About FutureMe Online

We’re proud to introduce FutureMe Online.

Learners use it to build professional CVs, develop personal brands, engage with quirky work readiness content, and browse real opportunities for career development.

Educators rely on it as a framework for innovative career and life guidance lessons.

Organisations use it to communicate their purpose, values, and employer brand with tomorrow’s workforce. FutureMe Online empowers organisations to contribute to the development of work readiness skills from high school through to employment. It helps them build meaningful relationships with their talent pools.

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A. Learner, Rhodes High School

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H.R. Manager, FutureTech

Support

FutureMe Online is the fastest way to get from zero to career hero. It’s a lean, mean, cv-building machine that’s intuitive and easy to use. No instructions necessary — just create an account, buckle up, and start your engine.

If you need a driving instructor, watch this video.

If you break down, run out of petrol, or crash and burst into flames, send an email to support@futureme.org.za.

Frequently Asked Questions

Did you know that the first ever computer bug was discovered by computer scientist, Grace Hopper in 1947? The computer she was using was 16 metres long and 2.4 metres high, so it took her a long time to figure out that a moth — an actual bug — was the cause of the problem. She sellotaped the insect into her diary, which you can read if you ever visit the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington D.C.

Before we start looking for bugs, please check if there’s a solution to your problem on this list of frequently asked support questions:

How do I reset my password?

  • Click Forgot Password and follow the instructions. You will receive an email with a link to reset your password.
  • If you don’t receive a password reset email, check spam and make sure you are signed into the same email address you used to create your FutureMe Online account.
  • If you still don’t receive a password reset email, send a description and a screenshot of your problem to support@futureme.org.za or 072 122 6823 (WhatsApp).

Can I create an account or sign in with my Google or Facebook account?

  • Nope. Sign up and log in with your email address (username) and password for now.

Why can’t I download my CV?

  • You can only download your CV after you complete these parts of your FutureMe Online profile:
    • Snapshot of Me
    • My Values
    • My Strengths
    • My Purpose
    • 2 x Skills
    • Education (most recent year)
    • High school results (most recent)
    • 1 x Achievement
    • 1 x Network contact
  • If you have completed your profile and you still can’t download your CV, send a description and a screenshot of your problem to support@futureme.org.za or 072 122 6823 (WhatsApp).

I can’t sign in because my username does not exist. What now?

  • Your username is the email address you used to create your account.
  • First, retype your email address and try again.
  • If you are typing your email address correctly and you receive the same error message, try creating your account again.
  • If you receive the error message, “This email address has already been registered,” reset your password by clicking Forgot Password. Follow the instructions.
  • If you do not receive a password reset email or you still can’t sign in to your account, send a description and a screenshot of your problem to support@futureme.org.za or 072 122 6823 (WhatsApp).

I can’t create an account because my email address has already been registered. What now?

  • If your email address has already been registered, it has already been used to create a FutureMe Online account (who did it … a parent? Your teacher? The FBI?)
  • First, try signing into your account with your email address and password.
  • If someone else created your account or you can’t remember your password, reset your sign in details by clicking Forgot Password. Follow the instructions.
  • If you do not receive a password reset email or you still can’t sign in to your account, send a description and a screenshot of your problem to support@futureme.org.za or 072 122 6823 (WhatsApp).

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