It’s likely that Generation Z already shops for your products and knows all about your industry. Although the oldest among them have just reached the mid-20s mark, they enjoy tremendous spending power: According to a deep-dive report from Millennial Marketing, Gen Z boosts the economy by up to $143 billion.
While it’s good to take some time to relax during summer breaks, if you want your child to be a competitive applicant, you should enroll them in activities during this time off in order to help boost their overall profile.
For so many of us, whether or not we ever attended, the phrase, “summer camp” evokes images of sun, sports, crafts, mosquitoes, bonfires, swimming pools, and throngs of active kids in shorts and t-shirts, forming new friendships and making the most of the warm weather. But what if, in addition to summer fun, enduring friendships, and new skills, the camp experience could go even deeper, farther, and mean much more to the lives and futures of your children?
“Entrepreneur” isn’t a title, it’s a mindset. It means you’re always on the lookout for opportunity, and you don’t shy away from taking a risk for a potential reward. Whether you’re an executive at a major company or you’re about to interview for your very first job, an entrepreneurial mindset will make you a more desirable employee, and whether you have an advanced degree or a GED, an entrepreneurial mindset will help get you where you want to go.
People are often surprised to hear that Arvind Aravindhan has had only one full-time teaching job. “Why leave somewhere if you’re happy?” he said with a smile. A first-term member of the USTA Middle States Board of Directors, Aravindhan has been coaching at the Julian Krinsky School of TEnnis (JKST) since 1990. Growing up as a high-level player in India, his experience in the college ranks and on the pro tour quickly transitioned into coaching.
Generation Z has been called the “loneliest generation,” and there’s quite a bit of data to back it up. Loneliness and isolation can actually be as harmful as smoking, so researchers are understandably interested in identifying trends that indicate their presence. So far, the findings are looking somewhat grim.
While some parents send their kids off to summer camp to run and play outside, others have plunked down more than $4,000 to send their kids off to play video games. For two weeks this summer, about three dozen kids from around the country, and even some from as far away as Asia, came to Philly to sit in front of computer screens and play and learn all about the esports industry at a summer camp offered by N3rd Street Gamers and Julian Krinsky Camps.
Run by N3rd Street Gamers and Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs, the unique camp isn’t just a place for young gamers to spend two weeks glued to screens and rattling off key combos. The camp infuses training, nutrition, speakers and activities to teach esports players skills they need to find success that goes beyond…
Small businesses are the backbone of the modern economy, and today’s youngest generation has noticed. Studies of Generation Z reveal a strong entrepreneurial spirit. Furthermore, Gen Zers’ parents are encouraging skill development that’s important for entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurism is on the rise, with a higher number of Millennials starting and running their own businesses than their parents before them. But what of the generation after them — those born after 1997? They may be a bit young for formal work trend studies, but there are already signs they’re just as capable of great things …
Most parents today work, and in almost half of two-parent families, both parents have full-time jobs. Work tends to come first, and 39% of mothers and a full 50% of fathers report feeling that they aren’t able to spend enough time with their kids…
Do conversations with your offspring begin with a blank stare, as if they suddenly stopped understanding the English language? This was the first clue something had changed in our house. I started getting drawn-out “ugggh…” noises, followed by eye rolls and lightning-fast departures — all before I could finish my latest tirade…
While this passion for sports may seem timeless, the introduction of new technology in the industry is changing how sports are played, viewed, and monetized. The following uses of tech are having the biggest impact on the sports industry today. 1. Esports is showing how tech can ‘buff’ the sports industry.
If the sky’s the limit this summer —we have the summer camp list for you! From camps that offer pro-level golf and tennis instruction to those that let kids live aboard a yacht, it’s not all campfire songs and mosquito bites for some lucky kids. Scroll through to read about some of the most luxury summer out there.
Recruiting the right talent can be a daunting task, but it’s a critical one. When making hiring decisions, look not only for past achievements but at what candidates can do for your team down the road. That requires imagination and an effective interview process.
Today’s summer camps aren’t what they used to be. They’re now designed to be adventurous, educational, athletic, thought-provoking experiences that help lead children and teens toward their future. These summer camps also give Gen Zers the opportunity to improve their soft skills, something that has been increasingly hard…
Generation Z is certainly shaking things up! When compared to Millennials and their Gen X counterparts, Gen Zers are driving less, taking on fewer part-time gigs, and staying home instead of hanging out with their buddies, according to a study in the journal “Child Development”….
Leaders have spent so much time focusing on how to engage Millennials that most of them forget about Generation Z — the next wave of people (those born between 1995 and the mid- 2000’s) just beginning to enter the workforce. Gen Z is already separating itself from Millennials when it comes to workplace demands.
Millennials, make room for the 82 million new kids on the block. Generation Z has crashed the party, changed the playlist, and revamped the atmosphere. It’s their time to bask in the spotlight — and perplex their primarily Generation X parents.
Generation Z, consisting of individuals born after 1995, is beginning to move into the spotlight now that they make up over a quarter of the U.S. population. By 2020, that number is expected to increase to a third, which means the $44 billion Gen Zers contribute to the U.S. economy annually…