Soft Skills – Being Professional

If you are a student at King’s College it is likely that you want a higher education that will provide you with the knowledge and skills to compete in today’s labor market.  You chose King’s because we deliver what we advertise, such as an intense course of study to accelerate your program and job placement upon completion.  One soft skill in particular that may help your career the most is professionalism.  Most people know they should be professional in the work place, but what about being professional at school?  Do we all have the same idea of what professional is?  A suit and tie can’t do it alone – being professional starts in your mind and in the perception of others.  Check out more soft skills at U.S. Department of Labor:  www.dol.gov/odep/topics/youth/softskills/softskills.pdf

 

 

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One thought on “Soft Skills – Being Professional

  1. Sedoni Sullivan

    Since attending King’s, professionalism is by far a significant part of my program and I’m greatful to be taught these skills.

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