The Goldman Sachs Foundation has announced three $1 million grants as part of its plan to contribute $10 million this year for education, Bloomberg New reports.
The Center for Talented Youth will use its grant to recruit qualified students.
The Manhattan-based National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship will apply the funds to its goal of training low-income youth to enter the free-enterprise system.
The Indian School of business trains young people for business careers, particularly in the Pacific Rim.
The foundation’s $200 million endowment was created with a contribution from proceeds of the investment bank’s $3.66 billion initial stock sale in May.