What can businesses gain from employing at-risk youth, and showing them a path toward success? Listen to Gary Rabine describe a non-profit idea that aims to raise young people out of violence and poverty as they work for and learn from caring employers.
- Learn how, as an employee, to practice “smart planning” by building relationships with the leaders of your company.
- Learn how and why someone working in the mailroom in a company can make a direct connection with the CEO?
- Learn about the power of sharing your goals and aspirations with lots of people.
- Contact CEOs that might be on board with this project that are givers.
- Explain Gary’s idea and get them to make a commitment
- Get in touch with folks in the urban community that are givers and get them committed to the project.
- As an example, you could go into a community, gathering just 5 to 10 of the right community members that would be committed workers. Organize an event where they can meet with powerful CEOs.
- This is a great opportunity for younger kids, aged 16-18, coming from rough urban communities to spearhead a project and connect with important people.
- As an intrapreneur, introduce this project to your company as a way to create a structured onboarding system, something many companies are great need of.
- Look into creating a "seal" for a special type of corp or business that would use Gary’s system. Study how things work with B corps. What can be applied to this idea?
- Do a pilot of Gary’s project, starting with just 300-400 kids.
- By your 3rd year, extend the project to 1000 kids.
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