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                JPMorgan Chase has been a partner in the thriving Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) region for more than 100 years. With more than 200 branches and over 12,000 local employees, we’re one of the area’s largest employers. DFW is booming and we’re proud to play our part in that growth. But we also recognize that too many people are not sharing fully in this prosperity. For those left behind, JPMorgan Chase has committed $7 million to local workforce training, plus millions more for small businesses support and community revitalization. By partnering with government, business, non-profit groups and educational institutions, we can build a better DFW for everyone.

                Boots on the Ground in Dallas

                Faces of Opportunity: From Incarceration to Successful Business Owner

                Orlander Johnson took the leap with help from JPMorgan Chase.

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                Active Employees in Dallas-Fort Worth as of January 2019

                $ 1.9B

                Extended in new credit to small businesses in Texas in 2018 through Business Banking and small business credit cards


                Veterans Hired in Dallas-Fort Worth Market Since 2011

                $ 10M

                Committed in Support of Workforce Readiness Since 2014

                Our Commitment to Dallas-Fort Worth

                A World-Class Campus Brings Quality Jobs to Dallas-Fort Worth

                JPMorgan Chase’s state-of-the-art Plano campus will host 6,500 jobs and is designed to foster a creative, inclusive work environment that values employees’ personal and professional well-being.

                History of JPMorgan Chase in Dallas

                Small businesses are the lifeblood of their communities.

                Meet the Powerful Women Leaders at JPMorgan Chase

                A trio of women executives at JPMorgan Chase’s Dallas-Fort Worth location have spearheaded several acquisitions and instituted a forward thinking culture that have made a positive long-term impact on the company and its culture of inclusivity.

                “The most important thing is to create a place where people want to work —
                a place where they feel respected and trusted.”

                — Jamie Dimon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer


                Can the Corporate World Help Veterans Navigate the Reverse Military Transition?

                JPMorgan Chase’s Military Pathways Development Program provides veterans with the necessary experiences, training, and mentorship to succeed after service.

                Transforming the Individual, Transforming the Community

                The Center for Transforming Lives financially empowers moms, and strengthens families and the entire community.

                Marrying Opportunity and Talent in Dallas

                Could free education targeting in-demand skills be the key to a successful future workforce?

                Small Business

                Keep Trucking: JPMorgan Chase’s Support for Strivers in DFW

                Diana Martinez is celebrating her 10th anniversary as a business owner in Dallas-Fort Worth this year.

                Faces of Opportunity: From Incarceration to Successful Business Owner

                Orlander Johnson took the leap with help from JPMorgan Chase.

                The Sweet Spot: One Dallas Ice Cream Shop Also Serves Its Employees

                Howdy Homemade’s hiring goals are making a unique impact.

                Enriching Women’s Lives: The Mary Kay Legacy

                Mary Kay Ash started her company in 1963 as a way to give other women the opportunities she had been denied throughout her career. This focus on female empowerment was the cornerstone to Mary Kay Inc.’s unprecedented success in the U.S. and across the globe.

                Neighborhood Revitalization

                Does a Thriving Neighborhood Economy Start with Community Health?

                At Parkland’s Hatcher Station Health Center in Dallas, the Frazier community is getting healthier, in every sense of the word.

                How One Dallas Park Injected New Life into Downtown

                What used to divide downtown Dallas now connects it.

                Spotlight on Local Art at Dallas Corporate Center

                The curated collection carries on the JPMorgan Chase tradition of art at work.

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