­
  • imerit-learning-bookshelf_sm

Why I Care About Self-Learning, and You Should Too

I wholeheartedly believe in the power of self-learning. This conviction comes from a very personal place. When my daughter was in grade two, I wasn’t happy with the math curriculum at her school. At that time, I was traveling a lot for work and, though I may have wanted to, I could not direct the [...]

  • focus-on-learning infographic

Young Workers are Struggling; it’s Affecting Your Business

Youth around the world face challenges previous generations have not. No matter how much work they put in, many graduate ill-equipped for careers. Educational systems around the world aren’t reliably preparing youth for today’s careers, much less those of tomorrow. This lack of job-ready skills holds true in the U.S., just as much as it [...]

September 8th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |
  • Computer Skill Training

Is Skill Training the Key to Digital Inclusion?

New technologies, more inclusion It feels as if new and diverse technologies are continually arising (and in some cases disappearing). In some parts of the world, new technology brings excitement and an easier way of life. In others, new technologies might leave out entire communities. Rural and suburban areas of developing countries, which often have [...]

April 14th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |
  • Metiabruz-group2

Analyzing Sentiment in Metiabruz: What Training Looks Like

Get a behind-the-scenes views from John Simpson, iMerit's 2015-16 AIF Clinton Fellow. I catch the 42B bus from Lake Gardens to Metiabruz in the morning, feeling every bump in the road as the bus bounces along. People jump on, people jump off, and all the while the ticket collector is snapping his wad of tickets [...]

Load More Posts

Want to keep in touch? Pick a platform and follow our updates.