Youth, Skills, & the Workforce of the Future
How can disadvantaged youth learn the skills they need to prepare them for the workforce of the future and thrive in the 21st century?
Challenge Leadership Group
Global Director of Social Innovation, Teach For All
Director of Employment Policy, International Labor Organization
Executive Producer, Inclusive Innovation Competition (IIC), MIT
CEO of Queen Rania Foundation (UK), Executive Chairman of Edraak.org
Global Strategy Director, Global Business Coalition for Education
President and CEO, Jobs for the Future
CEO, Jasmine Social Investments
Director of Development, T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health
Professor and Director of the Scheller Teacher Education Program and The Education Arcade, MIT
Associate Dean of Digital Learning & Executive Director J-WEL, MIT
Director of Programmes and Advocacy, Malala Fund
73rd Governor of Delaware
Director of Breakthrough Innovation Partnerships, Save the Children
Senior Fellow, Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions
Director of the Office of Global Innovation, UNICEF
Workplace Experience Associate, Atlassian | Atlassian Prize Judge
Managing Director, Global Head of Strategy and Innovation for Corporate Citizenship, Accenture
Chairman of the Board, Varkey Foundation
Vice President for Open Learning, MIT
Vice President, Worldwide Education, HP, Inc.
Director of Learning Innovation, MIT Media Lab
Global Education Vertical Manager, HP
Atlassian Prize Judges
DFAT Indo-Pacific Development Prize Judges
innovationXchange, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Deputy Secretary, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Assistant Secretary, innovationXchange, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Director of Innovation, innovationXchange, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Arts & Culture Mentorship Prize Judges
Founding Partner, Upstart Co-Lab
Director, Arts & Industries Building, Smithsonian Institution
Executive Director of Arts Initiatives and of the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST)
Creative Director, Education Arcade; Research Director, MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing Program
Executive Director, Ingenuity
Solutions will be evaluated based on the following criteria.
The solution addresses the challenge that has been set forth using technology.
The solution can be grown and scaled to affect the lives of more people.
Potential for Impact
The planned implementation of the solution has the potential to impact lives, and the theory behind how it will work makes logical sense.
This is a new technology, a new application of a technology, or a new process for solving the challenge.
It is feasible to implement the solution, and the team has a plan for the solution to sustain itself financially.