Empowering the youth
We are driving blockchain awareness at different schools. Students ought to be in the "know" of what this technology is all about from the basics. Let us joins hands to secure the future today by empowering the youth.
International Council Of Registered Blockchain Professionals (ICORBP), in partnership with Blockchain Breeders, officially launched the pilot of the Blockchain Internship Program on March 1, 2022. The program’s mission is to educate youth and young adults about Blockchain technology. There are youth from Ethiopia, Egypt, Nigeria, Eritrea, and South Sudan participating in the pilot program.
This is a youth program housed by Alt+U's College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) in a consortium with the International Council of Registered Blockchain Professionals (ICORBP) and Blockchain Breeders of Africa.
This program is ladderized and microcredential-based.
Blockchain technology is a distributed database that records transactions between participants without requiring a central authority to keep track of them. Due to the decentralized nature of the technology, it is not subject to the whims of any man or organization. The blockchain's popularity has resulted in its broad adoption across a variety of industries, including finance, healthcare, and supply chain management. While these are all excellent applications, one of the most critical uses of blockchain technology is in adolescent education. Blockchain technology has the potential to change a wide variety of businesses and may have a profound effect on society as a whole. Consider the following persuasive reasons why blockchain education is critical for youth:
It can help students learn about computer programming and how digital systems work.
It gives a general history of money and banking, which can help students understand how economies work.
It teaches students about the importance of digital security and how to keep their personal information safe when they are online.
It can make students more aware of important issues like global warming, sustainability, and the environment.
It teaches students how to utilize computers, hence expanding future opportunities.
It can help students improve their critical thinking skills, which are important for both success in life and school.
October 28, 2021: Blockchain Breeder and International Council of Registered Blockchain Professionals signed a partnership agreement on Blockchain education certification
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