As we head into the year 2020, the demand for new jobs has risen and so has the demand to grow our economy.
But, there is a serious lack of the skills needed to become a successful entrepreneur in the new gig economy.
That is where the glute and hamstring developers come in.
I worked with my colleague and friend, Chris, to design a curriculum that could help students achieve the skills they need to become more successful in the gig economy and earn their next paycheck.
The curriculum we developed has already helped some students earn a living wage and are helping thousands more.
Here is how the program worked: We took the best ideas from the industry, like the GluteHam curriculum, and brought them into our own curricula.
We asked students to come up with a new curriculum based on what they’ve learned, what they want to do in the future, and the challenges they face in their lives.
We gave them a framework to think about what they needed to do to achieve success.
Students worked on projects, made new friends, and learned new skills that would help them make a living as a software engineer, video producer, or other creative talent.
The first project students created for the curriculum was a game that they called GluteJam.
Glute Jam is a fun and engaging game that lets students learn the basics of glute control and glute hamstring development.
They can build a leg-drive-based platformer using basic glute muscle and the GlutenHam curriculum.
Students also developed an app that helps users connect to a GlutenHamp app that provides information about their health and nutrition.
This app is called GlutenJam, and you can find it here.
The next project students built was a video series called Glutinauts.
This series of videos is based on the curriculum.
They teach students about the glutes and hamstring, and they can connect to other people in the community who share their experience of being an out-of-work programmer or musician.
This is the first time we have ever seen students working on this project together.
After completing GlutInauts, students received a $1,000 grant from the U.S. Treasury to start their Gluten-Ham curriculum at the end of their senior year.
In the following years, we will continue to add projects to this curriculum, but for now, you can check out a video about the GlutHam program at the link below.
We are excited to be partnering with the Glutes & Hamstrings Association of America (GHSAA) to bring Gluten Ham to schools and classrooms in the U