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Making a wide range of experiences prepares people better for the future, especially in today’s uncertainty world. The broad education that the co-curriculum can provide is better preparation for live in a society where an individual may change career several times in their life. Students must therefore have a fundamental grasp of multiple skills. For instance, athletes who had their career cut short due by mishaps might venture into business, having has co-curricular experience of entrepreneurship as part of their education. Speech and debate clubs might give a doctor or engineer the communication skills to move into broadcasting, teaching, or even politics. Placing more emphasis on the co-curriculum thus ensures a variety of possibilities for young people to choose from instead of being side lined.