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icon critical-thinking-problem-solving Job Readiness & Employability skills 

Fall 2021 Section # for Job Readiness Program:

  • VOCED 96CE - 23245
  • VOCED 097CE - 23290
  • VOCED 098CE - 23247 

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Resume and Materials

When applying for a job or internship, employers usually require an assortment of written materials such as:

Cover Letter

A brief letter that introduces you and your resumes and explains why you are a good fit for an opportunity.

Resume/CV
A concise summary of your education, experience, skills and accomplishments.

References
A list of 3-5 people you have worked with who can attest to your work performance, time management, punctuality, professionalism and ability to do the work.

Writing sample
A good example of your writing skills that demonstrates you have the necessary writing (and often research skills) to complete required tasks of the position you seek.

Portfolio
A collection of your best work. Common when applying for creative positions.

 

These are marketing documents that, if designed well, can promote you for an interview. They identify what skills, education, and experience you offer to an employer. Use the advice and resources offered on these pages to help put your best foot forward.


Job Readiness Program

This accelerated job readiness program prepares students with the essential skills to effectively gain and maintain employment. After completion students will receive a certificate. 

 

Topics Include

 

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21st Century Employability Skills Program & Digital Badges 

This free noncredit program consists of ten 21st Century top skills identified by the New World of Work (NWoW) initiative, where you can obtain a total of five certificates and ten academic badges. These short classes are offered online:

  • Adaptability
  • Analysis/solution mindset
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Digital fluency
  • Entrepreneurial mindset
  • Empathy
  • Resilience
  • Self-awareness
  • Social/diversity awareness

The 21st Century Skills Digital Badging project is a collaboration between the Foundation for California Community Colleges and the New World of Work (NWoW) initiative, which works to establish California Community Colleges as essential catalysts for expanding the state’s workforce and closing the skills gap. The badges are based on employer-driven essential 21st Century Employability Skills identified by New World of Work:

Academic badges from the New World of Work

Space is limited, to ENROLL in this program,  contact us!