Tuesday, April 19, 2016

2016 search of MIT

research has shown that MIT alumni are the greatest startup creators of all usa universities

but when you are at MIT, who do you connect with first to help job creation - this is one of our most urgent mapping exercises in 2016 = help welcome! further ref kiehl    jobscompetitions

Chuck Vollmer invited me to join his search for the greatest job creators-

out of the washington DC region Chuck www.jobenomics.com has spent much of his life doing this  his cable tv partner Sam Hancock of EmeraldPlanet.tv- Chuck expects to help public servants  (starting with those in communities of great need of under 30s jobs such as harlem and baltimore) in usa create at least 20 million jobs through specific small enterprise models whose microfranchises are already catalogued starting with many green and cloud-led markets sustainable youth communities value most

Chuck has invited me to map all of asia and especially how china can help all sustainability youth linkin in most productive decade

His target for me is to arrange a jobenomics interview with jack ma - the man from the birth of the internet in china on his first 100 million job mission out of ali baba

friends tell me the greatest sustainability goal jobs creation network is in bangladesh at www.brac.net which I research our  first under 30s exchange with next week



some crioical population notes for jobs and youth sustainability
half the world is under 30
half the world lives within 30000 miles of beijing

what does your jobs creating community see as the first way we can collaborate and host an open space around

current dialogues
with vatican university youth community
with dubai and UAE youth community
with Tsingua youth community
with MIT youth community
with Women4Empowerment youth community


Monday, April 18, 2016

today brookings the famous economics network in the heart of washington dc hosyted its annual global education summit

so who could be the greatest job creator at this summit

some of the proceedings- help us see who values education as the 21st C economy