EducationUSA is going to run a campaign on 'Envisioning Bangladesh in Next 50 Years: Designing the Roadmap' from June to December.
In the last 50 years, the American Alumni Community of Bangladesh has been made up of founders, CEOs, entrepreneurs, government and non-government officials, change-makers and what not. Being the official source on US Higher Education, EducationUSA at the EMK Center is reaching out to the Bangladeshi born American Alumni Community who are serving as the leading professionals in their respective sectors in different countries; to learn about how they would like to see their motherland after 50 years from now.
Hence, EducationUSA at the EMK Center will be organising eight events featuring successful graduates from America who made significant contributions to the community. To envision Bangladesh in the next 50 years, these events will design the roadmaps for some of the crucial areas to work on in order to ensure steady and uninterrupted future progression.
The campaign will cover themes like, Insights from the Experts: Projecting Future of Education; Navigating Academic Pathways to the Future of Jobs; Envisioning Health Sector; Rise of Data Detective; Connecting IT, AI and other dots; The Future of Design and Innovation; Future of Trade, business policy, and investment. The speakers will address how their academic and professional journey helped them to shine in their role to serve the community on a larger scale and how they are projecting Bangladesh after 50 years from now on.
This campaign by EducationUSA is projected to produce outputs on how in the next 50 years Bangladesh can be a universal example to all others on how it became a dominating global powerhouse that disapproves of elitism, rewards merit, gets rid of stringent bureaucracies, promotes a culture of customer service within the public sector, and embraces technology.