Advanced Driver Assistance System Training for the Future

Advanced Driver Assistance System Training for the Future

Addresses the issue of training youth and teens by training
teachers that can impact youth and teens to enter new career
opportunities in automobile technologies. Cars, trucks, SUVs
are controlled by technologies and microchips that constantly
think, reason, and make decisions to keep cars and passengers
safe. Systems like these are for assistance in driving not taking
over the responsibilities of driving.

This opens new opportunities for Black, Brown, and Hispanic
youth and teens that enjoy being involved in computer technology environments and want new careers.  The coming changes with
driverless buses for public transportation will change how people
travel not only in Jacksonville, but across the nation.

The changes in automobiles from passenger vehicles, SUVs,
and other vehicles there is a dramatic increase of technology
integration that will need technicians to manage, support and
upgrade these new assistance devices.
Currently there are no technicians trained in Jacksonville to
maintain the new driverless and driver assistant vehicles
coming soon to Jacksonville. FSCJ and Duval County Public
Schools hopes to change that with programs like this.

New technologies are allowing vehicles to be statistically
safer but require specific levels of technology knowledge.
These arising requirements are bringing sensors installed
that can assist the driver to be safer, and increasingly aware
of their surroundings while driving. Attending this week-long
training were William Jackson teacher with Duval County
Public Schools, an instructor with the GEARUP Program
designed to train middle school students in STEAMM.

Attending were other GEARUP instructors Briana Orsborn
graduate of FAMU, Johnnie Thomas graduate of
Johnson C Smith University and Jamaal Coleman graduate
of Duval County Public Schools.

All are employed with the GEARUP program in Duval County
Public Schools as well to support the learning of middle school
students across Jacksonville that attend Duval County Public
Schools.  The ADAS training builds the knowledge necessary to
inspire students in middle and high school to see where they
can fit in and take advantage of new career opportunities that
are in demand.

Youth, teen, and young adults should understand that with new
technologies are new opportunities to earn high salaries and
stability in growing economically, educationally and socially.
More information can be found https://fscj.edu/

 

Advanced Driver Assistance System Training for the Future

Advanced Driver Assistance System Training for the Future

Addresses the issue of training youth and teens by training
teachers that can impact youth and teens to enter new career
opportunities in automobile technologies. Cars, trucks, SUVs
are controlled by technologies and microchips that constantly
think, reason, and make decisions to keep cars and passengers
safe. Systems like these are for assistance in driving not taking
over the responsibilities of driving.

This opens new opportunities for Black, Brown, and Hispanic
youth and teens that enjoy being involved in computer technology environments and want new careers.  The coming changes with
driverless buses for public transportation will change how people
travel not only in Jacksonville, but across the nation.

The changes in automobiles from passenger vehicles, SUVs,
and other vehicles there is a dramatic increase of technology
integration that will need technicians to manage, support and
upgrade these new assistance devices.
Currently there are no technicians trained in Jacksonville to
maintain the new driverless and driver assistant vehicles
coming soon to Jacksonville. FSCJ and Duval County Public
Schools hopes to change that with programs like this.

New technologies are allowing vehicles to be statistically
safer but require specific levels of technology knowledge.
These arising requirements are bringing sensors installed
that can assist the driver to be safer, and increasingly aware
of their surroundings while driving. Attending this week-long
training were William Jackson teacher with Duval County
Public Schools, an instructor with the GEARUP Program
designed to train middle school students in STEAMM.

Attending were other GEARUP instructors Briana Orsborn
graduate of FAMU, Johnnie Thomas graduate of
Johnson C Smith University and Jamaal Coleman graduate
of Duval County Public Schools.

All are employed with the GEARUP program in Duval County
Public Schools as well to support the learning of middle school
students across Jacksonville that attend Duval County Public
Schools.  The ADAS training builds the knowledge necessary to
inspire students in middle and high school to see where they
can fit in and take advantage of new career opportunities that
are in demand.

Youth, teen, and young adults should understand that with new
technologies are new opportunities to earn high salaries and
stability in growing economically, educationally and socially.
More information can be found https://fscj.edu/

 

William and Aida Jackson Black Business Olympics 2022

 

Black Business Olympics Expo 2022
https://blackbusinessexpousa.com/
The pandemic has devastated thousands of Black businesses across
the nation and set many families on a course of either bankruptcy or
potential shattered lives of financial ruin. The traditional way to run
a business needs to end and brining in digital technologies.

