Become a GAN Member

Who can join?

We’re looking for companies and organizations to join GAN, who are committed to the development of human capital. Our member companies and partner organizations work together to fuse the link between education and employment with the goal of accelerating the acquisition of the skills and competencies of all segments of the workforce. This creates a more inclusive and equitable future for people and communities, and ensures a talent pipeline for business to keep up with the pace of change.

Our members are trailblazers and thought-leaders from leading multinational corporations and international organizations, who are setting examples for others to follow and shaping global and community policies and approaches.

How can I become a member?

To explore membership opportunities, send an email to and we will contact you to set up a call or meeting.

What are the benefits?

Becoming a GAN member connects you with like-minded companies and international organizations, who are equally committed to developing human capital and share a common belief in the importance of partnership between business, government and thought leaders on skills building in an era of rapid change in the world of work.

Some of the benefits for uniting through the GAN are: 

  • Contributing solutions to one of the biggest social and economic challenges of our time – bridging the skills gap

  • Peer-to-peer networking and learning opportunities with top companies and leading organizations

  • Collaboration on joint initiatives in key markets to bring education and employment closer together

  • Increased visibility as a responsible business – GAN showcases member investments in workforce development as a pillar of corporate responsibility and contribution towards the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

  • Working with organizations with immense global outreach such as the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and  International Organisation of Employers (IOE)

  • Accessing GAN’s Country networks, who root the GAN Global concept and target it to meet local market needs

What’s expected of me?

Members contribute in diverse ways, such as:


  • Shaping and implementing programs at the community level

  • Fostering an enabling policy environment for work-based learning in key markets

  • Joining peer-to-peer networking and learning opportunities online and in-person

  • Promoting work-based learning through diverse communications opportunities

  • Co-developing thought piece articles on key topics such as lifelong learning, and

  • Participating in podcasts


Board members enjoy the added benefit of steering GAN’s strategy, participating in the annual Board Meeting and Board networking activities, and they can join all GAN networks.