Friday, April 24, 2020

Register for the 'The Future of Work for Gen Z' webinar on Wednesday, April 29

The University of Minnesota Alumni Association (UMAA) will host the webinar "The Future of Work for Gen Z" to explore and better understand existing research regarding questions, challenges, and opportunities for the future workforce on Wednesday, April 29 at noon.
Explore the future work force!

The University of Minnesota Alumni Association (UMAA) will host the webinar "The Future of Work for Gen Z" to better explore and and understand existing research regarding questions, challenges, and opportunities for this future work force.

Webinar: The Future of Work for Gen Z
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Noon CDT
Register

The webinar will take an in-depth look of early findings around questions, challenges, and opportunities for solutions based on five key themes:
  • Student debt
  • Communication styles
  • Diversity
  • Mission-driven work
  • Career pathways
Presenters also will draw from recent conversations with Gen Z students and recent graduates regarding COVID-19 and how the ongoing pandemic is shaping their experiences as young professionals.

Frances Huntley is a Research Analyst for the GREATER MSP Partnership and fellow University of Minnesota alumnus. Huntley has a bachelor’s degree in global studies and holds a Master of Public Policy degree from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

Emily Fitzsimmons is the engagement manager for Make It. MSP., the Greater MSP Partnership’s strategic initiative to make the Greater Minneapolis-Saint Paul region (Greater MSP) one of the country’s top destinations for talent. Emily is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College, Saint Peter, Minn.

UMAA webinars and online sessions are free to University students and alumni, and most are also free and available to the public.

For the schedule of all upcoming UMAA webinars and online sessions, visit the UMAA Virtual Events webpage.

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