There are a million paths to success. No matter how you get there, though, certain things are indispensable. We call these the Essential Skills. And you can draw on them your whole life, no matter where you decide to go. These core competencies - Goal Setting, Teamwork, Leadership, Agility, Perseverance, and Networking - are needed to help our young people succeed in a world of disruptive change - a world like the one we are living in today. Through an understanding and mastery of these skills, students are prepared for college, career, and beyond.
What are the Essential Skills and why are they important?
How can students develop the Essential Skills?
How will the Essential Skills help students become college and career ready?
Success comes in many forms, but certain abilities will help you get there
The Essential Skills are timeless and transferable
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