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Sure, it’s fab to have an excused day off from school, even
if you get roped in to reorganizing Dad’s file cabinet at the office. What many
companies are starting to do, however, is to create a day-long program to teach
kids about their biz. The purpose? To excite the future generations about their
own roles in the workplace, whether they get into the family business or strike
out on their own path.
This year’s theme is “Invent the Future.” It’s all about
creating an original concept that’ll transform the bland into the brilliant.
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