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Published on Feb 8, 2016
This webinar features Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce Director Anthony P. Carnevale, Chief Economist Nicole Smith, and counselor/moderator Jennifer Landis-Santos. The discussion focuses on the important knowledge, skills, and abilities that students should develop to help with their job searches. While most people already have these competencies, they do not know how to articulate them on their resumes and portfolios. The presentation features 15 minutes of audience Q&A addressing questions such as:
-As counselors, what types of hands-on learning experiences should we encourage our students to participate in to assist them with enhancing their value to employers?
-Do some of the desired competencies, especially subject matter mastery, vary by industry and/or functional role within a company?
-I would love to hear how applicants ages 18-22 might address these areas that are so important to the manufacturer?
-How can regional accreditors ensure that universities/colleges are meeting the workplace requirements of certain competencies/skills?