First Ascent provides recent graduates with resources to succeed in remote and hybrid environments. Program participants will thrive, both personally and professionally, through a large community of remote workers, access to co-working space, mentors, and a remote worker certificate —which means higher productivity and retention for employers!
First Ascent enables your employees to:
Master the foundational aspects of remote work, from optimizing workflows and schedules to creating a productive physical workspace, ensuring they’re equipped for success in any location.
Strengthen team dynamics, ensure high productivity through strategic time and project management, and create a sense of camaraderie on dispersed teams.
Plant roots in their communities through networking and volunteer service. Finding a sense of belonging is key to hybrid or remote success.
Paired mentor/mentee relationships with experienced remote professionals physically located near First Ascent communities will give your employee additional support.
To learn more about how we can work together to help your employees excel in the workplace, please complete the form below. Once we receive your request, a First Ascent team member will reach out to you.
Remote work is beneficial for companies, too! According to a recent article written by Forbes, workplace flexibility leads to the following operational benefits for employers:
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