View webinar on a new study highlighting opportunities for businesses to address the youth skills gap and transform the future workforce.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming the type of work people do, and how it is done. While it offers new opportunities, many of today’s 1.8 billion youth worldwide youth stand to be left behind. To address this issue, Deloitte and the Global Business Coalition for Education have co-authored a new research study, which highlights opportunities for the business community to address the youth skills gap and develop the workforce of the future.
Focused on SDG 4 (Quality Education) and SDG 8 (Decent Work & Economic Growth), this webinar will share with you an example of a company collaborating with businesses, government, and educators to transform learning and enable individuals to access the skills they really need to meet future job demands.
In this webinar, Sarah Chapman, the Director, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, will share key insights from the new research report, as well as how Deloitte, through the WorldClass initiative, is committed to empowering 50 million people through education, skills development and access to opportunity.
Sarah Chapman is the Director of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability at Deloitte, one of the leading professional services firms. Sarah has significant international experience across the US and the Asia-Pacific region specializing in building innovative community and social impact programs that create shared economic and societal value. Sarah has a Ph.D. in Corporate Responsibility from the University of Technology Sydney, a Masters in Management from Bond University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Western Ontario. Sarah also serves on the board of Volunteer Canada.