Young people from communities of color have been disproportionately impacted by multiple traumas of the global pandemic, economic impacts, and racial injustice. As corporations recruit and strive to retain young people of color, ensuring their mental health and emotional well-being needs to be at the forefront of leaders’ minds and actions. Creating safe spaces for consistent and open conversations and acknowledging and addressing the pernicious effects of racism and trauma are essential to achieving mental health equity. An investment in their mental health and emotional well-being as they transition from college into their early career period, is an investment in their career performance, their longevity in position and their ability to contribute to the goals of their employer. The Steve Fund has a portfolio of timely and relevant educational programs to enable you to immediately make a positive impact on the lives of young people of color. The services we provide are powerful and culturally relevant. We work with racially and culturally diverse mental health experts with decades of experience to design and deliver programs from our portfolio or custom programming to ensure the environment is established to help young people of color thrive and achieve success. We offer three pathways of programs and services (e.g., workshops, webinars, training and technical assistance) led by racially-diverse mental health experts.