Rappler Talk: Millennials, technology, advocacy
MANILA, Philippines – Whether they’re typing copy from an office cubicle, developing an app, traveling around the country to reach marginalized communities, or creating a thought-provoking film, millennials want one thing: positive change, whether in themselves or for others.
According to a recent global survey by the World Economic Forum, most millennials see the world as full of opportunities, and they trust themselves most to solve local challenges.
Clarissa Delgado, CEO of Teach for the Philippines, and Gian Dela Rama, co-founder and CEO of Innovantage, work with a lot of millennials. On Tuesday, September 13, they will talk with Rappler’s David Lozada on how this generation is shaping their respective fields of education and technology – and why being a millennial is really not as bad as what people would think.
Clarissa and Gian are also our panelists for Rappler’s Move Awards. Nominations are ongoing until September 16.
Bookmark this page on Tuesday, 1:30 pm to watch our interview with Gian and Clarissa live. You may also send in your questions using the hashtag #MillennialPH. – Rappler.com
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