Lining Up Students with Careers That Actually Fit Their Education

 

3 Key Points:

  1. The YouScience South Carolina’s Denmark Technical College partnership will give students opportunity to learn about other career opportunities
  2. It will all students to make more informed decisions about their majors and potential future career
  3. YouScience uses psychometrically valid exercises to help uncover students natural aptitudes to use towards creating a personalized view of their potential best fit careers

Commentary:

YouScience a career guidance tool that helps students find aptitudes and potential career fits has plans to help even more students after their announcement of their partnership with South Carolina’s Denmark Technical College. The partnership between YouScience and the Historically Black College is set to support nearly 500 students. We talked with Denmark Tech President and CEO Dr. Willie L. Todd Jr. about how he believes the partnership can open new doors and opportunities for students. We also spoke with YouScience CEO Edson Barton about the science beyond YouScience and how it pairs students with potential careers.

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