According to recent ASA research, less than half of teens feel confident that they are good at the 18 SEL, durable and leadership skills needed to thrive in the workplace. Meanwhile, only 76% say they are actively working on improving four or more skills. So, how can we help? Get the topline findings of ASA's research on teen's perceptions of skills and see demos of ASA free suite of digital experiences, including Futurescape, Next Voice, and EvolveMe, that meet 12 million kids where they are (on their smartphones and tablets) and changing the way kids learn about careers.
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- Attendees will learn about teens’ perceptions of the leadership and social emotional learning skills they have and need to improve.
- Attendees will learn about key findings of recent research on teens’ level of optimism and confidence about their future education and career paths.
- Attendees will learn how career planning tools help students make informed decisions about post high school pathways.
- Kaylee Johnson, Market Research Manager, American Student Assistance
- Lily Hanlon, Senior Product Manager, American Student Assistance
Kaylee Johnson, Market Research Manager, American Student Assistance
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