Tag Archive for: career planning

AI is making networking and social skills more critical. Are your students prepared?

By Robert Markle, Reprinted from SmartBrief In an AI-driven future, social skills aren’t just a plus; they’re a prerequisite. Between 1980 and 2012, jobs requiring social skills surged by almost 12%, while their less social counterparts dwindled by 3.3%. By 2030, demand for social skills is projected to skyrocket 26% across all industries. But social […]

[Webinar] Career Readiness Resources for Youth Serving Programs

Date: July 22, 2021, 1:00 PM EST In this upcoming MENTOR webinar, American Student Assistance (ASA) will share free tools and resources that organizations can use to help youths with career exploration. They will also talk about which tools and resources discussed during this event that mentoring pairs are using.  This webinar will have live […]

Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Navient partner to bring career and college planning resources to support equity for youth in under-resourced communities

Featured Article by the Navient Corporation,  The Boys & Girls Clubs of American recently announced its partnership with Navient (Nasdaq: NAVI), an education loan management and business processing solutions organization, to launch a community-based educational program that will help marginalized youth plan their academic & career journeys.  To access the resource, please click here.