While some believe that workers either have or don’t have certain transferable skills, this author argues that transferable workplace skills can and should be taught explicitly.
This article summarizes key research and current thinking on how the future of work might look with increased automation and artificial intelligence.
SkillUp is a coalition of education and training nonprofits that provides an online repository of free self-paced career exploration resources.
Niagara College’s Work Integrated Learning is a collection of 30+ modules that build career exploration, job search, and workforce readiness skills.
Succeeding in the World of Work is a fully accessible e-book on workplace preparation designed for participants with visual impairments and other disabilities.
LinkedIn Learning is an online educational platform that provides training through video presentations from experts on how to develop business, technology, and creative skills.
The Work Readiness Tool from the Workforce Investment Act Youth Program is a checklist and rubric of foundational life skills needed for successful employment.
Upkey offers a virtual career readiness platform with gamified learning, virtual coaches and internships, and connections to industry professionals to prepare students for the world of work.
The International Youth Foundation (IYF) offers its Passport to Success life skills curricula worldwide in three formats, including in-person, blended learning, and mobile-friendly game-based platforms.
ISTE Standards are competencies for learning, teaching, and leadership in effective use of technology in education.
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