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Katie Vander Ark

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Katie is a education and innovation enthusiast. Follow her on Twitter at @kvanderark.

10 Simple Steps for GenDIYers to Find Meaningful Work

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By utilizing relationships through a social entrepreneurship fellowship, plus a support system of close friends and mentors, a GenDIYer redefined his quarter-life “crisis” into a quarter-life breakthrough.

Most Likely to Succeed Concludes a 50 State Tour

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Executive Producer Ted Dintersmith is concluding his 50 State Tour for the film Most Likely to Succeed with stops in West Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Badging for Business: Next-Gen Professional Learning in the Workplace

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In this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Intrepid Learning makes the case that professional learning should not only deliver value to businesses with innovative approaches to PD, but also provide next-gen employees with credentialing that can be carried throughout their careers.

Tell Your Story: Generation Do-It-Yourself Pathways for School & Career

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Were you labeled “nontraditional” or “alternative”? Do you have tell the people in your life that you had to do things your own way? If so, we’d like to share your GenDIY story.

Boosting Training, Education and Qualifications

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Sebastien Turbot explains the need to boost training, education and level of qualifications for workers globally to meet the needs of employers and equip students with the necessary skills to find employment.

‘Most Likely to Succeed’ Tours all 50 States

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Executive Producer Ted Dintersmith embarks on the second half of his 50 State Tour with Most Likely to Succeed with stops in the Northeast and Northwest meeting with Governors, Superintendents, parents, students and schools.

Ted Dintersmith On The Future of School

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Education advocate Ted Dintersmith is on a 50 state tour talking about the movie he produced, Most Likely to Succeed, hoping to spark conversations about schools that inspire and engage.

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