I returned recently from a trip to India. We were there to film part of a new documentary called The Millennial Dream. We wanted to see how millennials and an emerging culture of social entrepreneurship in a city of 1.5 million people could inspire us back home. The documentary records New Brunswick’s journey toward becoming Canada’s mecca for millennials or “digital natives” who want to create and work in impact organizations that aim to improve the world we live in. It’s a bold and necessary vision, especially since, for the first time, deaths now outnumber births in N.B. The constant stream of young people sleepwalking out of our province as soon as they graduate doesn’t help either.
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By Chris Morris, Telegraph-Journal, February 17, 2015
FREDERICTON • An advocate for training New Brunswick kids in the language of computers, or coding, says it should take as little as three years to have students from kindergarten to Grade 12 learning the high-tech lingo. Read full article...