During times of economic changes, downturns, disruptions Black
businesses are hit the hardest. The Black Business Olympics Expo
was designed to promote and support Black Businesses globally.
In support for the growth and expansion of Black businesses
across the nation missions like this are needed and supported.

The Black Business Expo USA was created by Dr. Eric Kelly III,
he created one of the largest business showcases in the history
of Black America.

The Black Business Expo USA Olympics highlights businesses of
many types that are involved on a local, national and global scales.
The husband-and-wife businesses of William Jackson (My Quest
To Teach) and Aida Correa Jackson (Love Built Life, LLC) have been
selected and honored for their works in education, STEAM, and
digital metaverse (NFT) development.

William and Aida will be showcased on the YouTube Channel
“Black Business Olympics, Spring 2022 Edition” along with over
100 other Black business owners in a 7 day, 24hour event.
The Expo USA kick-off event attracts over 250,000 viewers
nationally and several million globally. The Black Business Expo
USA goal is to give laptop and desktop computers, and scholarships
to students graduating from high school that plan to go to college
https://blackbusinessexpousa.com/

William and Aida have taught across the nation and the continent of
Africa virtually and digital conferences located on Clubhouse, virtually
and digitally. They have spoken at WordCamp conferences in both
platforms which have been influenced by the pandemic. They have
“pivoted” to each in-person, virtually and digitally. This is what is
represented in this digital age for Black businesses.

Following their Brands of My Quest To Teach and Love Built
Live, LLC, respectively #myquesttoteach & #lovebuiltlife represents
how broad and engaging technology can be.  They have transitioned from teaching STEM and STEAM to incorporating Science Technology Reading Engineering Arts Math Metaverse to build youth, teens and young adults, preparing them for future careers, which many are not even created yet.

Black Business Expo + Black Multiverse support the expansion and
elevation of Black Business of many sizes and the entrepreneurial
journeys of youth, teens and young adults.
https://advance.blackmultiverse.io/events/black-multiverse-proudly-supports-the-black-business-olympics-july-2022

Building Sustainability In Authentic Content Creation for Africans

Building Sustainability In Authentic Content Creation for Africans
William Jackson, M.Ed. – My Quest To Teach

1. Understand that authentic content is more important than
quantity of blasting of information. Anyone can quote statistics
and data, but how do you apply that information to real world
experiences?
2. Video blogging maybe the tech trend for awhile, understanding
how to strategically apply it is valuable in promoting and
marketing your Brand.
3. Be adaptable in applying tools and using digital platforms in
providing resources and services. Flexibility in your ability to
be of service is important.
4. Content will always be King, but engagement is always Queen.
5. Don’t trust your Brand just to SEO, at some point you and
your business have to get out and meet people and talk to them.
6. Content must inspire mental agility and cognitive engagement.
Inviting the viewers and readers to contemplate, consider and
then consecrate by applying information to their lives.
7. Many times it is better to collaborate with others and not
compete.
8. Do not fool with foolish people that distract you from
creating authentic content. You cannot follow trends that only
last for minutes or hours.
9. Your content should always contain your passion, it is
representative of who you are and the direction you are
going with your Brand.
10. Have a scalable mission and vision statement. There should
be the ability to grow and adapt.
11. Be cautious of new technologies, not all tech will enhance
your Brand nor Market you in the right direction.
12. Embrace the diversity of life experiences and people.
Use each to add value to your content through relationship building.
13. Volunteer, teach and mentor; make yourself accessible to
share your knowledge to youth, teens and young adults.
14. Have defined goals related to your content creation.
15. Create content with a goal in mind.

16. Take advantage of networking, have business cards ready
and your “elevator pitch” memorized with zeal and enthusiasm.
17. Your content will not be successful on all platforms,
conduct a Social Media audit. Make sure understand your digital
analytics.
18. Your Brand should be the same across multiple platforms with
the same colors, font, graphics and videos have the same feel
and inspiration.
19. Understand the dynamics of your readers, viewers and engagers.
You are influencing them more than you know.
20. Check out your competition and see the changes they make to
adjust to the fluxuation in markets and trends.
21. As a content creator you should have the mindset of a life-long
learner. Knowledge is not powerful unless applied correctly.
22. Integration of digital tools is strategically planned. New
technology, new ideology, new widgets all need strategic ways to
integrate into your content development.
21. Understand the vision of yourself, “never have a grasshopper
mentality.” Minister Thoran Brown – Westside Church of Christ,
Jacksonville, Florida
22. If developing a team make sure they all share and embrace
your vision, mission and passion. It only takes one to cause
confusion and lower your passions.
23. Choose a digital host that will work with you, has wonderful
customer service and knows how to problem solve. Good hosting
services will send you a card on your birthday and traditional
holidays.
24. See the value of thought leadership. Everyone cannot lead
intellectually.
25. Everyone on your team should understand their accountability
and responsibility as content creators and their influence.

