Strategies to Capitalize on Your Leadership Skills and Experiences That Will Assist You In Securing Your First Job!
Workforce development conflicts, as it relates to post-secondary institutions ability to adequately prepare students prior to graduation, has become a topic of national conversation. College readiness is the combination of skills, knowledge and habits of the mind that is necessary to fully participate in collegiate level courses. These learned skills will be used to enhance workforce preparedness. According to the Association of American Colleges and Universities (2013), and a recent study that they conducted regarding employers’ views of student learning in college, employers seek graduates who have broad knowledge and skills that emphasize crosscutting outcomes and are able to think critically and creatively to solve problems. This session will allow students to realize that student leadership is not just something to add to their resume, but allow them to communicate the experiences as valuable skills for the future of the workforce.