Students need training today for jobs of future

FUTURIST: Roey Tzezana, left, co-founder of Providence-based TeleBuddy, a robotics-services startup that operates telepresence robots worldwide, facilitates a discussion on careers of the future and technology with students. Rear, from left, Ayo Onajide, Ralph Waite, Richard Piccirillo and Juan Corona, during a “Future Forum” at Hope High School in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
FUTURIST: Roey Tzezana, left, co-founder of Providence-based TeleBuddy, a robotics-services startup that operates telepresence robots worldwide, facilitates a discussion on careers of the future and technology with students. Rear, from left, Ayo Onajide, Ralph Waite, Richard Piccirillo and Juan Corona, during a “Future Forum” at Hope High School in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
In the library at Providence’s Hope High School, a few dozen students and visiting peers from La Salle Academy clustered in groups of five and…

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