Students find purpose in the causes affecting our planet & our societies
We believe occupational identities are a thing of the past. Deciding on a major or a job role won’t guide students anymore because the world of work and education is changing rapidly.
The future of work is rooted in purpose. When thinking about next steps after graduation, students need to focus on building skills & mindsets for the future and find pathways to help solve the global challenges of the next decade.
Future Fit inspires students to take deep dives into the global challenges through a “future of work lens”. Finding purpose will make it easier for students to get involved & stay engaged; learn new in-demand skills & mindsets; navigate ambiguity and form a peer network to help them take their next steps.
discover the most cutting edge learning opportunities
In a world of rapid change & exponential technologies, we will all have to be "continuous learners" and change the way we learn.
Continuous learning has never been more accessible; there are more and more emerging learning/work opportunities to help this next generation skill-up and thrive in the future. Having so many options is exciting, but most students & career services do not know where to begin.
FUTURE FIT introduces high school and university students to curated emerging work/learning pathways centered around programs & organizations that work on the global challenges; practice the future ways of working, and teach in-demand skills and mindsets.
A learning & coaching journey
in the future of work
FIND NEW PATHWAYS
IN THE FUTURE
We help students find purpose, discover new learning pathways & connect with the allies they need to take their next step after graduation in an era of change, AI & automation
Emerging technologies, climate change, digital transformation, and now COVID 19, are rapidly accelerating change in the future of work & learning. Degrees and skills are becoming obsolete faster and faster.
Career paths are not following the traditional “college > work > promotion” trajectory anymore. This next-generation can expect to change jobs and professions multiple times across many new emerging sectors; and continuously upskill to stay employable.
The question “What do you want to be when you graduate?” is not relevant for today’s students. “What are you going to do next to learn & adapt?” is the question in this era of rapid change, AI, and automation. Work and learning are no longer two separate things. They’re part of a continuous journey to economic mobility and career agility.
In the meantime, the education system is being unbundled. Alongside traditional universities and high-schools, a growing number of future-forward learning pathways are emerging as a cheaper & more rapid way for students to find a path to meaningful employment.
Students & career development services in high schools & universities need a trusted guide to navigate the new exciting pathways landscape. FUTURE FIT platform & programs make it easier for students and their career development services to keep ahead of the curve, choose their NEXT STEP, and thrive in the future of work.
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We are committed to making our programs accessible for free to every student, everywhere in the world.
We believe that preparing the NEXT GEN to the future of work is a collective responsibility of all of us: schools, universities, governments, international organizations, private companies, and civil society.
Students build a team of peers and mentors, who will help them take their next step
The education system is in crisis; it is losing its relevance & students can’t plan their next steps forward the way other generations could in the past. Thriving in the future of work now means continuously navigating the unknown:
(1) new problems to find and solve;
(2) new skills, capabilities, and mindsets to learn.
(3) Emerging technologies to use.
No one person can face this complexity alone. FUTURE FIT is a community of NextGen educators, coaches, peers & mentors. Students receive team-based career development coaching that will help them take the bold next steps; gain in-demand skills, competencies, and mindsets; build the future they want to live in.
REINVENT EDUCATION FOR LIFE-LONG LEARNING & EMPLOYABILITY FOR ALL
ACCELERATE THE TRANSITION TO A ZERO CARBON WORLD
SUPPORT THE GROWTH OF EQUITABLE, INCLUSIVE AND JUST SOCIETIES
DEVELOP A.I. & TECH SOLUTIONS
EMPOWERING EVERY HUMAN
MAKE HEALTHCARE AFFORDABLE, EFFECTIVE, AND PERSONALIZED FOR ALL
EXPLORE SPACE TO MAKE LIFE ON EARTH MORE SUSTAINABLE
EMERGING UNIVERSITY DEGREES
ONLINE CERTIFICATES & DEGREES
INTERNSHIPS & APPRENTICES
NGO WORK & VOLUNTEERING
GIG WORK & PROJECTS
Students connect with mentors & coaches that will help them
take their NEXT STEP
Students connect with peers
interested in working
on the same global challenge
Future Careers Expeditions
Virtual events for students and recent graduates to explore the emerging careers in the future of work. The Events are created by students for students to give them 21st-century up-to-date career advice and broaden their view of what opportunities they have for their next steps after graduation.
A 6-week virtual "future of work"-based learning experience where global teams of students (17 to 24) learn about the trends of the future of work & learning, practice the mindsets and the skills of the future ways of working, find new learning pathways, and build their professional roadmap.
The Future Fit platform makes it easier for students to find their next step based on the impact they want to have in the world. The platform features emerging learning and work pathways reviewed by their peers and centered around the most urgent global challenges. Students can discover mobile-first university degrees, tech-bootcamps, online microbachelor degrees, startup experiences; gig-economy platforms, virtual internships & apprenticeships, entrepreneurial gap years, corporate academies, and skill accelerators.
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