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As befits a company that hires thousands of new college graduates each year, this professional services firm went the extra mile to help interns and entry-level employees navigate COVID-19. EY’s nonprofit arm granted $3.3 million in scholarship funds to support interns whose ability to pay tuition was hampered by the pandemic; about two-thirds of that money went to people from racially and ethnically diverse backgrounds. EY partners also absorbed some of the firm’s financial setbacks, in order to preserve jobs further down the chain. Meanwhile, staff at all levels threw themselves into pro bono work related to the pandemic, including supporting hospitals and health care systems and connecting isolated seniors to food-delivery and caregiving services.
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