Helping Students Develop Career Readiness Skills
Critical thinking, adaptability, resilience, and innovation are just some of the necessary skills students need to succeed in college or their career. Unfortunately, many students aren't develop them today. What if there was a straightforward way to teach students resilience, problem-solving, and other career readiness skills? That's why we used the research conducted by the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium to design one of the Habitudes courses - Habitudes for Career Ready Students - to be used as a college and career readiness course.
Practical Lesson Plans
The Habitudes college and career readiness program, along with our career readiness lesson plans, uses image-based learning to help teachers engage with students. Each Habitude image introduces young adults to powerful leadership principles rooted in real life, sparking conversations with facilitators that lead to memorable experiences. These unique and transformative encounters are a part of an ongoing process that builds the leadership habits and attitudes that graduating students need for life beyond high school.
Habitudes for Career Ready Students helps teach students how to:
- Observe through challenges and think critically to solve them
- Identify and harness their strengths
- Work on a team with diverse personalities
- And many more career readiness skills
Habitudes Case Study:
Nebraska Department of Education
Watch how the Habitudes Career Readiness program has helped prepare students throughout the state of Nebraska.
What's Included in Habitudes
Our college and career readiness curriculum includes access to the following resources:
Flexible Lesson Plans
Group Learning Activities
Results Schools Have Seen While Using Habitudes
The following results have been reported by schools who have used Habitudes:
300% Increase in Student Leadership Team
45% increase in community service hours per students
400% increase in student-initiated clubs
11% decrease in disciplinary incidents
60% decrease in fights