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A fun game designed to teach young adults and children office etiquette. The game includes exercises in practicing good communication, public speaking, handshakes, eye contact and other necessary social skills.
Demolish bureaucracy and cut up the red tape; no matter where you are located. Want to start a company with your friend in Russia or just by yourself. One-click-company removes the non-sense and makes it dead simple to start your own business.
An event at an abandoned building will be hosted every month according to a theme released on a website. Artists will aplly with a portfolio of work, and the top contestant will recieve an oppourtunity to do a mural on the building, prior to event.
Atleast in major part of Indian Education System, the pedagogy used results in children being oblivious of reasons behind the happenings of the real world. Be it the financial crisis, terrorism.... or simply how the world functions...
Get2Yes is a rewarding, online negotiation game that helps empower young people with conflict resolution techniques. Using a webcam, players compete amongst friends or other challengers to earn prizes while acquiring new skills.
Longing to be employed makes you depressed? Please don’t think you’re wasting your time. Participation in voluntary service can be a chance to practice professional skills, open your eyes to new opportunities or even enrich your CV.
Sports teams allow time for student's to "train" during the day. We should be doing the same thing for entrepreneurship and innovation. With flexible classroom time, students would have more opportunities for pursuing more interactive learning ops
Concept of Drag3ns - We seed triple headed multidisciplinary T3ams by ACHEIVE IT! We seed T3ams of young (16-26) peoples with iterative GAME on regular tinkering camps focusing on "learning by doing" approach + follow up on-line community programs.
Silicon Valley is now a household name.
What if young people had a similarly structured community or neighborhood enclave to turn to, in order to gather skills, information and opportunities to succeed in the world of work?
A browsable, scalable infographic of a person's learning pathways, interlinked spheres of interest, mentors' influences, possible career trajectories, downloadable work samples, relevant organizations to aspire to, and causes to care about.
CareerBuilder.com Global is a global website that has career skill and personality self-assessment, allows various institutions to post different opportunities, and provides youth with recommended opportunities based on matches from the assessments.
We dont equip people for the future of endless choices. Instead of that we ask them questions and give a piece of time. We find out his/her inner strength and default orientation. On this matter we build up an individual program- like workout progrms
Employers should respond to every applicant (especially those looking for entry-level positions) with constructive feedback, both out of civic responsibility and self-interest in tailoring potential employees.
Going to the career training institutes or networking events can help them be smart. In my opinion "Working Smart Helps And Working Hard Works". We can make them confident of what they are doing or wants to, but being comfortable makes difference.