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Formal education and training are no longer enough to prepare talent for the future of work.

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Over 40 million young people under the age of 30 enter the workforce every year, but many graduate without the skills necessary to become gainfully employed.
Skills are becoming outdated more rapidly than ever before, and we are entering an era where lifelong learning, emotional intelligence and transferable experience is crucial. Repeating formal training is too expensive and not accessible to all, so how can we adapt and prepare talent for the future of work?
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How We Can Help

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Future Skills Education and Leadership Training

  • Gain new strategies to encourage entrepreneurial thinking and STEAM/STEM skills among students
  • Learn the challenges Millennials and Generation Z talent face in the workforce today and how to improve career readiness for the jobs of tomorrow
  • Explore new resources and tools to equip students with the transferable skills and resilience they need to succeed in the changing workforce
  • Empower global citizenship to intercultural knowledge and competence, so that students can move across boundaries and see the world from multiple perspectives

Who We Work With

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Lovell is an incredible speaker and the delegates really benefited from seeing a young person who is so successful and so passionate. It inspires them to dream big, take chances and to follow their passions in a world where, as she said it best, youth will hear a lot of ‘No's’ and it can sometimes be very discouraging.
-Zoe Sebastian, VP Marketing, DECA U
I was at We Day Waterloo with a group of my student leaders. Lovell’s message was heard loud and clear and they created an anti-bullying campaign within our school board.
-Pier Tremblay, High School Teacher, French Catholic School Board of Toronto