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Opportunity Wrangling for Equity and Inclusion

It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. And who do teenagers know? Networks matter. Teens need networks to land internships and other learning opportunities to explore their passions, build resumes, and find future employment opportunities. But not all networks are equal, and the achievement gap continues to grow. This holds some youth back, impacting future employability and success. Learn how to leverage the social capital of your school to help build equitable networks for all students.

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  1. The value in future prototyping through real world learning experiences that allow high school students to explore passions and career fields.
  2. How leveraging your personal and institutional social capital increases equity and inclusion by expanding access of networks to “weak ties."
  3. How to support high school students in career inquiry and development of passions.


  • Neva Geisler, Opportunity Wrangler, One Stone


Neva Geisler, Opportunity Wrangler, One Stone

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