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Monthly Platform to Showcase Talented Youth Voices from Around the World

Monthly Platform to Showcase Talented Youth Voices from Around the World

CMRubinWorld’s Global Search for Education recently announced a new project that will feature talented youth voices from bloggers living around the world.

Millennial Bloggers, which will begin at the end of the month, will feature a series of young people who are passionate about entrepreneurship, journalism, education, entertainment, academic scholarship and more.

"Each month,” said CMRubinWorld in a statement, "they will share their perspectives on global problems such as migration, jobs, violence, exploitation, inclusive education, environmental devastation, equity, and health.”

Each blogger has roots in unique locations, and all are world travelers who are familiar with education on a global scale.

"These remarkable young people have produced shows and founded companies. They have been featured on Forbes ‘Asia 30 Under 30’ list and honored by Asian Women of Achievement Awards. They have been awarded numerous scholarships and fellowships. They hold Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral degrees. They run schools and train educators in underprivileged communities. They have taught all over the globe in environments ranging from maximum security prisons to elementary schools,” the statement says.

“Youth voices have always been a part of our global series,” comments CMRubinWorld founder Cathy Rubin in the statement, “but now we wish to expand and give youth a more prominent platform to share perspectives and creative solutions to the societal trends shaping our collective future.”

For those unfamiliar with CMRubinWorld, it’s mission for the past six years has been to “explore what kind of education would prepare students to succeed in a rapidly changing globalized world,” just as these youth bloggers are all focused on exploring, as well.

More about the respective bloggers’ backgrounds can be found here.

Nicole Gorman, Senior Education World Contributor

8/17/2016

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