business man in his own right, this program will be sure to succeed under the guidance of himself and the Newark Economic development Corporation. See http://alivenewspaper.com/2017/08/kevin-seawright-sees-big-things-for-new-jersey-real-estate-as-economy-grows/