2023 Winning Teams
The NextGen Blueprint
Pathways Academy and IncluSips
People’s Choice Winner
2023 Winning Solution: The NextGen Blueprint
How can young adults be prepared for the changing future of work?
Does the solution address the needs of preparing young adults for the future of work and employment? /5
Does the solution offer increased access for young adults underrepresented in global learning, including but not limited to Black, indigenous, low-income, and students with disabilities? /5
Is the solution creative and innovative? /5
Is the solution implementable? /5
Future of Work
The University of Toronto is proud to host the third annual virtual Global Learning Case Competition from Feb 21-23, 2023. We are seeking students like you to help us imagine what the future of work looks like and design innovative and sustainable global solutions.
You will collaborate virtually in a team of four students over two days to brainstorm and design innovative, reciprocal, equitable and accessible approaches to the future of work. On day three, teams will present their concepts to a panel of judges – where the top three teams and the peoples’ choice winner will share in the prize of $5000.
- Engaging Guest Speakers
- Structured Support
- $5000 Total Prizes
Registration for 2023 is now closed.
|9:30AM EST||Welcome and Opening Remarks by Alexie Tcheuyap, Associate Vice-President and Vice-Provost, International Student Experience, University of Toronto|
|9:45AM EST||Schedule Overview, Instructions and Question Announcement|
|10:20AM EST||Keynote Address by Dr. Shelly Steward, Director of the Future of Work Initiative at the Aspen Institute|
|11:00AM EST||Ideation Activity by Alyssa Graham, Global Mobility Coordinator, International Student Centre and |
Andrew Sedmihradsky, Global Mobility Coordinator, International Education Centre, University of Toronto
|12PM EST||Team Breakout & Begin Solution Work|
|10AM EST||Working in Teams with Yaseen Ali, Learning Strategist, University of Toronto |
|11AM EST||UberEats Gift Cards Released (Canadian locations only)|
|3PM EST||Working in Teams with Yaseen Ali, Learning Strategist, University of Toronto |
|Ongoing||Structured Check-ins with GLCC Advisors|
|10AM EST||Solution Presentations Submission (max. 5 mins each)|
|4PM EST||Winners Announced|