Whose fault is that? If college didn’t get you ready: speak up. We can take it.

We’re launching the Business Education Jam, a 60-hour online brainstorm, to prove just how well we can take it, too.

Register for the Jam and make your voice heard – it’s free and virtual.  Join for 10 minutes or a few hours.

Considering there were more 22-year-olds in the U.S. in 2013 than any other age, this is the perfect time to make sure you’re supported and prepared. You’re on the front lines of a shifting economy, and you have been since birth. As your generation rises in the ranks, business schools must update their teaching methods to keep up with you, the world’s go-getters, and arm students with the skills they need to succeed—from offering more opportunities to gain real-world experience to sending them across the globe to understand cultural impact on management. What are we missing? You know best.

The Jam isn’t just a place to complain either. This unique virtual environment gives you the chance to engage with employers around the world (Your future boss, perhaps?) in fascinating discussion forums and tell them how you work best so you can get to where you want to be, and so they can better support, utilize, and develop your innovative, creative, tech-savvy abilities.

Free

The Jam doesn’t cost anything and is open to everyone.

Flexible

Log in from anywhere at anytime over three days—for 10 minutes or 10 hours.

Forward-thinking

IBM will analyze every word and break them down into actionable next steps.

As a millennial, you are the future. You’re tuned into what knowledge and experiences are needed to thrive in the modern workplace more than anyone else. Raise your voice. You play a key role in shaping the Jam into a revolutionary conversation—one that prompts the kinds of ideas and research that will change the business world for the better.

96%

of Chief Academic Officers say their institution is somewhat or very effective at preparing students for the world of work

11%

of business leaders strongly agree that graduates have the knowledge they need

*according to the 2013 Gallup/Lumina Foundation Poll