A Better World | Mitchell Rabin

Mitchell Rabin’s Roundtable w/ students of the Open Future Institute

Education these days has been so compromised for so many reasons over the past several decades that has led to poor education,, not just intellectually, emotionally and spiritually.  Gerard Senehi perceived this problem and its implications for our collective future and set out to do something about it.  He and co-founder Francesca Rusciani, started The Open Future Institute.

Today’s show is a Roundtable with Gerard and three students who are going through high school and the Open Future Institute.

A few words from their website: 

At Open Future Institute we believe that cultural values, worldviews, and ways of defining meaning are at the heart of the human journey. Evolving these “invisible” systems is the key to making room for the possibilities ahead and solving many of the all-too-visible problems that confront us.

Our vision begins with education. The QUESTion Project empowers young people to explore their values, worldviews and aspirations, while developing the courage to forge their own identity and future with meaning and purpose. It addresses the most important questions and choices that young people face as they become young adults and begin to take responsibility for their own life and future. It enables them to question and define their outlook on life, pursue their deepest aspirations, and define their role in making the world a better place.

By engaging youth with some of life’s biggest questions, we empower the change-makers of today and tomorrow to shape their lives with inspiration, meaning and purpose.

Marielis Munoz: Marielis is a QUESTion project  founding member who served as a Teacher assistant for the QUESTion project after taking the class herself, she has been studying radiology after high school and dreams of one day opening a art studio for children with disabilities and depression.

Justin Medina: Justin works and studies full time as an apprentice to become a journeyman electromechanical tech, recently he has joined the youth advisory council as a founding member.

Natalia Inoa: Natalia is QUEStion project founding member, studying computer science at Hunter College. After high school, she has been a passionate Ambassador and Alumni Leader for the QUESTion project.

Mitchell Rabin is the Founder, President and CEO of A Better World Promotions & Media, with a background in psychology  stress management, acupuncture and social entrepreneurship. He is a counselor, and executive coach all as a means of educating and inspiring clients and students alike to lead others by modeling humane, eco-sensitive and integrity-based values.  He has been a consultant to business leaders and CEOs of green and health-oriented start-ups over the past  25 years. He is an impassioned environmentalist and social entrepreneur using media, the cultural arts & business as agents for change. .

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