12.13.21 / Education

Rewriting the Future: Education

Talking Points

  • The time to shape our collective success in the post-pandemic future is now.
  • As part of a “Rewriting the Future” video series, Samsung employees share their views on how to address the vulnerabilities that have been presented and examine the opportunities that lie ahead.
  • “Whether developing more efficient vehicles, purifying water, or combatting global warming, real-world problems that we face today and into the future require STEM solutions.” – Diane Ashby, Mobile B2B

As we move beyond the pandemic and look to build a more equitable, sustainable, and enriched community for all in 2022, the time to shape our collective success in the post-pandemic future is now. Foresight in this moment calls for a rewrite of the future by both addressing the vulnerabilities that have been presented in the last 19 months and examining the opportunities that lie ahead. As part of a multi-part video series, Samsung employees across business areas have been sharing their views on the future of innovation, sustainability, diversity & inclusion, and health & well-being. And this is their take on education.

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