Greenwood Project envisions a finance industry without barriers to entry and advancement for Black and Latino people.


Since 2016, Greenwood Project has created career pathways in financial services for Black and Latino college students. We rigorously train scholars in career-tracked skills they will need to succeed in finance. Then we work with our corporate partners to place them in highly competitive summer internships across the country. More than 70 percent of our scholars are currently working in financial services.

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Our name honors the prosperous community of Greenwood destroyed in 1921 in Oklahoma’s Tulsa Race Massacre.  Known as “Black Wall Street,” the neighborhood had thriving restaurants, schools, hotels, grocery stores, movie theaters, and churches.  The Tulsa race massacre took place on May 31 and June 1, 1921, when mobs of white residents, some of them deputized and given weapons by city officials, destroyed homes and businesses, and murdered over 300 Black residents. 

The name “Greenwood Project” was chosen for our Scholars to carry on the legacy, spirit, and resilience of the people who created the self-sustaining Greenwood community so many years ago. 

2022 Annual Report

Explore the impactful achievements and forward-looking strategies in our annual report, detailing Greenwood Project’s dedicated efforts to diversify the financial services industry. Gain insights into our educational programs, strategic partnerships, and community engagement that empower Black and Latino students.