At one point in time, student success could be defined as simply keeping students in school. Today, that definition has broadened to include not only getting students in the door, but graduating and successfully preparing them for the workforce.
In this white paper, we dive into:
- the definition of career readiness and how it relates to student success
- the top four soft skills employers are looking for (communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity)
- strategies for helping your students learn these skills
- how to align institutional standards with the high expectations of employers