The Transferable Skills Scale (TSS) is a self-scored employability assessment that helps people identify their transferable skills to assist in career exploration and job search.
The Department of Labor (DOL) Entrepreneurship Competency Model is a framework focused on fostering entrepreneurship skills, such as personal effectiveness, academics, and workplace skills, in young adults.
The Employability Skills Inventory (ESI) is a self-scored employability assessment that helps individuals identify their employability skills and skill gaps.
Skillbase curates free resources that help users explore careers and build top employability skills sought by employers.
21st Century Skills Micro-credentials builds essential skills through an online learning experience, available as a framework and materials or as ready-to-use courses with the option to earn competency badges.
Pepelwerk is an online database and mobile app that matches job seekers with employers and educators, based on skill sets that job seekers have or want to develop.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s educational site offers complete lesson plans to develop the employability and entrepreneurial skills that employers value.
Transforming Education offers evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) resources and tools that can be adapted to various educational settings.
Upwardly Global is a networking, resource, and skill-building hub that supports immigrants and refugees who want to
contribute vital skills to the professional U.S. workforce.
The Question Formulation Technique (QFT) helps learners create, work with, and use their own questions — building skills for lifelong learning, self-advocacy, and democratic action.
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