Learn about a new report from the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), The Work Ahead: Machines, Skills & American Leadership in the Twenty-First Century.
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In partnership with DFID, USAID, and the Embassy of Sweden, the Zimbabwe:Works initiative reached nearly 29,000 youth with entrepreneurship, work readiness, and life skills training. Of that group, 61 percent were women.
Orale: Orienting Youth to the World of Work was recognized for its best practices transforming education in Mexico.
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Meet these 20-year-olds pursuing futures in STEM.
What will it take to reliably prepare young people with the skills employers know to be necessary but find lacking?