In our rapidly changing, hyper-connected world, the information and communication technology industry is driving economic growth, innovation and job creation.
Should entrepreneurial skills be taught in the core curriculum of schools around the world? Yes. Is classroom based teaching sufficient to prepare people – young or old – to start or grow a business? No.
On July 30, 2015, Making Cents International hosted the first #YouthEO Twitter chat in partnership with MasterCard Foundation, Udemy, EDC, Management Systems International and Microfinance Gateway.
Making Cents International is forming and facilitating a network of organizations who offer demand-driven training for digital jobs and job placement to disadvantaged, high potential youth.
In recent weeks, unprecedented acts of cruelty and violence have dominated world headlines in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries where we work, including Tunisia (i) and Yemen.
A unicycle is a very simple machine that lack breaks, gears, or chains. It looks fun to ride, but it actually takes great skill to keep balanced because it does almost nothing on its own.
How do you assess which knowledge management activity offers value to you?
In collaboration and with the support of the Citi Foundation, Making Cents International brought together an expert stakeholder group to discuss challenges and opportunities at the nexus of urbanization and youth economic opportunity development.
Many development programs do not sufficiently factor in gender. Here’s how to do things differently.