Colleges have long said they impart graduates with these and other soft skills. But employers frequently report that while job candidates and new hires may have college degrees, they don’t always have the needed interpersonal and related skills to operate in a modern workplace.
To explore what employers are seeking and what colleges can do to prepare graduates for modern workforce demands, The Chronicle held a virtual forum on May 27 to discuss solutions and resources colleges can use to close the skills gap.
Download the key takeaways from this virtual forum to learn how higher ed leaders are shifting traditional curriculum to fit a modern world and how they’re working directly with companies to expand student experience on these crucial skills.
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