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Molly Snyder
Helping Schools Prepare Students for the Future of Work
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Molly Snyder 17h
Replying to @WhenISayJ
Although, this wasn’t specifically for me - thank you for this recommendation! Loved this: “It was a system designed to withstand her refusal to comply . . . .” Sadly, that’s so true, of too many places of employment.
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Molly Snyder Jun 15
Replying to @NBCMonica
It’s times like this when T. Swift seems like a genius. Apparently, someone in your feed needs a reminder that we all have crowns!
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Mari Copeny Jun 14
Dear Presidential Candidates....everyone should agree to doing a debate where all the questions are asked by the youth. From climate change to police brutality. We won’t hold back on asking the tough questions..
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Molly Snyder Jun 15
Maybe the minds of those commenters don’t change, but as a mom of student athletes, I can say I learn a lot & have a better understanding of all the challenges. So, I say it’s worth it! (Full disclosure - I’m a proud USHS grad too - which might create some bias!)
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Molly Snyder Jun 14
This week’s blog post - why I’m advocating for tomorrow’s workers today.
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Molly Snyder Jun 14
Ha! You got this Jaguar football mom clicking on the ❤️ thinking it was career advice! Leave it to the Kights to be the source of awesome advice -- for sports and life!!!
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Jay Clouse Jun 13
you’re never going to think, “I wish I helped fewer people.” Start helping and supporting today.
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Molly Snyder Jun 13
Yes! Whether we're talking about today's work or tomorrow's work, we need all parties at the policy making table.
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Molly Snyder Jun 13
Replying to @alexanderrusso
Are the numbers right? Yes. But, the article doesn't clearly provide the context of the polling question. Context matters. I believe this ↓ was the question, based on the link in the article. Maybe the other types of schooling just have better PR/marketing/branding.
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Molly Snyder Jun 13
I hereby nominate as Chief Talent Officer. "Talent is abundant, far more abundant than you can possibly imagine.If you cannot find talented people who look different from the existing pool you’re either not looking or cannot recognize talent"
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Molly Snyder Jun 12
Discussions about the jobs of tomorrow should include tomorrow’s workers! Thank you for giving today’s kids a seat at the table. An opportunity to be heard. And, an even bigger thanks to for seizing the opportunity to share your perspective!
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John Herrman Jun 12
Don't often do this but if I'm going to stay on Twitter I might as well get some use out of it! I'm looking for stories about how the arrival of workplace chat has played out in different sorts of companies. Good, bad, or just surprising. I'm at john.herrman at nytimes dot com
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Molly Snyder Jun 12
Fact is, most people have to work. Thus, to some extent education is for developing kids that can succeed at work. But, their success should be defined on their terms, by their ambitions, not the employers. Let’s hear from recent grads about what skills really matter. To them!
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Molly Snyder Jun 11
Replying to @MaryMollySnyder
How workers are becoming more disconnected from their employers. How workers will have career journeys that are more like a winding climb up a mountain than a straight climb up a ladder. Today's kids should know about and be prepared for that -- not made-up job descriptions.
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Molly Snyder Jun 11
Replying to @MaryMollySnyder
Existing probation officers will simply be expected to learn something new. Expecting workers to learn something new has been true throughout the history of work. The is not about job descriptions. It's about how work itself is changing.
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Molly Snyder Jun 11
Putting "cyber" in the title of an existing job doesn't make it a "job of the future." The world won't need special cyber-certified juvenile probation officers just for monitoring youthful cyber criminals.
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Molly Snyder Jun 11
Check out how ⁦⁩ chooses to approach the “Starting in fall 2019, Carthage automatically enrolls all new students in The Aspire Program, a four-year career development program.” ⁦
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Molly Snyder Jun 11
Q: How do people adapt for jobs of the future? A: Be adaptable. There is no one skill. There is no one career for the . But, building the will help ease the transition.
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Molly Snyder Jun 11
Replying to @dawnintheworld
😱😱😱 I read the proposed standards. Then I reviewed the list of about 35 of the writers. I was on board. I thought this was something I could trust. Writers were educators. Not think tanks. Not big business. Not typical “experts.” But, Ohio’s educators. Was I wrong?
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Molly Snyder Jun 11
Yes, it’s true . . . Liz will empower you! Proceed at your own risk!!!
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