26. Be engaged in community activism, community service and
volunteering.
27. Don’t put down and demean youth, teens and young adults
mentality and ability to work. You maybe put in the position
of managing people with a disability or challenged in some way.
28. Make sure accessing your content is assessable compliant.
Think about the visually, auditory and cognitively challenged.
They have a right to learn from you and you should feel some
form of accountability and responsibility to help disabled
people.
29. Offer internships when possible, summer jobs and invest
in schools.
30. Be sure all your photos and videos represent your Brand
and your Mission statement.

Building Sustainability In Authentic Content Creation for Africans

Building Sustainability In Authentic Content Creation for Africans
William Jackson, M.Ed. – My Quest To Teach

1. Understand that authentic content is more important than
quantity of blasting of information. Anyone can quote statistics
and data, but how do you apply that information to real world
experiences?
2. Video blogging maybe the tech trend for awhile, understanding
how to strategically apply it is valuable in promoting and
marketing your Brand.
3. Be adaptable in applying tools and using digital platforms in
providing resources and services. Flexibility in your ability to
be of service is important.
4. Content will always be King, but engagement is always Queen.
5. Don’t trust your Brand just to SEO, at some point you and
your business have to get out and meet people and talk to them.
6. Content must inspire mental agility and cognitive engagement.
Inviting the viewers and readers to contemplate, consider and
then consecrate by applying information to their lives.
7. Many times it is better to collaborate with others and not
compete.
8. Do not fool with foolish people that distract you from
creating authentic content. You cannot follow trends that only
last for minutes or hours.
9. Your content should always contain your passion, it is
representative of who you are and the direction you are
going with your Brand.
10. Have a scalable mission and vision statement. There should
be the ability to grow and adapt.
11. Be cautious of new technologies, not all tech will enhance
your Brand nor Market you in the right direction.
12. Embrace the diversity of life experiences and people.
Use each to add value to your content through relationship building.
13. Volunteer, teach and mentor; make yourself accessible to
share your knowledge to youth, teens and young adults.
14. Have defined goals related to your content creation.
15. Create content with a goal in mind.

16. Take advantage of networking, have business cards ready
and your “elevator pitch” memorized with zeal and enthusiasm.
17. Your content will not be successful on all platforms,
conduct a Social Media audit. Make sure understand your digital
analytics.
18. Your Brand should be the same across multiple platforms with
the same colors, font, graphics and videos have the same feel
and inspiration.
19. Understand the dynamics of your readers, viewers and engagers.
You are influencing them more than you know.
20. Check out your competition and see the changes they make to
adjust to the fluxuation in markets and trends.
21. As a content creator you should have the mindset of a life-long
learner. Knowledge is not powerful unless applied correctly.
22. Integration of digital tools is strategically planned. New
technology, new ideology, new widgets all need strategic ways to
integrate into your content development.
21. Understand the vision of yourself, “never have a grasshopper
mentality.” Minister Thoran Brown – Westside Church of Christ,
Jacksonville, Florida
22. If developing a team make sure they all share and embrace
your vision, mission and passion. It only takes one to cause
confusion and lower your passions.
23. Choose a digital host that will work with you, has wonderful
customer service and knows how to problem solve. Good hosting
services will send you a card on your birthday and traditional
holidays.
24. See the value of thought leadership. Everyone cannot lead
intellectually.
25. Everyone on your team should understand their accountability
and responsibility as content creators and their influence.

26. Be engaged in community activism, community service and
volunteering.
27. Don’t put down and demean youth, teens and young adults
mentality and ability to work. You maybe put in the position
of managing people with a disability or challenged in some way.
28. Make sure accessing your content is assessable compliant.
Think about the visually, auditory and cognitively challenged.
They have a right to learn from you and you should feel some
form of accountability and responsibility to help disabled
people.
29. Offer internships when possible, summer jobs and invest
in schools.
30. Be sure all your photos and videos represent your Brand
and your Mission statement.