Generation Thailand

Generation was launched by McKinsey & Company to close the education-to-employment gap for young people, and has now become a separate entity. Our vision is to enable a meaningful career and sustained well-being for every person, anywhere in the world. Generation operates in 17 countries and has had more than 71,000 learners and worked with over 9,800 employers. Generation Thailand was launched in 2021 in Thailand, we are currently collaborating with the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (MHESI) and Microsoft Philanthropies to train and place 350 needful individuals into technology (225) and healthcare (125) roles over 24 months. In addition, our goal is to engage with local Training Partners and Delivering Partners, including universities, to adopt Generation’s methodology.

Organisation Representative

Endorsers that Generation Thailand partner with


Microsoft Operations Ltd.

Aavishkaar Capital is the equity arm of The Aavishkaar Group which manages in excess of US$1 billion in AUM across equity and credit. The Group’s shareholders include TIAA-Nuveen, Shell Foundation, Triodos Bank and Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank.

Microsoft Operations Ltd.

Microsoft Corporation is a multinational technology company and one of the leading giants in the software industry. Microsoft has focused on developing and providing a wide range of software products, services, and solutions for personal computing, enterprise use, and cloud computing. Some of its most well-known products include the Windows operating system, Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), and the web browser, Internet Explorer (now replaced by Microsoft Edge).

On-going/Past projects

Generation Thailand: Transforming Education-to-Employment Systems in Thailand

By Generation Thailand

Transforming education-to-employment systems to prepare, place, and support people into life-changing careers that would otherwise be inaccessible. We support unemployed and underemployed individuals.

Education, Employability, Gender