UBS NextGen Leaders

UBS Next Gen Leaders is our signature education initiative that aims to increase college and career success for students from underserved communities or are first in their families to go to college. We know that attainment of a Bachelor’s degree continues to be crucial to achieving intergenerational economic mobility and have invested in programming that increases students postsecondary readiness and success.

Our Partners and Programs

Keys To Your Future

Keys to your future


Keys To Your Future is our signature education program. In partnership with EVERFI, a leading social impact education technology company, we created Keys To Your Future: College and Career Readiness, a personalized digital curriculum for low-to-moderate-income high school students across the U.S., to better prepare them for college and career. Keys To Your Future also engages UBS employees as volunteers and mentors to help students bring the skills they are learning to life.


  • Offered to high schools and college access nonprofits, free of cost 
  • Provides six distinct online lessons for students featureing a series of activities that teaches them how to navigate the college application and financial aid process as well as critical life skills such as building better study habits and preparing for job interviews.
  • Since 2019, Keys To Your Future has reached more than 125,000 high school students in nearly 2,000 schools and nonprofit organizations nationwide.

Interested in getting access to Keys To Your Future?

Watch this video to learn more information about the program:

UBS-SEO College Scholars

UBS-SEO College Scholars

Designed in partnership with SEO Scholars, this intensive college access and success program supports 121 young men of color to persist to graduation at competitive institutions. In 2019, the UBS-SEO cohort graduated with a 90% four-year graduation rate, a stellar outcome compared to the average national graduation rates of 20% for low-income students and 60% for all students.

For questions regarding these initiatives, please contact: 

Janine Miller 
Associate Director, Education Programs & Initiatives