A report from Dell Technologies suggests that 85 percent of jobs by 2030 do not currently exist. AI will unquestionably cause a paradigm shift in the way we work, but are graduates today going to be prepared for this future?
In our latest webinar, we sat down with experts to discuss what this future may look like for graduates as they enter the workforce and eventually grow into their careers.
Watch: AI and How to Prepare Students For Careers That Don’t Exist
In the video, our panelists speak on:
How the potential AI wins outweigh the threats to the future of work.
Ways students can better embrace AI as a tool for career growth.
Possible careers in the future that don't exist today.
- The importance of embracing an agile growth mindset when it comes to emerging technologies.
Providing great student experiences is at the heart of NSLS programming. Learn how we've connected with students across modalities at over 750 campuses and how easy it is to bring a chapter to your school.
Tech Humanist and Founder of KO Insights
A digital innovator for over 25 years, Kate is the founder of KO Insights, a strategic advisory firm committed to improving human experience at scale, even—and especially—in data-driven, algorithmically optimized, and AI-led interactions. Her world-leading clients have included Google, Adobe, IBM, Yale University, the city of Amsterdam, and the United Nations.
Kate’s prior roles include creating the first content management role at Netflix as one of the company’s first 100 employees; developing Toshiba America’s first intranet; leading cutting-edge experience optimization for Magazines.com; and founding [meta]marketer, a first-of-its-kind digital strategy, analytics, and experience optimization agency.
Author of five books including her latest, A Future So Bright, Kate’s insights and expertise have been featured in WIRED, CMO.com, USA Today, and many other outlets.
Dr. Vaughn Calhoun
Assistant Vice President and Dean of the Center for Academic Success at Seton Hall University
A former full-scholarship football student-athlete at Rutgers University, Dr. Calhoun is also a first-generation college graduate. He holds a Master of Public Policy and Administration from California State University Long Beach, as well as a Doctorate of Education from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Calhoun's expertise and insights have garnered him recognition and invitations to provide commentary on various platforms such as Fortune Magazine - Education Edition, The Chronicle of Higher Education, US News & World Report, The Huffington Post, NASPA Policy Blogs, and more.
Additionally, he actively contributes to the Student Affairs community as a member of NASPA, where he serves as the Region II Policy Blog Chair and the Region II Representative for the Black Diaspora Knowledge Community. He also contributes as a reviewer for the Journal of Education Human Resources.
Corey Andrew Powell
Content Marketing Manager and Podcast Host
Corey Andrew Powell is a copywriter, content producer, and podcast host. Having earned his bachelor's degree in media arts at New Jersey City University, Corey's work experience includes art direction, video production, video editing, music writing, and producing on-air promos for top national brands. He's also a published pop culture journalist and Grammy-voting member of the Recording Academy of Music. Corey utilizes his love of thoughtful conversation as the current host of the popular NSLS podcast, "Motivational Mondays."