RISE, The Mom Project’s non-profit upskilling program, provides graduates with annual total salary increases totaling more than $17 million


The Mom Project, a leading digital talent and community platform serving over one million moms and 3,000+ businesses, and RISE, its 501(c) 3 upskilling program for women and moms of color, released their annual RISE 2022 Impact Report, highlighting that the program has delivered over $17 million in first-year aggregate total salary increase for its graduates.

According to the survey, RISE graduates boosted their annual wage by $9,564, amounting to nearly $1.1 million in potential economic earning impact over their lifetime. For its members, the program also features mentorship, a tech-enabled community, and networking possibilities.

The Mom Project is the foremost digital talent and community platform for moms to unlock their financial potential.

The Mom Project assists mothers in finding economic opportunity on their own terms by serving over one million moms and 3,000+ businesses through its extensive suite of hiring, career education, and talent retention tools.

The company, which is headquartered in Chicago and was formed in 2016 by Allison Robinson, who serves as CEO, has raised $116 million in funding to far, making it the largest global investment in female workforce development.

Serena Williams has joined The Mom Project as a strategic advisor to help the project gain traction in 2020. Additionally,

RISE, a 501(c) 3 program within momproject.org, is a scholarship program dedicated to accelerating equity for moms and women of color by providing access to highly desired upskilling tech certifications via a customized curriculum powered by CareerCircle—in six months or less, and at no cost to participants.

RISE, powered by The Mom Project, enables women to accelerate their professional lives and earning potential in a realistic and attainable manner, positioning moms for long-term success.

RISE has granted over 7600 scholarships to individuals in over 1,400 cities to far. RISE was recognized one of Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas in 2022, as well as one of Inc’s 2023 17 Ventures That Embody the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

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