We've done the research.

The world is rapidly evolving and education is not keeping up. Young people are not being taught the skills they need for the Future of Work. By 2030, over 70% of young people will have to be significantly reskilled.

We want to change that. We’re on a mission to equip every young Australian with the skills they need for the future World of Work.

We understand Generation Z.

Prior to FMN, we worked with leading educators to design learning environments that helped young people to thrive. We poured through hundreds of research papers and learnt from thought-leaders in the Future of Work all the way in Malaysia. But most importantly, we had conversations with youth.

Our programs are fully co-designed with youth for youth. We’re strong believers that if we want to shape the future, we can’t do it alone. We need the biggest, brightest, and sometimes youngest minds in the room to do just that.

Supporting young people during COVID19.

COVID-19 has been a time of social isolation, disengagement and uncertainty for young people.

We wanted to better understand how we could support youth during this time and so we spent two whole days connecting with young people to understand the challenges they were facing. 

The “Hacking COVID19: Youth” report gives a deep-dive into how young people have been affected amidst the COVID-19 crisis and how we can translate their insights into powerful and innovative solutions.

The future of work is changing.

We’ve poured through hundreds of reports to find the most relevant and reliable sources around Industry 4.0, the future World of Work and youth employment.

This undeniable, evidence-backed research from institutions like the World Economic Forum are the core foundations of our program. Here are the cold hard facts: