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Empowering Change 
on the frontlines of health

Talent for Good: How J&J Employees can give back to the community

Our Talent for Good Strategy is creating a movement of change makers across J&J by empowering more employees to use their talent for good and pave the way to a healthier future for everyone, everywhere. Across the globe, our employees are applying their time and resources to build healthier communities and be a catalyst of positive change. Our global community of change makers see giving back as not only vital for our communities and living into Our Credo, but key in advancing the social impact of J&J to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity.

Johnson & Johnson OYW Program: Meet our 2019 Scholars
Empowering youth to reach their full potential

Learn more about how the J&J Secondment Program is committed to empowering youth through its partnership with SOS Children’s Villages.
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2018 J&J Secondee Ahmed Akram

Ahmed Akram describes the impact he has made at the Aga Khan Foundation Portugal during his six month secondment

Ahmed Akram, 2018 J&J Secondee, describes his six-month secondment with AKF Portugal

In 2018, Ahmed Akram, Sales Manager MIS-MECH-Energy, Medical Devices Egypt was selected for a six month Secondment with the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) in Portugal working in an advocacy and marketing communications role.

Final video: 2018 J&J Secondee Sabine Scheppe

Sabine describes her secondment role in supporting the Madrasa Early Childhood Programme Zanzibar in a change management process to become a fully self-sufficient social enterprise and the impact made.

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