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      Talent for good

      Johnson & Johnson Talent for Good empowers nearly 140,000 employees to give back to communities around the world. Employees can participate in local volunteer activities, mentor young leaders or engage in immersive pro bono assignments worldwide, supporting partner organizations working to improve health for all. Talent for Good, a uniquely innovative global employee engagement strategy, strives to enrich others’ lives. From boosting health workers’ resiliency and mental health across Latin America to improving operations at a rural medical center in Kenya, Talent for Good programs are a catalyst for positive change.

      How J&J employees are activating the next generation of women in health

      Addressing the shortage of health workers is a top priority for Johnson & Johnson. One of the most inspiring ways we do this is through our WiSTEM2D program dedicated to inspiring girls and women to pursue STEM professions.

      Our mission

      Talent for Good inspires Johnson & Johnson employees to use their unique skills and expertise to serve people and communities in need. Through customized volunteering commitments and opportunities, employees transform into global changemakers for good.

      Our vision

      Talent for Good cultivates employees’ interests and passions, empowering them to find personal and professional fulfillment as they help build a healthier and sustainable future for everyone, everywhere.

      Talent for Good 2030 strategic goals

      By 2023, Talent for Good aims to:

      Donate 75,000 in-kind hours

      Supporting partner organizations working on the front lines of health

      Activate 75,000+ employees

      Participating in a unique employee engagement program

      Collaborate with internal J&J businesses

      On co-financing and co-ownership

      Our impact

      Local talent, global good #talentforgood
      150K
      Hours Since 2021, more than 13,000 J&J employees across the globe have donated 150,000 in-kind volunteer hours
      5,300
      Students The Bridge to Employment program has served over 5,300 students across 24 countries and 6 continents
      12+
      Global organizations The Secondment Program has partnered with more than a dozen organizations, including Save the Children, International Rescue Committee and more
      43
      NGOs and community groups Talent for Healthy Communities, in collaboration with the taproom foundation, has partnered with 43 NGOs and community groups
      11M
      Girls Since 2015, the Wistem2D program has reached nearly 11 million girls around the world

      Our programs

      Johnson & Johnson employees give back by supporting those in crisis, raising awareness of critical health issues, strengthening capacity in partner organizations and inspiring the next generation to become changemakers.

      Advocate for a cause

      Rally time, energy and money to drive charitable giving

      Support partners

      Help create healthier communities

      Inspire minds

      Mentor and coach the next generation of health leaders

      Build capacity

      Leverage skills and expertise to strengthen partner organizations

      Service for good

      Solve the challenges of frontline health workers to improve care everywhere
      • The passion and drive of the team trying to make a difference to humanity is simply amazing,” he said. “I see mentoring them in this endeavor as nothing short of a privilege.
        Ajeesh Ashraf
        SEHAT Impact Accelerator participant
      • I applied for the Program and was fortunate to be selected as the campaign manager for the UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) to lead the establishment of a coalition of private-sector partners working to end preventable maternal deaths and to facilitate collaboration between coalition partners on concrete actions. As a woman and mother, I felt a strong connection to this position. The more I learned about the role, the more I became aware of the struggles and challenges for women worldwide.
        Jan Flegeau
        Global Secondment program participant
      • Access to healthcare is a basic human right and should not be dependent on social status or geography. I have a strong desire to contribute my best efforts to eliminate health disparities. This is my personal goal and main reason why I am with Johnson & Johnson. For the exact same reason, I have applied for this program. I feel humbled to have this opportunity to make a direct impact and improve health potential for underserved communities in my country.
        Gulshan Vorobeychik
        Pro Bono for Health Equity program participant
      • Being a mentor and helping someone be prepared for life’s milestones is therapeutic for me, as it’s my way of going back in time and slowly erasing my feelings of being unprepared at those milestones.
        John Young
        Bridge to Employment mentor
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