Joe Klunder Education Challenge on JoeKlunder.org
Posted on September 7, 2017
As I begin to gain some momentum in my counseling, I want to be able to differentiate between for-profit and non-profit endeavors.
The for-profit enterprise will essentially be like the business model of a lawyer. Specifically, this means finding clients, setting up set services, boundaries, etc. with clients, and charging (either by the hour or per case).
However, the real reason that anyone is in teaching, or should be in teaching, is to make the world a better place.
Economically, when cities like Pittsburgh, Detroit, or Providence in the United States build hospitals and universities, it turns the communities into white collar service sector economies. More broadly, if we can do that globally, we can find ways to make sure everyone gets out of increasingly automated manual labor and into service jobs such as in the medical and teaching field.
That is where the “Joe Klunder Education challenge” of joeklunder.org comes into play. At the least, it wants to give free information out to help people get started on crucial skills such as English language, math, science, and social studies. More broadly, it wants to get supplies to those who need them most, as equipment potentiates labor. Lastly, it wants to bring skilled people to those communities to make the world a better place.
Visit joeklunder.org to give feedback, or even speak about potential donations.