Giving the Gift of Life Skills
Emerging from the social limitations, restrictions, and increased isolation associated with the coronavirus pandemic has revealed an increased need for soft skills development.
Educators in the field understand the urgent importance of soft skills development in all sorts of basic education settings. This year’s drawing prize entries come from 45 different states, from service providers working with all ages, in settings ranging from after school programs, alternative and special programs, adult and community education, juvenile and adult correctional education, school counseling, career counseling, drug abuse counseling, vocational rehabilitation, special education, and human resources.
Drawing Prize Participant’s Comments
Soft skills development is a beneficial objective in any education or training setting. If you need effective, adaptable, affordable resources for soft skills development in your program, learn more about our Life Skills 25 curriculum now.