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What Counselors Should Know about 21st Century Competencies

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In this webinar, we discuss the skills and competencies employers value the most in the 21st century.

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What Counselors Should Know about 21st Century Competencies

  1. What Counselors Should Know about 21st Century Competencies February  3,  2016   2:00  pm  ET   #CEWEquity  #counselors   #collegeaccess        #schoolcounselors      #NCSW16   #competencies      #scchat       Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Employers Want Helping students think of how to prepare for their futures
  2. Center  on  Educa-on  and  the  Workforce   Presenters   Anthony  Carnevale     Founder  &  Director   Nicole  Smith     Chief  Economist   Jennifer  Landis-­‐Santos   Counselor   Webinar  Moderator  
  3. Webinar  Agenda   The  webinar  is  being  recorded  and  will  be  posted  on  our  website   1)  Why  the  economy  has  shiCed  from  requiring  high   school  to  postsecondary  training  (10  minutes)     2)  Employers’  most  valued  skills  and  knowledge   factors  for  today  (5  minutes)     3)  Keywords  for  resumes  and  cover  lePers  (5  minutes)     4)  Answering  live  audience  quesRons  (20  -­‐  30  minutes)  
  4. 1.  Productivity improvements that allow a shift from goods to more education intensive services 2.  Upskilling due to the production of new kinds of value 3.  New education intensive production recipes to achieve new kinds of value in every industry 4.  New information technology automates repetitive tasks and leaves non- repetitive tasks to workers 5.  New organizational networks for production and service delivery WORKFORCE  DEVELOPMENT   Reasons  the  U.S.  economy  has  shiGed  from  an   industrial  economy  (driven  by  high  school)  to  a  service   economy  (driven  by  postsecondary)  in  recent  years:  
  5.   Today’s  jobs  use  a  variety  of  cogniRve  and  non-­‐cogniRve  skills  at   various  degrees  of  intensity     Interconnec-vity  of  various   competencies  (cogni-ve   and  non-­‐cogni-ve)  is   required  for  success  in  the   workforce.    
  6. Mechanical  skills  and  those  requiring  physical  prowess  have  declined    as  a   requirement  for  success  in  occupa-ons  over  the  last  150  years    
  7. The  use  of  analy-cal  and  informa-on  processing  skills  in  occupa-ons     has  increased  drama-cally  over  the  last  150  years    
  8. Business,  management,  and  informa-on  technology  are  the  most   important  knowledge  factors  across  occupa-ons  today.  
  9. Analy-cal  and  social  skills  are  highly  valued  throughout  the   workforce.  
  10. Intellectual  ability  is  more  highly  valued  throughout  the  economy   than  physical  and  mechanical  abili-es.  
  11. Cogni-ve  abili-es  have  increased,  though  some  -­‐  like  oral   comprehension  and  oral  expression  -­‐  more  than  others.  
  12. Counselors  hold  a  unique  and   important  role  in  helping  students   understand  their  career  pathways.  
  13.             Frequently  Requested  Skills  by  Employers  From  Online  Job  Pos-ngs   Key  job  terms   cew.georgetown.edu/competencies-­‐handout  
  14. Live  Ques-ons  and  Answers   #CEWEquity          #counselors          #collegeaccess      #schoolcounselors      #competencies            #scchat          #NCSW16   Please  fill  out  a  brief  survey:   hPps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GN8QLMY     The webinar is being recorded and can later be found on our website: http://cew.georgetown.edu
  15. DATA  SOURCES   1.  Center  on  EducaRon  and  the  Workforce’s  Analysis  of  U.S.  Department  of  Labor’s   O*NET  database  (17.0  and  20.1)     2.  Center  on  EducaRon  and  the  Workforce’s  Analysis  of  Historical  Census  Data   (American  Community  Survey  2010  -­‐  2012  pooled  data)   3.  Center  on  EducaRon  and  the  Workforce’s  Analysis  of  Burning  Glass  Technologies   online  job  posRngs  data  (2012)   4.  Center  on  EducaRon  and  the  Workforce’s  Analysis  of  Burning  Glass  Technologies   online  job  posRngs  data  (2013)  
  16. For  more  informa-on:   Visit: cew.georgetown.edu/cew-reports/equity/ Email Us | cewgeorgetown@georgetown.edu Follow Us on Twitter | @GeorgetownCEW Find Us on Facebook | Facebook.com/GeorgetownCEW Follow Us on LinkedIn | linkedin.com/company/georgetowncew

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