Podcast: Students Speak Out: Why Career Readiness Skills are Critical to Learn in College
In this third episode of the Career Readiness Modules podcast series, we hear from two Minnesota State technology students.
Rose Dillon, a computer science major at Metropolitan State University, and Molly Clabots, a software development student from Minneapolis College, talk about why they and their peers feel that learning teamwork, communications, and leadership skills in their college courses is essential in preparing them for the working world.
Click the following link to begin streaming the podcast on your desktop or mobile device: Career Readiness Podcast – Episode 3.
To learn more about the Modules and request a copy of the Modules, visit www.mnstateitcoe.org/career-readiness-curriculum. And, be on the lookout for future podcast postings, which will include conversations with Minnesota State students who have been involved in the launch of the modules and badges at their campuses.