The road to self-discovery is paved with many ups and downs, but nonetheless it is a remarkable journey that begins with education for every individual. Education has always been a part of McDonald’s DNA because it believes that today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders who will shape the bright future of society and so they have been supporting many students in their quest for education for many years.
Since 2000, McDonald’s has sought to conduct workshops for students from the Asian and Pacific American (APA) community, regardless of their ethnic, national, or financial background, and to provide thousands of scholarships, instead of thousands, by providing students with access to higher education and resources. Fulfill dreams.
McDonald’s launched today APA next, A platform that will help support Asian American students more holistically. The platform was launched with a new website and a new logo indicating the progress of the APIA community in the future.
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There has always been a generation gap, but recent research has shown that the needs of young people have changed over the years and so have their thought processes. Today’s children are exposed to a lot of information surrounded by digital technology from birth. According to a Deloitte’s report, Social chaos and technological transformation have created a “disrupted generation” and Millennium and General Z are fighting to find their safe haven, the symbol of their faith.
According to a report from Deloitte, it’s time to choose a career for themselves as opposed to their parents General Z is more likely to be driven by emotion than by money And interested in a career that will help them integrate their hobbies into their profession.
Adolescence is a time when adolescents are trying to make a name for themselves with physical, emotional, emotional and social changes. Most adolescents are able to navigate through minor conflicts these years, but many second-generation Asian Americans are often trapped between two different, often hostile cultures, resulting in conflicting emotions that make it difficult to establish their own identities.
Despite the fact that most of the students of APIA excel in academics, lately, many of them are being ignored by the admission officers of various colleges and universities as they are limited in other qualities and curricula besides their academics. So that they don’t miss out on opportunities to get in their way, these students need to find the right direction that will help them create a niche for themselves and be the answer to McDonald’s APA next education program!
APA Next consists of four pillars that help APIA students discover their true potential:
- Content series: Having zero in on their ‘Major’ has won half the battle for many confused youngsters who keep changing their goals. From July-October, as part of this series, variables who have successfully worked out strategies at this stage of their lives will share their experiences with General Z on how to find their areas of interest and create an action plan so that new students can easily get in their way. Transcends.
- Workshop: This year McDonald’s will reach more students through the Virtual Workshop, where education experts and past students will share tips that will enable parents and their wards to navigate through the application process that makes them easily different from others in their home country.
- Scholarship: APA NEXT will provide 1 year or 4 year scholarships to eligible candidates to assist them through their respective colleges or universities. Scholarships will be open for application from September 2021 to January 2022 and will be announced in September 2022 before the start of the new term.
- Mentorship Program: Through this program, APA Next will engage students with professionals in their areas of interest, ranging from industry to business and advertising to HR. Professionals will not only provide guidance to their mentors but also give practical and valuable tips and a roadmap for proficiency in their chosen career.
It is important for students to create their own unique identity in order to be successful in life. The strength of the Asia-Pacific community lies in their cultural roots and strong family support. It is important for parents to understand that no matter how much ‘wireless’ technology makes this new generation ‘wireless’, they are at a risky crossroads in life where they need help.
McDonald’s hopes that with a little help from APA Next and the right direction from parents, students can not only find out for themselves and what they are good at, but also make it big in this world.
For more information about the program and to open up a world of opportunities, visit: http://apanext.com
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